Sunday, October 23, 2011

Diwali card with Om

I am really excited as  from tomorrow we have a Diwali staring. It is the main festival of most of the Indians and particularly for us the next day of Diwali is also the New Year so the festival has a very special meaning. Last year I tried to send card to all of my family and friends but this year I am just sending it to only my make parents, my husband's parents and my siblings. This easel card is from an old Indian wedding card. Usually Indian wedding card are very colorful with some good handmade paper. I don't know whether you can see it or not but the middle mustard paper is handmade paper with lots of fiber. I love the texture of it. Anyways I hope you enjoyed my creation!!


Easel card:

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10 comments:

mamapez5 said...

I don't understand what this symbol means, but it has made a very striking centre-piece for you card. I love the home made paper.
Have a very Happy Divali. Kate x

Loz said...

This is soo Beautiful.. Have a great festival Pankti..Saw this on MIM..Loz

Joyce said...

Lovely and so elegant! The mustard paper adds such lovely texture. Wow-cool easel card too. Saw this on Make it Monday.

Natascha said...

Wow, lovely card. Great design and colours. Thank you so much for joining us at Bearly Mine Challenge. Wish you good luck.

Hugs, Natascha

Jane said...

Lovely papers and the rhinestones add a lovely bit of sparkle.


I saw your card on MIM.

Mrs.B said...

Beautiful cards.
Enjoy your festival.
Avril

Lisa M said...

Homemade paper? WOW, now that's impressive. Gorgeous color to it too. Your easel card and design with the gem embellishments are wonderful. Sounds like a truly fun event. Enjoy!

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Billie A said...

Not sure what the image means but it sure is pretty and that is so special to the one who does know it. I love this and great colors. I saw your card on MIM

Merry said...

I like the way your easel works. Terrific colours. Saw you on Make it Monday

Hi...I'm Cindy said...

very special card for a special occassion enjoy your Diwali
I saw it on MIM and wanted to see the symbol closer

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