Friday, July 22, 2011

Rakhi Cards - 2011




Just a quick post, loads of embossing, some stitching, a die cut and some gorgeous traditional Indian embellishments and my rakhi cards are ready!

 n these are my rakhi cards from previous years.
http://www.juhishandmadecards.com/2010/08/rakhi-cards.html
http://www.juhishandmadecards.com/2009/07/handmade-rakhi-tutorial.html
http://www.juhishandmadecards.com/2009/07/card-patterns-sketch-24.html

Have a great weekend!


20 comments:

  1. This is really gorgeous Juhi.. Love it....!!

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  2. absolutely stunning!! reminds me i need to get starting :P

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  3. Wow they look so pretty. I am also ready with some of my cards with indian inspiration. Will post them soon. I am also yet to start with my Rakhi cards :)

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  4. This is absolutely stunning! Love those cards! And thanks for reminding that Rakhi is almost here. I also need to get started :)

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  5. Love the ethnic creations so so much..... Gorgeous & NEAT!!!!

    Ash... :)

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  6. Jus too lovely.. :) I'm also Planning to make a few this time but YOU are the BEST! :)

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  7. Simply lovely Juhi! Super colors and embossing choices! :)

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  8. Its beautiful... I just forgot that Rakhi is around the corner... Thanks for reminding.. :)
    Card is simply superb... perfect for the occassion...

    Love,
    Priya...

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  9. Fabbie cards!.. I still have to start working on mine! ;)
    Thanks for the inspiration! :D

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  10. Hi - I love your cards. Just wondering what you used to make the rakhi cards with the paisleys embossed? Did you use the Cuttlebug?
    Thanks.

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  11. It is very beautiful card. you not includes so many stuffs in it like flowers, pearls and many more. After all its simpleness is best to attract viewers.

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  12. So simple but very attractive. As per my experience simple cards are best for attraction and also best for eye catching.

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  13. Gift papers are best to create different cards. I am always using gift papers and also used same art paper. After reading your blog, I got the idea that using craft paper is looks more beautiful.

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  14. hey hie jhui can u help me out :) can u direct me as to from where can i get embossed papers??

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  15. Rakhi is a holy day for brother and a sister and it is one of the unique festivals of India. Yesterday My brother received greeting cards on Raksha Bandhan featuring both of us. I ordered the customized cards from "Post My Greetings" an online gifting store and I am totally satisfied with the quality and their delivery services. The best thing I like about this portal is The order I placed delivered on specific delivery time they give. Thanks to this portal who made my work easy. To know more - http://www.postmygreetings.com/greeting-cards/festivals/raksha-bandhan

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  16. Your title say many thing about Rakhi Festival. Rakhi to India
    Rakhi Gifts to India

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  17. Rakhi is always a special day for all brothers and sisters as the festival made a strong bond between them. For it is more special as my brothers gives me beautiful gifts and I can also get some amazing Rakhi Offers and deals on this day.

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