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Mixed media Monogram

I'm back with anoother creation and I know that I have been telling myself this time and again, to keep my blog updated, but things are still a little topsy tuvey at my end!!! A couple of trips back home and then my falling ill and then my little one, I'm still getting back on the track!

We just recently celebrated our little one's first birthday, which was not very elaborate, but kind of slow show!!!! Hence most of the last fortnight went in planning and executing our little affair for our little one!!! Will definitely share up the pictures soon of the party! Here's what I made for my little one, a pretty Monogram for her, and which can act as a nameplate too!!!

There is no denying the fact that turquoise is my fav color and I just simply love working with this little happiness bundle!

Here are some of the closer pics!!!

 Now that's a sweet little angel for my little angel!!!


I hope you liked my first creation for my little bundle of happiness and needless to say, that there will be many more!!!

Putting this up for the following challenges!


  1. What a gorgeous monogram, Manu. Those flowers ad all your embellishing looks just superb! What a precious gift for your baby daughter !!
    Thank you for playing along Lulupu Challenge #41 and Best of luck!

  2. Love this altered monogram! Sheer gorgeousness! Thank you so much for joining us at Lulupu-Kids play challenge!

  3. Adorable creation, Manu. Thank you so much for joining us at Lulupu Kid's challenge

  4. This is just so beautiful Manu. My fav colours too. Although she may not understand yet, I'm v sure its something she will love and treasure soon. Hugs. Thank you for sharing your creation with us at Lulupu.


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