Wish you all a very happy Diwali once again! I hope you all enjoyed the day 1 of this series. If you haven’t already seen it, go check it out here.
This second card is a shaker card I made with the scraps of the first card and adding little gold and tiny star shaker elements. I made the window using a shimmer gold card stock and die cut the “Happy Diwali” sentiment.
Checkout the video here.
I am excited to participate in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week with another entry.(Entry#789)
I hope you all enjoyed the Diwali card series. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and comment below. Have a safe and happy Diwali once again..
Wish you all a very happy Diwali!
Today I am very excited to make a Diwali card for you all as that’s the one that won the poll I put up on Facebook last week. I made a bunch of these cards and sent them out to friends and family.
Die cutting the little elements and putting them in small zip lock pouches made it very easy for me to assemble each card. Now, while making multiples, I die cut and heat embossed them all together and kept only one card undone to make in front of the camera for you guys.
Check out the video.
I am excited to participate in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week(Entry #242). I hope you all enjoyed this post. There is another Diwali card that is coming up soon. So, stay tuned!
Hello my crafty friends,
Let me start of the post by saying “Ganpati Bappa Morya. Pudchya varshi lavkar ya”. In today’s video, I share how to make this beautiful Ganesha art journal with striking colors.
I had so much fun making this page using different techniques like die cutting, distress inking, stenciling and paper piecing. I have also used some embellishments to give the project more life and interest.
To learn how I made this page, watch the video in my blog or at my Youtube channel.
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This last and final post of the series is the reason I went to India in the first place; to celebrate my dad’s 60th birthday. It is done as ceremony to renew the couple’s vows as per south indian traditions (Sashtyapthapoorthi). We had a lot of fun prepping for the wedding and at the wedding. We also had a small photo shoot after the wedding. I am sharing a few pictures with you all.
You know you are all set to celebrate when you have beautiful mehendi drawn on your hands. You feel extra special when your dad or husband feeds you food while you enjoy the beauty of the henna design and the aroma of mehendi. My mom being the bride chose peacock designs for both of us. Here are a few pictures.
Let us now set the stage for the bride and groom to tie the knot once again and watch them say “I still do.”
And they finally tie the knot.
A few pictures now from the photo shoot after the wedding.
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Wedding season is on.. A stand alone card capturing the beauty of Indian weddings with its vibrant colors is always a happy feeling! This card was for a very dear person and the couple loved the card.
Write your personal message to the special bride or groom here.