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Never let anyone dull your SPARKLE!

Hey there, how was the weekend! Mine was fun and tiring at the same time. Today is the day I plan on spending taking care of my blog. I have been working on so many projects with tight deadlines in the past few weeks that I never got time to share them here with you. So all I am gonna do today is, schedule posts :)

Here is a frame I did for my bloggy pal Tejal (I had been procrastinating sending her B'day gift for ages and I wanted to make up for it somehow :))





Lots of handmade and mulberry flowers and leaves and I had to include butterflies for her {of course}. I think the quotation is so apt for her too :)

Entering this for Crafters Corner Challenge#4 - Anything but a card or LO

See you soon again :)

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  1. Super pretty frame! loved the embossed butterfly and the handmade flowers :)

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  2. This is super gorgeous Ujjwal. Such a bright and cheery frame.

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  3. Very cheerful frame and its amazing that how you made even Brown look cheerful

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  4. It's a lovely frame! Love the sentiment and I'm literally mesmerised by the butterfly. Looking forward to your upcoming posts. I'm a big fan of your work.
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  5. The embossing on the butterfly is gorgeous
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  6. Love the details especially embossed butterfly and ur signature flowers, Ujjwal!!!

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  7. What a gorgeous Frame Ujjwal ...I love those bright fussy cut flowers and the embossed butterfly ..It looks so beautiful!!!the sentiment works so perfectly here!!...I am sure Tejal will love this :)

    Thank you so much for playing along Crafter's Corner # 4 and Best of Luck :)

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  8. Nice work...Thank you for joining the Crafters Corner Challenge#4

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  9. amazing colors used.....i simply loved the crispiness of the card.....its so gorgeous....thanks for playing with us at crafters corner Challenge no # 4 - Anything but not a Card or Layout ....wish you all the best
    www.crfaterscorner.in
    www.crafterscornerindia.blogspot.in

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