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Saturday, 2 November 2013

Sunflower

Hello sweet peeps,

Here is my card to show you today... It has been recycled from a health shop brochure cover. Just added ribbon to it and it was done. Sent it to Aleeza's mail box in class a couple of days ago and the kids loved it. 



We had a Diwali celebration in Aleeza's class and it was fun with henna tattoos, nail polish for the girls, music, dance and Indian snacks. The kids had a great time but I could not take any pictures. This was taken by the other mum who helped me. The colourful Rangoli on the round table was done by her with coloured rice, rose petals and jasmine buds. Apologies that the picture cannot be enlarged (goes all fuzzy).


This is my Rangoli decoration at home done with curry leaves, rose petals and jasmine buds.



To all those who celebrate Diwali, here is wishing you a happy and blessed Diwali.

Love,

Monica 

10 comments:

jimlynn said...

The photos are great Monica! And you're just as pretty as a picture! I know that was a lot of fun in her class!
WOW on that huge sunflower! SO pretty and the ribbon was all it needed.
Lynn

Sue said...

What a great way to use a brochure Monica.Fabulous card.
I love your photo's
Hugs x

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful sunflower card and beautiful pictures, have a blessed Diwali my friend.
Kevin xx

ursula Uphof said...

Great photos. Loved your recycling and wishing you and your family a Happy Diwali. hugs, Ursula

Terry Oulboub said...

The Diwali sounds fantastic with so many bright and beautiful colors. Monica, you are so beautiful - love your activity with your girls; your craftiness and what a lovely smile to cheer up the kiddies. The sunflower cards, like all of your cards is filled with sunshine and love. How fun to have henna to celebrate - miss that! You always bring joy and happiness wherever you go! TFS! :-D

Merry said...

Great recycling Monica. Sounds like a terrific experience for the kids.

Linby said...

Lovely sunflower always a shame nit to reuse great pictures. Great photos too.
Linby x

Donna Ellis said...

HOw gorgeous, Monica! I would have recycled that sunflower, too. Your layered ribbons are the perfect touch!

And such fun to create Rangoli decorations. They are beautiful! How long will you leave the decoration there? Lovely photos. I was able to enlarge the photo and it looks amazing!

hugs,
de

Cathy said...

Great recycling Monica, the image is beautiful. The decorations for the festival look fantastic too, love the bright colours and designs :) Cathy x

Skye said...

I hope you enjoyed your Diwali celebrations. The Rangolis you created are so beautiful. You have great vision to see the use of such a pretty picture. A lovely card