Diwali bloghop

Hello everyone!!

Welcome to Diwali Bloghop hosted by Chaitali from Cuts, Crops and Creativity blog! We are all blog-hopping today to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights! Join in and participate in the hop to learn more about the festival and see some beautiful ethnic creations!

I was thrilled when I received a mail from Chaitali inviting me and other fabulous ladies to join the bloghop and there was no way I could say no!

I would have made my post a bit longer if I had more time. If you follow me on FB, you might have been aware that I recently moved to Hyderabad and the whole shifting process is SO tough.

Enough of my complaining, here we go…

For the first card, I used Altenew ‘henna elements’ stamp set.

Since I dow’t own Diwali theme stamps, I had to go with whatever I had and do my best to make it look traditional! 🙂

The next two cards were made with inking a stencil, and adding MDF cut cuts.

The tag die is from Pretty Pink Posh. MDF Diyas from Craftslane. Stencil too is from Craftslane, designed by Divya.

I love the next card…the colors and the overall look of it, makes me happy.

Hope you like the cards…

Don’t forget to hop along for more gorgeous projects. Here is the hop list….

Sindhu (you are here)

Thanks for stopping by!


13 responses to “Diwali bloghop”

  1. Wow!! Gorgeous cards sindhu .. my fav is last card..:)


  2. Your cards are Fabulous, Sindhu!!!


  3. Wow..Beautiful cards Sindhu !I loved the stenciled ones a bit more 🙂


  4. 🙂 Such beautiful cards. I love the stenciled background


  5. Very pretty cards!


  6. I love all these cards. They are fabulous. Great designs.


  7. Amazing cards Sindhu!! Love how you used non-Diwali stamps for Diwali cards!


  8. These are fabulous creations 🙂 Looks like u had a blast creating them. Wish you have a happy and prosperous Diwali 🙂


  9. Beautiful cards Sindhu! Awesome techniques on all of them 😉


  10. Lovely cards Sindhu! Happy Diwali to you and your family.


  11. All the three cards are fantastic. I particularly like the third card. Happy Diwali to you and your family.


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