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Thinking of you!

I am finally getting back to making cards and participating in some of my favorite challenges I have been missing out on for some time.


I used the sketch at Seize the Sketch Challenge#3 and the color palette at 10 Minute Craft Dash Challenge#25





Such a simple card and I barely made it within 10 minutes. To be exact, it took me 10:56 minutes by the timer to finish this. And while everything else came together rather quickly, fussy cutting that rose stamp ate away all my time :)

I used a Prima stencil and distress ink for the background, sentiment is white heat embossed and the stamp is colored with markers quickly :)

But I think I like the simplicity and the color palette of this card! And it is all the more special because of who it was made for. Read more about it HERE.

I hope you had a good Sunday!

Comments

  1. Oh, lovely! I love how you used the mask!
    Thanks so much for playing along with the 10 Minute Craft Dash!

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  2. Its a beautiful Card Ujjwal ..It feels all the more special because of the cause its made for ....I love the simplicity and the delicacy of the fussy cut flower and the lovely color combo as well !

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  3. I really like your stenciling background ! pretty card

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  4. Wow! Terrific card. I saw it on Seize the Sketch and can't believe it took just over 10 mins.
    Caroline xxx

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  5. This is so pretty...love the inking!
    Thanks for playing with us at Seize the Sketch!

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  6. I love the misted background! I am way too chicken to try fussy cutting for our challenge - I don't think I'd do well!

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us at the Craft Dash!

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  7. Love your clever way to stamp the background, looks great. Thanks for playing along with us in the 10 Minute Craft Dash and hope to see you again.

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