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Alphabet Flash Cards!

Happy New Year to you all! I hope you had terrific holidays and a great start to a brand new year!
I had a bitter sweet end to 2012. On one hand my daughter turned 6 months old and on the other my husband fell sick and is still recovering. That's one of the reasons I haven't been around much here.


Anyways, I thought I start the new year on the blog with a super sweet kid's project that I did recently and loved it.

I made these fun little alpha flash cards for a 3 year old :)


And here are some of my favorites from the pack

The birds are from Varna's Stamp Set and they are super cute :)
 
 The fishes are from a Hero Arts Stamp Set

 I hand drew the Popsicle and part of cone. The scoop on the top is a Unity stamp
 
The tree and the grass are from a Lawn Fawn Stamp set and the monkey is from My Cute Stamps.

I hand drew the nest :)

I doodled the back side of each card to represent numbers, colors and shapes. The alphas are Echo Park stickers and I used a lot of different stamps and hand drawn images to finish this project.

I got these flash cards laminated and rounded the corners so they will safe to play with. These alphabet flash cards were so much fun to make and they make a great gift for little kids. 

I am entering this project in the following challenges:

Crafters Corner's Challenge#4 - Anything but a card or a LO
 and 
 Young Crafter's Unite Challenge#17 - Something Sweet 


I hope you liked this project! I have some more cute projects in the pipeline, so stay tuned! And if you would like to receive regular/daily updates, do subscribe to my FB page. I am there almost everyday :D

See ya soon again! 

Comments

  1. OMG this is so original, cute and clever!! A definite winner. Who would think of making flash cards? AWESOME!!
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  2. This is absolutely amazing.. I am working on something like this for Deetya too... But yours is way too awesome... love love love the doodled nest!

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  3. doodled the nest!!!.. I am speechless.. this is gorgeous :)

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  4. Super cute flash cards.. this is fab idea to gift a small school going kid! Love it :)

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  5. i will join LKG again.. i want this book..!!

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  6. Omg This is just Brilliant work Ujjwal ...the doodled nest is Too Awesome for words ...heck each and every page left me speechless ..What A fabulous original concept and created so perfectly too :)
    Thank you so much for Playing along Crafter's Corner #4 and Best of luck ;)

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  7. I remember making a set on request from khuasli's nursery class teacher..... That was 2 years back...... Your's is stunning ! Love the doodling !

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  8. These Flash Cards are super cool Ujjwal! So much hard work and the result is absolutely awesome.

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  9. Awe! this is fabulous.... i knw i have to make this too for a frd :D

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  10. This is one project I have been waiting for.You really made it beautifully.I am sure the kid must be thrilled.

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  11. Such a cute set Ujjwal..I have been waiting for this post ever since I saw the sneak peek on fb. I am not surprised that you hand-drew many of the pages. You are capable of doing ANYTHING!!! You completely rock with your ideas girl!!

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  12. very creative n innovative....just love it....showed it to my little one...n he just wants it now......superlike for the flash cards.....

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  13. hey Ujjwal,
    A very happy new year to u too....
    Must say loved this one to core .. M definatelt going to make this one for my lil one. She will be two and will need one very soon ....

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  14. Creativity at its best!

    Ash... :)

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  15. I am sure the kid will be very happy to have such book !I loved every page and you doodling is mind blowing !

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  16. Such a of effort and mind blowing results!! Fabulous fabulous stuff!

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  17. Awesome idea..Excellent...speechless...Thank You for joining the crafters corner challenge#4

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  18. Its so pretty. I love this.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in

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  19. Wow - what a cute project - LOVE the idea and how well you made it!

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  20. Happy New Year and you know what the kid love these flash cards. Ever Since Tejas got the Flash Cards(which arrived exactly on 31st Dec 2013), he is showing them to everyone and has already kept it in his school bag to show his teacher.

    Thanks a lot for your hard work.

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  21. amazing.....i have never seen such beautiful flash cards...they are so innovative and absolute gorgeous....thanks for playing with us at crafters corner Challenge no # 4 - Anything but not a Card or Layout ....wish you all the best
    www.crfaterscorner.in
    www.crafterscornerindia.blogspot.in

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  22. Such a adorable one .. so much of work effort :)

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  23. this is sooo awesome and congrats for winning in Crafters corner challenge.... :)

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