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Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Hello friends! Oh yeah! I have the great pleasure to case 'Catherine Pooler's' card! Love her cards.. <3
And this card is for the following challenges!

1. CASE study #185
2. Beyond grey challenges #49, grown with love..
3. STAMPlorations stamps and your favourite technique and 
4. A blog named hero #41, built a back ground..


I love making clean and simple cards, trying out different techniques. Stamping with acrylic block is one my fav techniques.. I did it for the back ground. Stamped vases and flowers, fuzzy cut them and mounted with the help of foam tape.. I messed up with the sentiment. :( Sorry! ;)

   
Hope you like my card, thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving some love.. <3

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14 comments

  1. Lovely card, Deepu..Nice way of making bg...

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  2. Fab fuzzy cutting deepti ! I can't imagine cutting such tiny pieces this neatly .

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  3. Nice stamping for the bg! And I thought you were trying to give a 'shadow' effect to the sentiment!

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  4. Lovely card, elegant and colourful :)

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  5. The colours of your card are so cheerful. I like it very much! Thank you for joining us at ABNH 'Build a Background' Challenge.

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  6. Lovely colors and nice background..

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  7. the background worked out fab Deepti. Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations x

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  8. The colors, the mounted vases on foam and the acrylic block technique make this a wonderful card!

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  9. Such a fun card -- love the knocked over vase :) - Thanks for joining in with STAMPlorations!

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  10. Fabulous card Deepti !! Love the cheerful colors.
    Thank you so much for playing along with us at BGC :)

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  11. Amazing card! I like the way you made it!
    Thank you for joing us on the BGC#49.

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  12. thats really beautiful !
    Thanks for playing with us at BGC Grown with love challenge !

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  13. This is stunning, love using an acrylic block to stamp with,it's a fave technique of mine as well. Thanks for playing along with STAMPlorations.

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