Sunday, May 15, 2011

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION WEEK 3-INSPIRATIONAL CHALLENGE

Hello all,
a very warm welcome to the third week of anniversary celebrations:))are you enjoying the celebrations?all suggestions and ideas are most welcome:).As i said i am here with a interesting challenge today-INSPIRATIONAL CHALLENGE.Most of you know about casing a card,taking a card that you like,and making a card based on that design,colors,themes,etc.So that is the challenge today,but what is new in this?you must case only a INDIAN BLOGGERS card:))).Mostly in terms of casing we choose only a foreign bloggers card,ofcourse they are pioneers in that,but we too have lot of talented and inspirational card makers here.

Before going to the challenges rules,here is my card i made for the challenge.My card is based on mona jain's this card,i really love her quilling cards,its very neat n elegant.This card is the one i loved a lot in the recent past,and mow i have a reason to case it:)))Do visit her blog for more lovely inspirations..I made the windows with tile punch to give decorative effect,but i regret myself that i covered most of it:((.Sorry for the poor photograph,..


So here is the challenge rules:
  • Create a card based on of any Indian bloggers card,it can be either from my blog or any other indian crafters blog,but strictly only indian bloggers card(doesn't matter if the indian blogger lives in abroad:)), and post it on your blog.
  • Leave a link to the blog from where you have taken the inspirational card,and link back to my this post too.
  • Link up you creations in Mr.linky or leave a comment.
  • You have two weeks to participate,the challenge runs till 29th may.
  • A random winner will be selected for the prize package and top three will also be chosen.
Love to know the prize package this week?is generously sponsored by shalini mittal,over to her,..


Hi
This is Shalini Mittal from Delhi and i m delighted to be a guest on kavitha's lovely blog. I own a very beautiful craft store in Delhi known as CRAFTER'S CORNER where one can shop till drop as we keep all the craft products like cardstock paper ,acrylic stamps,rubber stamps,paper trimmers ,cutters, pattern papers, punches of all leading brands like fiskars, martha stewart, leone em, punch bunch and others also we keep everything related to cardmaking, scrapbooking,paper quilling, parchment, punchcraft, cut n tuc.
We have a very wide varities of all types of embellishments for any kind of crafts.
Oops i forgot to mention that we deal in all types of machineries as well like CUTTLEBUG, BIG SHOT, ROLLING MACHINES, SILHOUETTE SD, SIDEKICK, BIG KICK, SIZZIX FOLDERS, PROVOCRAFT PRODUCTS,.............A LONG LIST TO GO FOR.
So for any kind of crafting stuff dont get puzzled and troubled just come straight away to us and we will be happy to serve you . Also you can get anything delivered to your door step as place is not a problem anywhere in INDIA OR OUTSIDE AS WELL.
Hope you like my small candy and hope to serve you soon with our amazing products.
And ofcourse a big thanks to kavitha for the inviting on her blog.

Here is the prize package she offered worth more than 1500rs,.includes one set of acrylic stamps,2 pack of stickers,10 foams sheets,2 punches,1200 quilling strips,1 butterfly sticker,12 pattern paers n 24 printed sheets.Yummy isn't it?Do play along to win this awesome prize.


I cant wait to see what you all going to come up with,so excited to see all the entries,.some n join the fun:))


Happy crafting,




17 comments:

Crafterkhush said...

Kavitha di.. I am a bit confused about this.. Please clear it to me.. It can be anything or does it have to be quilling only.. Could you email it to me so that I can clarify my doubts...

Shalini said...

wow, this sounds like super fun... caseing Indian blogger cards!!!

and yumm prizes by our lovely shalini up for grabs... luks great!!!

Priyadarshini Deshpande said...

Hey..What an interesting challenge! And Yummy prize... Got a Question. How many entries are allowed per person?

Ujjwal said...

This is so much fun! I am in!

Nisha said...

lovely card...nice work implemented...

Hussena said...

wow kavitha this sounds so interesting,and such a delightful idea of using an indian crafters card for casing and ur card based on mona jains is so pretty .i too loved her that paticular card very much not only is her quilling superb i just love her color combos too.

Neelam said...

wow..thats an interesting challenge ..i am in.. :)

anita said...

What fun! That alpha stamp looks tempting!

Mona Jain said...

Cool !! I am glad that you were inspired by my card.
Loved the punched pink window..:)
cool challenge, I hope I get some time to work on something.
Good luck everybody.

Romina's Cretive Crafts said...

sounds yum !!will try to make it !!

Deepti Aggarwal said...

wow.. beautiful card... and waht a wonderful candy by Shalini Mittal...

Mallika said...

yummy @
csn i case pakistani's card !
it was like in INDIA years back
plz plz plz

Neha Jain said...

i am bit confused about rules...

do i have to make card with same colors, same theme, same design, n same type...in short appx. copying
or it can be like card type is same but theme colors can b totally different??

please help

Avni said...

Hey, I am submitting my entry. I was so much inspired by your inspired card! I had the rectangle grid for so long time. and ever since I saw your card, I thought to use it!

Indira Tanwar said...

Hi Kavi, really enjoying the contests. But I missed the first 2 weeks :(. Anyways, have put in 2 entries for this one. Do lemme know how you like them. The inspiration was your card.

Cheers,Indira
http://arty-sorts.blogspot.com/

Jovi said...

hey kavitha... I have finally managed to take part in this one tooo... I'm feeling really happy.. hope u like my take on Tejal's Card... Its so difficult to select out of all the awesome bloggers that we have ..

Ujjwal said...

oops missed the deadline..i so wanted to participate in this one :(

Anyways, I hope you will see what I created here http://ujjwal-handmadewithlove.blogspot.com/2011/06/you-are-special.html

I hope you like it!