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Thank you sew much!

Happy Monday! I have tons of things to do today so I am gonna keep this post very short. I wanted to participate in WCMD challenges at Lawn Fawn  and Lawnscaping Challenge blog and so just popping in to share a card I made to send to a very special friend who's been there with me all this while with unconditional love and support. I don't wanna reveal her name and spoil the surprise here :)



Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Lawn Fawn( Smitty's ABC, Sew Lovely); ink:Momento(Tuxedo Black);  embellishment: embroidery floss

I wanted to make her(my dear friend) a nice warm quilt reflecting the warmth in our friendship (look who's getting all mushy :D). So I put some strips of Echo Park papers together and did a bit of sewing.
The sentiment is a mix and match of 3 different sets from Lawn Fawn :)
Entering this in Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#70 - Your Favorite Style and mine is Clean & Simple (duh! as if I need to tell you :) )

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. wow.... this is really nice...

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  2. very nice ujjwal !! loved the way u created the spool

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  3. loved the way u have placed the ppś n sewing m/c

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  4. Bravo!!! What a piece! Very versatile & conveying so many thoughts about it.... I feel so proud we have you here with us in INDIA.... :D

    Ash... :)

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  5. You my friend are the queen of CAS! absolutely gorgeous work. I love that thread spool idea. Awesome.

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  6. Where do you get your simplicity from? You really make them look easy and come up with most elegant ones. Give one to me and I can spend the whole day thinking how to make one! LOL!!!

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  7. awe!! thsi is so so warm!! i superike ur idea and might wanna CASE it :)

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  8. wow this is amazing loved your idea,its brilliant!!

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  9. Now this one sure conveys loads n loads of warmth for sure !! Pretty !!

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  10. Awesome! Love the warm colours and the white space!

    What a great friendship you have with this friend! :)

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  11. :) :) yes, its warm! :D The orange thread makes this card stand out.. both on the reel & stitched..

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  12. I love the gorgeous warm colors of the cards..reflecting the warmth of the quilt...super gorgeous...
    hmmm orange CS....never liked it..might have to look it differently!!

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  13. What a cute card--your friend will love it! I am so excited about being able to work with you at PPRS! Your designs are fabulous and I can't wait to see what you'll create over the next year. ~Hugs, Cheryl

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  14. Oh I love this! Love the spool of thread at the top! SUPER CUTE IDEA! So glad you played along with us!

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  15. Super like it!!! Love ur ideas of making a thread spool and the quilt!... fabulous!

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  16. Awesome...very unique and brilliant....completely brilliant.OOzes warmth.Love the CS...Might order all the colours from you

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  17. What a super idea Ujjwal! :) Turned out brilliantly! Great card for a dear friend! :)

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  18. What an adorable card Ujjwal! Love the fun design and what a brilliant use for that sewing machine image. :)
    So looking forward to working with you on the PPRS design team. Congratulations to you!

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  19. what a clever idea! Love that and REAL stitching too!

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  20. This is great. SO clever and the stitching is super cute. Your friend will love this!

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  21. So absolutely creative, love the stitching and the spool on top of the sewing machine, so fun.

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  22. wow beautiful card... love that thread style..

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  23. "Sew" creative! ;)

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  24. a very chic card Ujjwal!!! looove the spool!!!

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  25. Very Very cute.. Love it... And well your friend's gonna feel the warmth all the way to the teeniest bone.. :-)

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  26. Super cute Ujjwal! Love the snippets of DPs sewn together!

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  27. Thank you so much for participating in our World Card Making Day Challenge! We just love this card! The spool on top of the sewing machine, the combo of stamps for the sentiment! Just perfect!

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