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...and we are back :)

So after almost 3 months, me and my 2 month old daughter "Aadya" are back home. And I am so excited to just look at my craft stuff as of now :D

My daughter is a handful and I don't know when I will be able to craft leisurely but I do have some past projects to share with you, which I will blog about in the coming days.

Meanwhile I just want to thank all of you for sticking by my bog, sending me & daughter lots and lots of good wishes and love and all the new followers for believing in my work even when I haven't uploaded any new projects for so long. Thank You all so very much!

See ya soon people!!


  1. Lovely pic of pretty girls! Let Aadya grow up a lil' she will help you with! Somehow babies find craft stuff very amusing!

  2. congratulations ujjwal. love both mother and daughter's name.

  3. Hey...sooo glad you are back ! I love your pic :)

  4. Good to have you back Ujjwal.. Happy 2 months to Aadya... She is exactly 9 months younger to my niece.. What timing I must say./.. She looks adorable... Enjoy the peaceful time till she does not crawl.. After that all hell would break lose... :D

  5. So glad to have you back! Yes we did miss you lots!! Aadya is so so cute! Take your time as she is your priority now, though we'd love to see your new cards and projects :)

  6. Welcome back Ujjwal that's a super Mother Daughter Pic :) your daughter looks adorable i must say!!!and really looking forward to your new post's ... so any free time from your Li'l one and we would appreciate seeing your work:):)

  7. your daughter is soooooo cute.wonderful name you gave her-AADYA.waiting for your crafty stuff along with enjoying moments wid your daughter.

  8. Congratulations Ujjwal enjoy your precious bundle!

  9. Congrats Ujjwal. Your daughter looks gorgeous. Beautiful name as well.

  10. Congrats! Really love the picture... and extremely happy to see you back :)
    Waiting for your creations eagerly... :D

  11. Congratulations! That's a beautiful picture of both of you :)

  12. ohhhh......she is so pretty ! Love the picture.
    Welcome home. Good to have you back.
    - Prajakta Kolte-Patil

  13. What a beautiful photo! Congratulations!

  14. She is so cute!! Congratulation!! Take care dear!


  15. Ooooh...what a sweet pic. Enjoy the bliss and time spent with your darling you've got really cute pics to scrapbook with! :)

  16. Good to see you back Ujjwal....
    Have missed seeing your posts.. well now that your hand are full with your lil one.. just enjoy & cherish these moments with the angel. And I'm sure you'll have tonnes of pics to be scrapped..
    Happy 2nd Month to Aadya..


  17. Your daughter is so cute Ujjwal..would like to see your lovely creations !!

  18. Ohh you both look so cute.. :)

    Hugs and loads of love to Aadya

  19. Welcome Back Darling :)She's an angel..God Bless!!!

  20. Aadya is shooo shoo cute.... God Bless her...

  21. Good to have you back...and my..she's grown so much...the first pic I saw and this...she looks adorable!! big big hugs!!

  22. arre waah..cute ladies.. congrats ujjawal.. tabhi I was thinking tu kahan gayab ho gayi.. grt to see that..

  23. Wow ujjwal....lovely pic...and many many happy to know..god bless :)

  24. Aww.. soo precious. And welcome back :)

  25. Welcome back.. Congragulations.. God Bless both of you :)

  26. Many many congratulations Ujjwal to you and your family! :) I am sure it takes a lot of effort with a new baby around...enjoy while it lasts!

  27. Hi.. Just saw the pics of your beautiful daughter.. Congrats.. I have a four and a half year old son & a year old daughter... I was checking your site to look for some air-drying clay for some home projects I wanted to start for my son...


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