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Happy Birthday, Tejal!



It's a birthday party here in the blog world for our very dear friend Tejal :)

Not only is she an awesome craft-er, a partner in crime craft, She is my go-to-gal for anything and everything crafty. :D and I am so glad to have met her and known her for a while now.

This is for you Tejal :) Wish you a very Happy Birthday and lots of happy things in the time to come :)


So here is what I made for you...oooohh its just a sneak peak to tease you a bit :D You will have to wait to see the full reveal !


Here is the list of all the people who got together in the fun. Hop along to see the teasers :)
Asha
Erum
Karuna
Khushboo
Manasa
Priya Sondhi
Priyadarshini
Shalini
Shruti
Spardha
Ujjwal {Me}

Leave a comment on each blog and hop on to wish Tejal's blog… 

The time span for this blog hop would be from 22nd oct 00:00 hours to 26th oct 23:59 hours!!!

Have fun and lots of love :)

Comments

  1. So when are you showing the card Ujjwal-- thought you had flown off on vacation!!

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  2. That is some serious bling for a sneak peek.... Hard to come to conclusions as to what it would look like... :D

    Ash.... :)

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  3. When will you reveal that Ujjwal....soooo tempting..

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  4. Waiting to see ur creation Ujjwal

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  5. well waiting to see the whole card..am sure it would be beautiful:)

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  6. oooh!!! blue and red... u do it so well... waiting to see the whole of it soonest!!!

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  7. the card seems to have loads of bling..! looks tempting whatever i can see... waiting to see the whole of it..

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  8. I have been very busy( so whats new) again and missed this.Saw your card first and then came to this post.You guys are having so much fun and I would love to be a part ofthis blog hop whenever you decide to have next one

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  9. So nice n elegant... Totally ur style Ujjwal....

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