November 2, 2013

Diwali Blog Hop!

Happy Diwali everybody! Hello and welcome to the special Diwali Blog Hop.
Diwali is the festival of lights and is celebrated in India in October or November depending on the dates in the moon calender. We celebrate it differently in different parts of India again based on the customs and traditions. In the place where I am from South India, we celebrate it early in the morning by having an oil bath, new clothes, special sweets and savory, prayers to God, going to temple and having a feast. We are share sweets with friends and family. And fireworks are the highlights of this festival. We decorate our house with lots and lots of oil lamps. It is a great time of the year. I miss it a lot. We had a very quite Diwali here. Although we did have a great community event last weekend with fireworks and great food. That is the brief of what Diwali festival is:)
For this hop you should have come from Sanketi’s Blog. If not don’t worry I have the list of designers participating in the blog hop towards the end of this post.
Here is my card for Diwali.
I have gone for a very trendy card and used the ornament stamp set and dies from MFT to make my Diwali card. Since Diwali is festival of lights, I have used the ornaments are lights and made it very colourful for the festive look. Of course added rhinestones for more festive look. The sentiment is also from MFT.  Hope you like it.
You next stop is to Deepti’s blog. You are in for a treat there 🙂
Here is the list of all the designers participating in the blog hop.
There is no blog hop without prizes, right? Right!  There She Goes is giving away two gorgeous stamp set to two lucky winners. The two winner will be chosen from any of our participating blogs. So make sure you leave a comment on all the blogs. The prize is  Henna Swirls stamp set from  There She Goes
Happy Hopping and Happy Diwali once again:)
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Comments

  1. Such a lovely CAS interpretation of Diwali !Loved it ! Wishing you a very Happy n colorful Diwali !

  2. happy Diwali! we're celebrating with my husband's family tonight 🙂

  3. So cute to use ornaments as Diwali lights , Have a Happy Diwali!!
    http://www.kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

  4. Superb card! Happy Diwali to you & your family!

  5. Lovely card…Happy Diwali to u 🙂

  6. Love your colorful lights. Sharing sweets, eh? Interesting how that coincides in some way with trick-or-treating. What a wonderful world we live in.

  7. love hearing about ow you celebrate Diwali and I love the trendy take. It has all the colours but in a fab CAS design x

  8. Lovely card Gayatri and wish you a happy Diwali!

  9. so cute series of lights Gayatri.. Happy n Safe Diwali 🙂

  10. Love how you used the ornaments as lights..Happy Diwali!

  11. Love your happy card! It sounds like a fun festival!

  12. Such a cute card,i keep following ur blog..u make some awesome cards

  13. Lovely card. And what a great trend!

  14. Awesome card as usual!! Love the ornaments as lights idea!

  15. Love the ornaments Gayatri…it's so pretty ..lovely colours too.Happy Diwali to you and your family..May this festival of lights bring happiness and prosperity in your life..

  16. Wow…Beautiful n cute Card …..Thanks for this hop….Wish You n Your Family a very Happy Diwali.

  17. Happy Diwali Gayatri. A gorgeous card.

  18. nice card!! very beautiful! I'm a new follower..
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

  19. That's a lovely CAS card. 🙂 Happy Diwali.:)

  20. Lovely card! This holiday sounds very bright and cheerful~

    ps – Deepti link goes to a different card — Just FYI.

  21. Fabulous, Gayatri! Sounds like a wonderful festival 🙂

  22. Beautiful card, happy Diwali to you

  23. A very sweet card Gayatri! Wish you and your family too a very happy diwali!

  24. Beautiful card Gayatri!! Wishing you a very Happy Diwali!

  25. oh no! The card won't load! I'm sorry!! I really wanted to see it!

  26. Nice card, love the sentiment and the bright colors.

  27. Gorgeous card. V festive looking too

  28. such a cool idea there gayatri… hope u had a great time at diwali

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