Thursday, October 14, 2010

A Happy Diwali card (CSC 10) and bloggin break 2 of 3 !


Hi !
I made this card for CASE study challenge 10 . and craftyjc-challenge no 3 
I wanted to make a Diwali card for a loong time and couldn't get round to doing it for some reason or the other.Well, I got some great inspiration to make one (the inspirations comes from all the beautiful lights and colors) and all in good time coz i'm going on yet another blogging break and don't think I'll be able to make any card until Diwali is over!!This is the second of three forced breaks I'm having to take coz hubby is traveling ..I usually accompany him but this time round I decided to stay put and meet up with friends and family.:-) .So I'm going to miss crafting and blogging..please don't get too used to me not being around!!!So here's wishing you all happy crafting days ahead..and loads of happiness..during the festive season of ❖ Diwali and Dussehra ❖!!!
Hugs and kisses♥!!!

21 comments:

  1. wow!.. love it!.. the festive colours are looking great! :)

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  2. wow i love this card, love the circle detail!! i've just found the info about Diwali, it seems like its a great festival! i want to go there!!! :)))

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  3. Happy diwali to you too. This is a festive card and I especially love the serial lights.

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  4. That nice & festive.... Enjoy your moments & treasure them for the life... God Bless u with all happiness... & Yes! Safe & happy Journey to your hubby..... :)

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  5. love how you have been inspired by Barbara's layout! The gems draped over the oval are fantastic!! :)

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  6. Gorgeous colors and love those fabulous gems! Wonderful design! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study Challenges!

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  7. Wow, what a great idea with the draped gems! Great card :) Thank you for playing with us! xxx

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  8. very cheerful! :) Gladu cud find sometime to craft.
    Thanks for playing along with CraftyJC Challenge

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  9. very nice card,especiily the festival lights enhance the card..very innovative

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  10. Pretty colors, I love the dangling jewels too! Thanks for your sweet comment for my blog! : )

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  11. Hey Shraddha,

    Thanks for those kind words.... It surely has a cooling effect on my wound.... I own a paper cutter, but sometimes since I hate to waste few sheets I indulge into cutting them myself... This was first that I hurt myself..... Oh! God, I was so so involved that it totally did not strike me... A small paper trimmer I want, but did not find here, even at staples.... So may be I would try to find one elsewhere..... Hugs))))

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  12. Really gorgeous creation! I love the colours and the "jewels"! Such a festive card! :)

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  13. hey shraddha!! thanx for your comments...about the US parcel,one of my relatives staying there have mailed it,and it is on the way...shraddha,please mail me your email address at mansicrafts@gmail.com

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  14. HEY LUCKY GAL...YOU,VE JUST WON A CANDY OF SHERRYANN'S HAND MADE RIBBONS..MANY MANY CONGRATULATIONS....ENJOY...HUGS
    MANSI

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  15. Lovely card, thanks for entering my candy, good luck

    Joey.xx

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  16. Happy Diwali what a beautiful card

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  17. Lovely card, Shraddha!! Love the little string of 'lights' :-)

    See you around soon.

    Hugs,
    Smita

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  18. Dear friend
    Thank you very much for your visit, hope you have a beautiful week creating beautiful cards!
    A lot of kisses,
    Sandra

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  19. Hi Shraddha, thank you for sweet comments in my blog. What a beautiful festive cards you've made, great colors. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  20. This is a beautiful card xx
    Love the colours x

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  21. Very Lovely. I love the teardrop beads. So reminiscent of Diwali.
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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Thankyou for your wonderful comments!