March 19, 2012

Rejects

Well, now that all the emails for the Papercraft Mag submissions are sent, I can now share my rejects. I predominantly submitted for the Maps call. So you will see lots of projects based on maps ๐Ÿ™‚
ย This one was based on the sketch.
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This was a home decor project
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This one is was more vintagy map thanksgiving card ๐Ÿ™‚
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ย Hope you like a few of my projects ๐Ÿ™‚
Have a great week!

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Comments

  1. LOVE these! If I was an editor, I would definitely have those in my 'yes' pile! <3

  2. I like them all, Gayatri! I especially love the second card (bon voyage with two planes) and the last card (vintage one). I'm surprised none of them were picked. Did you see Virginia's post about the cards not being “rejects” but being “un-chosen”? I think these are definitely NOT rejects. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I love the bon voyage with the two planes. Very clever design. And the maps as leaves is also very interesting. I like the postage stamp framing behind them. Nice work.

  4. what lovely projects Gayatri. Pity they weren't picked up…

  5. they're all so great! They're really clever and gorgeous…

  6. Lovely cards Gayatri. Wish there was a magic wand to know, why such cards weren't chosen. I certainly am pondering over the thought, when I see my un-chosen ones…lol.

  7. Wow, these are all gorgeous Gayatri!
    I love what you have done with the Map paper.

    I can't understand why these weren't chosen but if they didn't pick these then I have no hope! lol

  8. Fabulous map cards!

  9. These are fabulous, Gayatri! I really can't believe none of them were accepted!! The only plus is that we didn't have to wait so long to see them. ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Beautiful cards, you sure put a lot of hard work into them. I love the first & third card as my favourites! Hugs Bev

  11. Those are gorgeous! I just started submitting and it's really hard to know what they're looking for. I had my first one accepted and I posted my “un-chosen” cards, too.

  12. These are all fantabulous! Working with maps is sooo much fun, isn't it! Simply adore your bon voyage cards!

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