Friday, January 9, 2009

An easy day...

I have had a quiet day today... well, sort of. I am at Vashi, at my mom's place for the weekend. I'm sorry I haven't been able to post in a while. Not that I didn't spend time on the internet. I obviosuly did... but was too busy reading others' blogs. Chuckle chuckle...

I made a few cards this week. One is for Vineet's friend's 3-year old son, who happens to study in Aaryan's playschool. I used a tutorial from Kristina Werner's blog. I loved the tutorials she has put up there. Super cool. And with this, I also managed to complete my New Year Resolution target for this month!! :-) Way to go girl!! I have also created part of the same friend's wedding anniversary card. I went for some craft shopping yesterday...a wrong day to step out of home.. there were some processions on the road which greatly delayed the traffic and Aaryan n I were majorly troubled by it. But I still managed some ordinary lace and a few other embellishments.

Will post pictures of everything sometime after I get back home.
This week, I am not participating in the 2S4U challenge. Can't think of anything to do with that sketch, and I have too many other plans. Somebody please tell me if there is something I can do from home (related to cardmaking) in India. I would love to do something...

Catch you later.



  1. Oh you're here! Is Aaryan here as well?

  2. This is my wife. I am proud to have someone so creative being around me...She runs around our son all day along...but still has the patience and stay awake late into the make cards for her blog...and to keep herself ...gng...Love You...Hope I can support you on your endevour...

  3. hi thanks for stopping by... and do so more often i can see you have quite a supportive husband! about the pops - you needto have a lot of patience for it and so yes its perfect for a toddler's b'day :) though there were quite a few adults walking abt with tell tale sticks from hanging from the mouth!!

  4. Can't wait to see the cards that you have created Smita! Hope you enjoyed your visit with your mom!! So sweet that your husband commented on your blog!!! too cute!!

    best wishes,
    Sankari :)