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This is the third and the most admired card that I did for the Lily Pad Guest Design Post. You can find the supply list and the instructions to make this card HERE.

Its a 41/4 X41/4 mini and I am in love with it. It is based on the All Things Unity#40 - One Layer and Unity Monthly Challenge - leaves. Can you imagine I used 3 different Unity/Ippity Stamp set on this tiny card?


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I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. I am in love with this card! Excellent!:)

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  2. wow!! this is lovely!! Visited the Lily Pad Cards as well.. din know you have quit your job! I'll be jobless in a month or so from now n i'm dreading as to how will i adapt to no-work-situation!

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  3. Ujjwal!! This is an adorable card. I need to plan my visit to Pune soon so that I get you meet and learn from you :) Congrats for GD at Lily pad!

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  4. such a lovely unity card, congrats on your gd spot!

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  5. Very cute! I love cards w/music on it! :)

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  6. This is just beautiful. Love how you combined all the challenges. Thanks for playing along with us at ATU!

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  7. I love.. love.. this card.. is soooooooooo pretty!!

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  8. I missed this post too.. :-o... This is soo cute...

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