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Hi Friends,

Here is a fun video for you guys. I made a Disney themed card for my friend who is going to Disney World. I thought I should share this quick card with you guys.

So here it is.

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Trick ‘O’ Treat!

In the midst of a busy busy weekend celebrating Diwali, I squeezed in some time for making really fun treat boxes for Halloween; which happened to be less than 24 hours apart. Phew! But I am excited to make some SPOOKTAKULAR treat boxes to treat those kids who are going to knock at our door today. (I caught some of that Halloween lingo too..) I made a few during the weekend and left to make one in front of the camera for you folks. Hope you enjoy this video and get some fun ideas to create such boxes for your neighborhood kids too..

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Halloween was indeed happy after seeing all smiles on the super heroes faces!

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Witching you all a very haunted Halloween!

I am excited to participate in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week with another entry.(Entry#790)

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Happy Diwali Day 2

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.

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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..

Happy Diwali Day 1!

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.

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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!

Happy Teacher’s day!

Wishing all my teachers a very Happy Teacher’s day! This day is so special as it’s the only day we get to give back to our teachers who have given us so much. They teach you and guide you to the right path without expecting anything in return. Incredible! I want to take this opportunity to thank all my teachers for grooming me and making me who I am today. And the least I could do for all that love and guidance is show them my gratitude through this card.

To all my wonderful teachers, this is for you.

 

 

This card has so much hidden meaning. The background is filled with tiny anchors which I think our teachers are for us. They make sure you stay in the right path always just like an anchor.
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Seize the moment- Finale + Video!

Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #8 post

I am back after a break of two blog posts as I had some last minute shipping to do. I promise, you will soon have your eyes on it.
Yay! We are here at the final page of the baby book. Since I missed two posts, I decided to give you a bundle on this one. This post has the last pages and a video coming up. For those of you who are on a time crunch or have missed the baby series posts, scroll down to the end of this post for the video and the links to the other posts from this series.

Check out this page with 12 months of the baby and the cute clock denoting the time of birth.

You can move the hands of the clock to set the time of birth and cherish that moment forever.

 

The page below is the end cover page and can hold a picture of the whole family and has a huge pocket below.

 

The end cover of the book has the same wood grain finish as the front. I just love this finish.

 

Moving on to the video, I just want to let you all know that its my first time recording a video for you guys. So please take it easy on me as I promise to do better with the audio quality next time. Please watch the video and let me know what you thought. Leave me a comment on my blog, youtube or Facebook page and it will mean a lot to me.
Also, let me know if you liked the speed of the video or you would like it shorter. I would like to thank you all for watching my series and hope you enjoyed.

 

To read the other posts from this series click the links below:

 

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More series are coming up soon. So stay tuned.

Baby Series #4

Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #3 post.

Happy Monday! This post should lighten your Monday morning mood. Keep reading..

Today we are moving on to the next few pages from the Baby Book. The first page has a stork holding a baby peeking its head out on  top of a vintage pinkish plum colored picture frame. The sentiment below says “Sent from Heaven”.

The second half of the page is all about the stats of the new born. The flowers are punched out and the eye and hair colors are distressed.

The second and third pages hold all the FIRSTS of the baby. Everything he/she figured how to do for the very first time. The parents would want to hold on to it forever.
 
Each one of these flip open as cards and has space to hold a picture of the baby and for the parents to write all about the moment.
A closer look pagewise

Some of these cards hold small embellishments even inside. Like this one below, the first food card has a baby bottle outside and a matching baby bib inside.

The other side of the layout has 6 more firsts. As you can see I left 3 of those empty for the parents to fill. Hey, each baby is different after all. The parents can brag about their little kiddo here.
Here is a list of firsts:
  • 1st night home with a little moon on a cloud and a heart.
  • 1st food on a blush pink and gold banner and blue baby bottle. 
  • 1st haircut with scissors.
  • 1st bath with a baby having bubble bath and a rubber ducky.
  • 1st car ride with a 3d car embellishment.
  • 1st stroll with a 3d stroller embellishment.
  • 1st tooth with a shiny smilie tooth.
  • 1st steps with two 3d baby boots.
Each of these cards are secured using strings. I did this coz it gets easier to hold up more pictures in case it gets bulky.

That’s it for today. Stay tuned for the next series post to see more pages from the book. 
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