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Shagun Envelopes!

If you follow me on FB, you must have seen these already, but I just wanted to share these shagun envelopes(we have a tradition of giving monetary gifts in India, especially at weddings ) with you here.

It is my maiden attempt at quilling (something that I find fascinating, something for which I follow numerous blogs, something for which I have watched lots and lots of videos, something that I have wanted to try for the longest time). Even though my quilling is not perfect, I am so proud of these :D

I made a pair of these in red and orange and I am showing off so many pictures just to make sure you don't miss out any pretty details(there are lots of little ones on these) :D

These will add that special touch to the monetary gift giving tradition! 

P.S. I have a couple more designs for these envelopes to show that doesn't involve quilling. Will post those too in the days to come.

Entering these for the Itsy Bitsy Wedding and Celebrations Challenge for January and for the Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge#7-flowers.

See ya again soon!


  1. You did a great job, Ujjwal! The quilled flowers are very beautiful and neat! Looking forward to see more quilled creations from you :)

    Happy Quilling!

  2. I had to look twice to see if the post was from your blog as the quilling is fabulous...I love quilling too but cant dedicate time [or patience ] to it....what a beauty you have made combining all the techniques

  3. first attempt... these look gorgeous Ujjwal.. superb job!!

  4. Awesome job on quilling.I too admire people who do such fab quilling and have tried my hand at minor quilling not a major one like this.Loved your shagun cards.Fantstic job as usual

  5. lovely and gorgeous creations..:)

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  7. Very pretty card, love the quilled flowers thanks for joining us over at the CBN Challenge this month
    Crafty Bloggers Network DT
    My Blog: A Crafty Blether

  8. Wonderful stuff Ujjwal - can't imagine its your first attempt... And can't see any imperfections... It's a very pretty piece of work. I too am not a quiller myself but reading your post, I'm thinking perhaps one day I will want to give it a try...Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Weddings & Celebrations Challenge. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

  9. beautiful,quilling is my favourite.

  10. Amazing, that this is your first attempt at quilling - love those cards!

  11. These are amazing ma'am! Could you please post a template for how to make the envelopes? I would be thankful :)

  12. Do you make envelopes on order? Whats your contact number?

  13. Lovely creation. Thanks for sharing this wonderful product details. Will be glad if you provide tutorial about these beautiful envelopes.
    Shagun Envelops Online India


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