Monday, 19 March 2012

Child's play

Hey guys,

Welcome to a brand new week and I am back with another card... This is actually inspired from Tejal's notecard for Lulupu.. You can check her card here.. What can I say.. Am a huge fan of her work and I thought let me try something inspired from her note card putting in a bit of me... :D...

So without wasting much time.. Here is my INSPIRED note card...



I am going through a No-Sentiment phase... I am keeping my cards general and sentiment free... So that I can use them in any which way as the occasion requires.. (very smart of me I know.. *wink*)...

Well.. I love making pinwheels.. Or should I say I made so many of them at one point of time that it's stored in my memory FOREVER and they do look cute... :D

A close-up of the Pinwheel...


Here is it guys.. A quick and simple card....

The supplies used are:_
black cardstock=> Fabriano elle erre
Embossed sheet from my stash
Hello Sunshine Double-sided 12"X12" cardstock-Gleam
Scor pal
E-Z Runner
White Signo gel pen and Green glitter pen.
Epoxy sticker for pinwheel center

Happy Crafting guys...

Hugs,
Khushboo

10 comments:

  1. Khush!! thanks for the pin wheel!! it looks so pretty honestly :) loved the pink in it!

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  2. The pin wheel looks so cute ...i love it and your embossed Bg....such a pretty card!!!

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  3. Love the way you used a patterned paper for the pinwheel!!! Awesome colour combination and would be effect for a kids b day!!!

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  4. Your pinwheel looks super cute and the center looks good enough to eat-- Yummy!

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  5. Khushboo.. That's a great way to use double sided PP where you can show off both sides! :D

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  6. Pretty Pinwheel, Khush! Pinwheels always remind me of my childhood days.. My dad used to make them for me as a kid.. lol.. and I used to run around with it.. Those were the days!!! :D

    - Shruti

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  7. this is such a cutie Khushbooo... and yeah, a great way of showing both the sides of these yummy papers!!!

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  8. So much fun!! I want to rip off the pin wheel and put it on a stick and run with it....just to watch it go whirrrrrr!!! cute!

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  9. So so cute and creative! You sure are brimming with creativity!! :)

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  10. simple and neat!!! and i shall now surely try a pinwheel

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