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"On The Farm" baby wall art!

This is long pending project something I made long time back but never got around to posting it. When I saw the current challenge at Itsy Bitsy - For the Kids  and I know this would be a perfect entry :D


This a A3 size wall art that took me so much time. All the elements other than the fence and the sun are hand-stamped, water-colored and fussy cut (even those little chickies & grass, so you can imagine :D). But the end result was so cute, that all the effort felt well worth it :)

I think this would look super cute in baby nursery or kid's room. And not only is it pretty and cute but it could also be used as a fun way to teach kids about farm animals.

I am also entering this for the Crafters Corner Challenge#11 - Anything Goes.

I love doing such projects. I hope you like it.


Comments

  1. This is awesome.I know this comment is cliched but thats all that comes to my mind when I look at this.Wonderful idea and amazing effort and hardwork gone into this piece.

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  2. This is so lovely. Kids would surely love this. So neat. Beautiful.

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  3. lovely creation ujjwal :) super cute & my son says waoh soo nice :)

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  4. Oh my god ! Ujjwal di ! from where do you get such awesome patience !!
    Ultra cute project !
    Thankyou for playing along with at Crafters Corner challenge no 11
    All The best
    Hugs
    Mallika

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  5. Very cute...Thank you for joining the CraftersCorner Challenge#11

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  6. What an awesome and adorable scene you have created Ujjwal!..Not only does it look cute,but is also has an educative value.I really love all the tiny details you have added to make this so much fun for the kids especially the bright colors and all the elements you have added :)

    Thank you so much for playing along 'Crafter's Corner' # 11 and Best of Luck!

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  7. This is adorable.You have some patience fussy cutting and colouring but yeah I agree that it was worth it.Thanks for playing along with us at Crafters corner challenge #11.Best of luck.

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