Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Some more Diwali cards


Some time back Meghana from Expressions of my Experiences had mentioned that I should make some cards using ethnic Indian patterns and prints. I guess Diwali is apt for this. I have also done some colored kundan work on the cardsThanks for visiting!

10 comments:

  1. Oh how I miss the Indian handmade paper and patterned paper Juhi! Wish I could get them here. Your Deepavali cards are very colourful and pretty. I love the gold paisleis on red, uber cool!

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  2. Hello Juhi!

    Its so nice that you remembered my suggestion!Really amazing cards and the kundan work you have done is really appealing.And now a days Kundan work is very much in fashion in sarees,lehenga and salwar kameez.

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  3. hey really nice card............
    me too love to make these handmade cards....

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  4. beautiful, fantastic, innovative diwali cards. but we can use these cards in any function. i got an idea of makine envelopes for wedding by using your method, that will be superb. thanks a lot.

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  5. your diwali cards are beautiful...I was wondering if the happy diwali message is a print out or a stamp?

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  6. can you please send me a nice waste material diwali caed

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  7. your diwali cards are just awesome...i had to make diwali cards for my school project and your cards helped me a lot...thanks a lot for posting them on your blog..

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  8. ur cards are really very awesome. love ur cards. i just want to know that where can i get patterned papers? plz let me know

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I'd love to hear your comments about my cards

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