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Guest Designing @ CraftyJC Challenge!

Hey ya, how are you all? I know me and my blog have been quite for a while and I haven't been visiting your blogs either.  The reason is that I got sick and then lost my mojo on the way. Have been trying to get back into the grove but nothing has happened yet. Maybe soon. I am somehow just managing to complete my DT and GDT assignments and pending orders. I hope things get better soon :)

So today I am guest designing over at CraftyJC Challenge#11 - Pick your Palette where the challenge is to chose your color palette from the given three. Its fun, I am telling ya :)






For my inspiration card, I picked Palette#2, and came up with a clean and simple card.


 Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: PTI(Simple Sunflower); ink: Unity Stamp Co. (French Lilac), Pigment Ink(blue); embellishments: Pie Lane(Rainbow lustre gems), Mulberry Flowers 1.5 cm and mulberry leaves 

Super simple card and I love those mulberry flowers and leaves, they are so delicate and add so much dimension to the projects (they are available for purchase with me) .

I hope you feel inspired to play along with the challenge. Visit CraftyJC Challenge for all the details on how to play along.

I am linking this card for CMP#3 - Flowers.

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Wowww......soooo pretty flowers....nice card...

    Prasanthi
    http://creativecrafts-arts.blogspot.com/

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  2. Another beautiful card, its gorgeous !

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  3. Awwwwwww ... such an awesome card............ Loved the use of colors ..........

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  4. If this is what you do when your MOJO is missing I wonder what will you come up with when it is in full swing.Fab interpretation of the color pallette

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  5. Hopping over from craftyJC challenge... such a pretty card it is... those random dew drops are looking lovely!

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  6. Lovely Ujjwal! :)
    Hope you get well soon!

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  7. Gosh I love this, I just love ur style Ujjwal!

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  8. Such pretty flowers...love the cardstock used! The colors just pop...so pretty!

    Thanks for joining us in our FLOWER Challenege!

    If you are not following us already, please do, as it's a challenge must!

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  9. So pretty! love the CAS look.

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  10. Love it so very much.... Simply GORGEOUS!!! The Focal point compliments the white space so very well...... What do I say?????

    Ash.... :)

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  11. Goawwddd... I missed commenting on so many of your posts.. Sorry.. This is beautiful.. Love the mulberry flowers...!!

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