Congratulations Card!!!!

With the wedding season setting in.. we have a different and unique card just to say “Congrats!!!!” … And hence we call it the Congratulations card!

Congratulations Card

This quilled card is made using a A4 size paper.. The best way to congratulate is by saying “Cheers”.. Hence, I have used two wine glasses using grey quilling strip.. And have shown a few bubbles popping out of the glass.. I have put two hearts on the top, because I made it for a couple.. If this card is to be made for some other occasion (e.g. – clearing an exam, promotion gift etc.), these hearts can be ignored..

Hope you’ll liked the gift as much as I did!



Quilled Birthday card


Hi All.. And today, we have a quilled birthday card to share We have done some quilling to cover the entire front page of the card, with my favourite stamp on the top of the card saying “Happy Birthday”. I have made the flowers using two colours and as you can see, I have then Continue reading →

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One more Personalised Jigsaw Puzzle

Hi, And with the wedding season around… jigsaw puzzles are high in demand.. And so we have one more personalised jigsaw puzzle with a single caption saying “I love you” This is a wedding gift ordered by the Girl.. (Looks like the boys are not very enthu about giving gifts :-/) She wanted to keep Continue reading →

Collage Jigsaw Puzzle


So here’s presenting my first international order from UAE :) :) Last time, we had seen a single picture jigsaw puzzle. So this time, just to add some more confusion and to make it a little more fun, I came up with this collage jigsaw puzzle :)

Collage Jigsaw Puzzle

So the jigsaw puzzle is made out of a collage.. This collage jigsaw puzzle was ordered by a Wifey for her lovely husband on their first wedding anniversary :) So to make it a memorable one, I captured some of the best moments.. including those of the wedding day.. Also, we have added some cute captions to some of the pictures with a “Happy Anniversary Sweetheart” message right in the top centre.

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