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You are very special!

Thank you for your overwhelming response to my previous posts! Its good to know that I am being missed in the blog land :) But hopefully I am back now and won't disappear again.

Anyways, today I am guest designing at Aditya's Blog Craft Zone and Imaginations Store. There are lots on new items added in the store. Make sure you check out what's new.


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; pattern paper: First Edition Love Letter 6X6; embellisment: Prima Flowers, Pie Lane wooden Button; stamps: Hero Arts

I used the First Edition Paper's Love Letters Pattern Papers, mostly the small left over pieces from THIS card. The flower embellishment was assembled using a hand cut felt flower, some Prima flowers and a Pie Lane wooden button. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Simple and beautiful... Love it... You have a way with simple cards... :-)

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  2. such a lovely card, i love the way you have used the PP'S and those gorgeous prima flowers:)

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  3. Lovely....and i hope that you don't go missing again.Is that border handcut?beautiful as always

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  4. Beautiful card...super girl...nice to know you're slowly getting back on track!!

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  5. awesome use of the PPs!! welcome back girl!! U were really MISSED!!

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  6. Lovely card!! I especially like the sentiment stamp... big and clear. Very neat.

    As you can see, I am bloghopping instead of reading... hope you are doing good!! :)
    Hugs,

    Smita

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  7. Beautiful & Crisp Neat!!!

    Ash... :)

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  8. Thia is beautiful! I hope you are keeping well xxx

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  9. Very pretty Ujjwal, love the colors and patterns.

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  10. Gorgeous card, Ujjwal! I love how you combined so many patterns. They look fantastic together!

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