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Happy Diwali~

Its Diwali time in India - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diwali
It brings back so many childhood memories when burning fireworks and crackers with all the kids in the neighborhood was so much fun.


These are a few Diwali cards I made for my parents. They wanted to give some pretty handmade cards to the close friends and relatives.



Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali.


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  1. Beautiful card...Loved ur creations...Am ur new follower. U r welcome to my blog

    Sathya
    Taiwan
    http://sathyapapercrafts.blogpsot.com

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  2. wow the Diwali cards are so cute, this could be a great idea for a special day, love the color too, thank you so much for sharing..

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  5. You have provided a nice collection of Deepavali greetings. Happy diwali to you and your family Diwali rangoli designs

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