Friday, 4 March 2011

A week in cards - Day 5

hmmmm, I have tried another take on celebrate & enjoy, using same bottles & sentiment as here.

Though i think i have not managed to do better :D :D
And last month there was a secret sweetheart event at Indian craft room where we had to send some love to our secret sweetheart!! It was so much fun!! And i feel so guilty of being one of the defaulters.. :( I'm so sorry peeps, & especially Asha, to whom i had to send some love.. I'll be sending some love to you soon!

So here's what i received from my sweetheart Mallika -

And Februray meant my event month :) I received some love from Sudha too - She sent me cards and some awesome awesome stickers! Will put them to use soon!!

Thanks so much girls!

Now back to our AWIC challenge,

Thursday, 3 March 2011

A week in cards - Day 4

Okay so here comes my 4th card in a row!! Can't believe myself.. really!! I used my newly (well 3 months old but put to use now) purchased blu-check-tape.. Have followed no pattern, no colour theme.. Was too tired to think of anything so just pulled out random stuff and made this..

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

A week in cards - Day 3

I managed the 3rd day too!! yay to myself!! :) Left early for office & came late, still managed to pull off this card..
The pic is not a good quality since i clicked it in poor lights..

The card is inspired from this sketch  - CPS 207 - part 1

& used purple colors for FF#68

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

A week in cards - Day 2

So this is the second day of AWIC - A week long blog hop! I made this card around midnight and my hubby was so so surprised to see me working on a card after coming back from office! I usually craft on weekends only!

I have taken inspiration for my card from Card Patterns- sketch 104.

I am usually not good in implementing a sketch, but this one has turned out nice.. Its for my Brother's Birthday 3 weeks away. Sentiment reads "Happy Birthday BHAI".. Bhai is hindi for brother.

Supplies -
Ribbon, buttons,golden alphas, cardstock, Dark brown plain sheet, Patterned paper in grid - all from local stationers.
Check-ed PP - itsybitsy