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Thank you mini card!

The BIG and happy news first!

I will be on the design team of one of my favorite stamp/die/papers manufacturers Heartfelt Designs for the next 6 months! It is such an honor and a-dream-come-true moment for me. I am pretty excited :)



And here is some crafty share, a few days back I made a bunch of mini thank you cards and here they are. I love sending out little thank you notes with my commissioned work and these bitty cards are perfect for that :)
I had the opportunity to make these for a new chocolate brand around called Bliss Chocolates.






Each of these 5 designs was replicated in 10 cards making the total number of cards to be 50. It was super fun :)

I am still holidaying and getting ready for my elder brother's wedding, but I will try and keep the blog up with some of the work I finished before starting vacations.

Have a happy and safe Diwali!

Comments

  1. Congratulations Ujjwal... these mini note cards look so cute... I know it must have been fun making them.
    Happy Diwali to you too!

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  2. lovely Ujjwal..... becoming ur ardent fan..... congratulations first.... all cards are beautiful

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  3. Big congrats Ujjwal!!!! Keep rocking!! Love all the cards :)

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  4. Wow Awesome and Congratulations!! My family simply adores Bliss Chocolates - we frequent their lounges often so next time I will definitely look out for your work - you are one seriously talented crafter Ujjwal! Your note cards are so stylish, crisp and clean - Love it!

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  5. Beautiful cards and welcome to the HC Design Team!x

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  6. Congrats Ujjwal and what a lovely thank you cards :)

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