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Guest Designing for Imaginations!

As I said before, these days I am suffering from a lot of things all together.
- being sick
- weakness (just a better term for laziness :D)

- no mojo for crafting

and so I am only doing projects strictly for DT, GDT assignments and finishing up pending orders.

Anyways, today I am guest designing at Aditya's Blog Craft Zone.
He opened up an online book and craft store called Imginations a while back and is looking for Design Team members to promote the store. I was really delighted when he invited me over to design, but since I am already committed to a couple of design teams, I agreed to be a guest designer and making samples now and then if not on regular basis.  By the way, Design Team Call is still open for Imaginations, so you still have a chance to apply

So for my first sample today, I used the First Edition Paper's Love Letters Pattern Papers from Imaginations Store  to whip up a quick card.


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; pattern paper: First Edition Love Letter 6X6; embellisment: Echo Park Victoria Garden Sticker, mulberry flowers

I used different papers from the Love Letter paper pad and arranged  them in strips with width in ascending order from left to right. I wanted the papers to shine and so decided not to add much details on this one. For the sentiment, I used a sticker from the Echo Park Victoria Garden Collection and added some mulberry flowers to finish off the card.

I hope you will find time to visit the Craft Zone blog and the Imaginations store.

Thanks for visiting today! 

Comments

  1. Congrats!! Beautiful card!
    Hope you feel better soooooooooooon.
    Hugs~

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  2. hope u feel better soon Ujjwal.. Lovely card... :-)

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  3. Get well soon, Ujjwal. Love your card!! The pinks are pretty :)

    Hugs,
    Smita

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  4. Hope you feel better soon.Another fab card

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  5. LOVE it ...
    the colors are sooooo gorgeous ..
    super duper awesome card ..
    took my heart away <3 <3 <3..

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  6. Such a Lovely Card Ujjwal....
    Awesome color combo...

    Get well soon....
    Cheers from Taiwan

    Sathya

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  7. Very creative way to use up those pattern papers! :) I am soo case-ing this :))

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  8. That's a gr8 creation.... Simple, subtle yet GORGEOUS!!!!

    Wishing u a speedy recovery.... :D

    Ash... :)

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  9. looks lovely Ujjwal, love the colours. Get well soon *hugs*

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  10. Such a pretty card Ujjwal! Love the mix of patterns.

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  11. This is so beautiful Ujjwal. Wish you well.

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  12. No mojo and you made this stunning card? :P I love it! Congrats on the guest gig, Ujjwal!

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