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Prickley Pear Release Blog Hop!

Welcome to Prickley Pear's release of new clear stamp sets and coordinated dies.
To celebrate this new release we are having a three day long Blog Party(Today being day 2) with loads of inspirations by the Design Team and a give away! One happy participant will win a $ 20 gift certificate to the web shop. All you have to do is leave a comment on each of the participating blogs and tell us what you think about the new release. Last day to enter is Monday 13th midnight EST. The winner will be drawn randomly at one of the participating blogs, one of the days and will be presented on the Prickley Pear Blog on Tuesday.
Here is the blog hop order for today!
Ujjwal(You are here)
If you missed yesterday's hop, here is the link to Day 1 blog hop. You still have time to leave comments and increase you chances at the prize.
 
I tried a new fold with the a beautiful set of new stamps for today's inspiration.
Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Prickley Pear(Mini Birds clear stamp set);inks:Momento(Tuxedo Black); Coloring Medium: Faber Castell Markers; pattern paper:Melissa Frances;
I love  that the images in this set are so detailedand so pretty :)

Please hop along to find some beautiful inspiration along the way and don't forget to leave comments for your chance to win!

Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. oh i love this new fold of card and your stamping and design are always so amazing ...i really love this concept ..its so beautiful and perfect for valentine's as well!!

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  2. What a fun fold!! Those little birds are just the cutest and I love the bright, fun colors you used! :)

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  3. Ooh, this is fabulous Ujjwal! Love, love your new fold and love how you've used this new mini birds set. The hanging branch inside is so sweet and colorful. LOVE!

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  4. Ohhhh this is darling. What a fun folding and love the stamps and die used!!! Gorgeous colroing of the flourish!!!

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  5. Loving those lil' birds! Such a happy card!!!
    audrey

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  6. your card is adorable...fun design! :)

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  7. What a sweet card, Ujjwal! I really like the different fold and the cute birds!

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  8. So cute!! I love the birds and pretty vine!!

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  9. Great card, the bird is so sweet...and the flower vine is just lovely-stunning colours.
    Jasmine
    alittledabofglue.blogspot

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  10. Oh my goodness, Love, love, love your card and such a fun way to wrap it up!!!

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  11. an awesome card with a cool folding idea!
    love the dp!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  12. Wow!!! Ujjwal, what a super cute card, those little birdies are adorable.

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  13. So love these little birdies! A really seet card!

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  14. Cute and adorable card as well as the design of the card
    ColleenB.

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  15. Very nice card! Love the birds!

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  17. birdhouses are such fun; and this card is delightful. Love how you gave the bird demension,
    makes it 'pop' This card would be a fun one to receive with the special folding

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  18. What a fantastic card! The colors are so bright and I love the frame look before you open the card.

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  19. Eeek, this is to sweet! Lovely and gorgeous! Perfect for valentine's!

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