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Rakhi Cards with Mudra Stamps

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Hello friends 

This is Sharada Dilip from HappyMomentzz here today and I’m here today to share Rakhi Cards with Mudra Stamps.
Raksha Bandhan means celebrating the unique bond between a brother and a sister… Rakhi is a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother. This day of celebration is known as Raksha Bandhan and celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana in India. Raksha bandhan falls on AUG 15th this year , I have a great connection with my brothers and the celebration of this day is no less festive occasion for me. Hence I gear up a month before to prepare for this event. This year , I even sent out these postcards with rakhi to our brave soldiers posted in the Siachen base camps…yes it was special as Rakhi falls on independence day this year and couldn’t let this opportunity go !

These postcards are hand stamped with beautiful images on rakshabandhan theme and even stencilled background with Asian Tile Pattern Stencils… totally loved making these postcards.

I have used Rakhi Day 4″X4″ A stamp set for someone who wants to do quick cards for the special day!! Beautifully Illustrated Rakshabandhan Thali Plater and tying Rakhi is perfect for quick stamping and simple coloring adds so much meaning to your card/project!!

I have used a simple Mandala mini Stamp here , doing more with less or stretching your stamp set to give a new outlook, isn’t it awesome !! I have made sure I have put to use the smaller flower stamps too…


Here are different cards on the same theme I created this year using  Mudra Stamps and Chipzebs . The first  Easel card creation has stamped images of Mandala mini Stamp and Indian Ornate – Paisley chipzeb as the center.

For the second card I have used my trials with alcohol inks on photo paper as the center piece of the Easel card creations. I have embellished the alcohol background with Music Flourish Frame Chipzeb from Mudra and matched with lovely pattern papers from my stash.

I enjoy making such cards perfect for gifting have dimensions yet go flat into an envelope! 

I have a Bonus project to share for this festive season, a traditional Mandala designed 9 block stencilled clock. I have used a 12×12 Mdf base to create this lovely festive creation.
I have used Indian Ornate- Mandala Stencils and Deco Art and Fusion 6″x6  Stencil here to create this traditional Mandala clock.

Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

Products Used

   

India
Crafters Corner, India
Hndmd
The Craft Shop
Anandha Stationary
Hindustan Trading Company
Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore
Connect4sale, Chennai

International
Kat Scrappiness
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Vivian Crafts, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia
Wild Warehouse, UK

www.mudrastamps.in (Exclusively for International Customers)

Regards 
Sharada Dilip

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