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Friends Forever!

Here is one of my favorite cards (I know I haven't been able to capture its beauty in the photograph, all thanks to the non-stop rain and gloomy weather). Anyhoo, I loved the technique of dry brushing on Make it Monday feature at PTI blog and immediately wanted to give it a try.

 
Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: PTI(Friends 'till the end), Skipping Stones(Grunge), American Crafts; ink: Momento (Tuxedo Black), colorbox pigment ink (white);  Embellishments: White pearls(Itsy Bitsy); embossing: Ranger's (SeaFoam White); Pattern Paper: My Mind's Eye(Stella)

I am obsessed with my only PTI set Friends 'till the end (I guess you all know that by now :D). It's simply gorgeous and worth all the money spent on it. I loved the dreamy effect that the dry brushing technique created and the Grunge background from Skipping Stones set was a perfect addition. I have heat embossed the flower in white and then cute them out and layered for dimension.

And before I go, I want to give a shout out for Paper And Such Designs. They have recently started with clear stamps and have already been through one fabulous release. They are giving away 2 yet to be released sets on their blog and I am sure they are gonna be as fabulous as the last release. Click HERE to read about how to enter the giveaway.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. oh !dats a fab one !!the dry brushing technique really has given a lovely effect !!

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  2. So lovely! LOoks like a lot of work!

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  3. LOVE the fab background! You are right, it doesnt show off well in pictures. I did this on my recent case study card and there is one more project in pipeline... but both of them pictured horribly... washed out type. But here I can see all the work done and it looks fabulous!

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  4. very pretty bloom... complimenting well with the background and a good try on dry brushing...


    Lots of love,
    Priya

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  5. Beautiful...I know you love the new set...how about saving for another one? hehe!! I need so many that I can't stop dreaming and planning for my next purchase..God knows when!!!
    Fabulous card girl..love how awesome you make things look!!

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  6. Oh so lovely Ujjwal! Looks very soft and pretty! :) Enjoy your PTI set!

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  7. Oh my you've made a beautiful background for an elegant card!

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  8. The dry brushing on this is perfect! Well done, it is a lovely card :)

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  9. fabbie card!.. love the technique and the bright papers!.. and the stamp set of course!:D

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  10. The background's amazing!! Lovely card.

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  11. This is gorgeous, Ujjwal and the background is really amazing. I think you've totally sold me on that Skipping Stones set!

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  12. Hey Ujjwal! Thanks again for linking up to the Fanatical About Botanical challenge in the Moxie Fab World! :)

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