27 Oct 2012

Set of Diwali cards

I have decorated the cards with warli painting.
First one is an easel card made using CD.




I have used two CDs  for making this card.The border is made of red chart paper and the yellow paper is handmade paper colored with turmeric powder.

Second one is a spring card.



For this card I have used red chart paper and paper from an invitation card.

Third card is a tent card.



The sentiment for all cards are printed from computer.

Entering these cards for :
Recycle it at Crafty Sentiments Design -First card recycled CDs.


28 comments:

  1. Lovely cards pooja i also want to try warli sometime after seeing urs .ur recycling idea is grt and done well with all.All the best in the challenges

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  2. Lovely cards! The warli painting is amazing!! Came here following your comment on my Diwali bloghop post. Your work is very inspirational!

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  3. Lovely cards dear!! Love the CD card!!

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  4. absolutely stunning cards..I love warli and ur paitings are awesome..

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  5. What fantastic way to use the CDs. Lovely handmade paper. I must remember to use Tumeric to get a yellow colour. Amazing painting. Thanks for joining in our Recycle challenge at Unstmapabelles.

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  6. Wow...so nice...Love all cards...especially warli ..its superb, Pooja!!!

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  7. beautiful traditional cards!
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  8. Hi Pooja - great ideas and super end results! Really like your ideas! Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Make it Dimensional Challenge! All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  9. These are so beautiful cards Pooja...i love your Warli painting so much...you have done some Amazing work here!!

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  10. This is lovely, thank you for sharing with us at Crafty Sentiments. And good luck. Caz xx CSD DT

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  11. Very cool, love how you used the CDs!! Thanks so much for playing at CRAFTY SENTIMENTS this week:)

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  12. These are really lovely. How awesome that you recycled those CDs! :)

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  13. Very cute cards and a fabulous use of old CDs too! Thank you so much for joining us this week at Crafty Sentiments Designs Challenge, we hope to see you playing again soon!

    Jackie, Crafty Sentiments Designs DT

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  14. I love warli too. Your cards are beautiful.

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  15. Great cards! Thanks for joining us at UnstampaBelles.

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  16. Hey Pooja, wonderful traditional cards you are making.
    Thanks a lot for being my friend and for your sweet comment.

    Regards,
    Archana

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  17. These cards are so delicate as if they are made with lace! Love them all!
    Have a wonderful life,full of inspiration!

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  18. Wonderful warli cards, loved the colour combination and the fine work.

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  19. Love all the cards!! the design is awesome!

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  20. Really beautiful cards. The warli painting is amazing.

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  21. These are beautiful Pooja, the red one is my favourite
    Hugs Laurie x

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  22. Great use of CDs. Thanks for joining in our Recycling Challenge at UnstampaBelles.

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  23. cute cards pooja, i loved the warli work

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  24. Great cards all of them but love the first one. Thanks for joining in the challenge at Unstampabelles this month.

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  25. I love the images on these card. Great designs. Thanks for sharing at Unstampabelles.

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  26. hey u know i thought of commenting on this post so many times, and had it open, but somehow it never happened...

    i just love love these cards dear, since warli is my fav too!!! theese are very beautifully done :)

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  27. Hi Pooja, just saw this post of yours, love it ...looks so perfect. i want to know whether you sketch first or do free hand and do you use pen/marker or brush. mail me pl

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