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Note Cards!

So finally tried to get back to crafting! My knee is still in pain and I am surviving on pain killers and trying to get as much rest as possible. Hopefully I will get well soon :)

I managed to make a set of 3 very simple note cards yesterday. Few days back when Emily shared this gift set of CAS cards, I was inspired and so I decided to make my own version. 


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Ippity by Unity Stamp Co. (Delightful Little Things, Fall for you); ink: Momento (lady bug), Unity Co. (Raw Sienna, french lilac);accents: Maya Road Chipboard (Brackets), Twine from The Twinery, Mists: Tattered Angels, Maya Road

I am playing along All things Unity Challenge#35 - Twine/Ribbon and  Simon Says...Anything Goes Challenge. I picked up the big sentiments from the Delightful little things set and made them as focal points and then used but misted chipboard pieces to add more interest.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. like? I love these cute little things! the shape looks great and adds that extra touch to these note cards! Fabulous job hun, hope you get better soon!

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  2. these are gorgeous!.. love the matching embellishments and inks!.. super super WOW! :D
    take care and get well really soon! :)
    hugs!

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  3. Fantastic shaped cards and I am curious who the recipient is....As usual brilliant creation Ujjwal

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  4. the designe of tiny cards are super and quotes written are fabulous
    ist time here and happy to follow u and u will also

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  5. This is gorgeous.... Love these.. get well soon...!!

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  6. very very pretty cards love the shape and twines.

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  7. these are superb CAS!! loved em!

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  8. Wow....Better than the ones you CASed !
    Get well soon !

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  9. Hey Ujjwal, too bad abt u knee injury, hope u feel better soon. These note cards are lovely, love the chipboard embellishments!

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  10. So sweet! Love how you colour-coordinated!!! :)

    P/s: Rest well...:)

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  11. Great stuff Ujjwal! Super idea and love the colors! :)
    Get well soon!

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  12. These are lovely! The baker's twine is yummy :)

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  13. Glad you are feeling better! Your cards are so pretty and just love the sentiments! Thanks for playing along with us at ATU!

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  14. OH MY!!! This is just entirely too cute. Thanks so much for playing with us over at All Things Unity.

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  15. This is such a beautiful CAS set, Ujjwal! Thank you for linking up to me. ;) I sure hope your knee is feeling much better soon!!

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  16. These are lovely Ujjwai. Love the way you threaded the twine :) Look after yourself and hopefully your knee comes right soon :)

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  17. Very cute note cards. Love it. Thanks so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Challenge

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  18. Simplicity at its best :) Get well soon!

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  19. I LOOOOOOOVE these! I am always wanting to go simple--and this is PERFECT! I LOVE the colors and the twine--you ROCKED this challenge:) THANKS so much for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at ATU!

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