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I made these last night on the back of my old business cards. More of these to come soon. :-)

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  1. Lostworld: omg! I just turn around to edit the post, seconds after publishing and you're already there with a comment! Thank you! :)

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  2. It is awesome ... :) ..spl the first one.."When I think of U Mondays turns into Fridays"...love this....

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  3. chooo chweeettttt!! very very cute!! waiting for more of these!!

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  4. How cute!! :)

    New way to make the back of business cards interesting :P

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  5. Varsh: Thanks --But you cannot give them to all then :)

    Chandni: thank you!!

    Prabodh: thanks :-) I too liked that one :) and the stars one too :) More to follow :)

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  6. Awwww........So cute......Your husband must be on top of the world when you gave him this......esp the last one :))

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  7. Last one is sooo lovely :)

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  8. Sweeetttt:-)!!!! U knw I have an old[and I mean really old] archies card with a pretty girl saying almost the same wordings on the last pic.

    Waiting for the rest!!!!!

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  9. very sweet and cute ones :)

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  10. That's lovely.
    Another artistic act
    :)

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  11. Shiva: Thank you :)

    Reflections: Is it?!! And here I was feeling very proud of my originality :)

    Sundari: Thanks :)

    Rujuta: Well--they can be from anyone to a loved one (not ncessarily for 'husband' only!).It can also be from a mother to her child..Or it can be about a friend you like a lot..or it can be about a passion that you think about a lot like an Art..It can also be about someone you idolise. (somehow i hate the boxed in terms like 'husband' and 'wife' and 'boyfriend' and 'girlfriend'..conjures up such limiting stereotyped images! :P) :-)

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  12. Life begins: Thank you :)

    Sucheta: i can't sing to save my life :) I only show off stuff I am good at :-) Thanks :)

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  13. oh u ought to be proud of the originality... cos she said similar not same :) this one is super cool :) yup - waitin 4 more... 1st n 3rd were my fav :):):)

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  14. very cute :)
    ur such a creative person.

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  15. Great stuff Preeti :)

    Wonder how you think of such things!!!

    Cheers,

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  16. palsworld: :-) Dunno--ideas sometimes come pouring in torrents and i catch them all fast before they vanish :-)

    Guru: thank you! A really wonderful compliment that I cherish!

    Sulo: why, thank you! I liked the stars one :-) and first on too :-) U're really encouraging!

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  17. Ok......ok....i take back :))
    They are really lovely......
    Hats off to you....you are truly very creative and gifted....i cant draw to save my life :(( m like the teachers in Taare Zameen Par who cant draw ......hehehhe

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  18. Rujuta: Oh no--was just clarifying :) thank you so much for words of encouragement!

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  19. super cute!! now i know what to do with my old business cards as well...

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  20. Awwwww :) Thats very cute :) I hope you have more & more fridays in your life and also more & more stars to give to your loved one :)

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  21. so very cute, preeti...loved the second one, perfect for my 7yrold :)

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  22. so very cute, preeti...loved the second one, perfect for my 7yrold :)

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  23. Awww so cute :)

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  24. Simple thoughts expressed very well. Are you goint to print them on business cards or is it just for keeps.

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  25. i loved the last one! :) :)
    soooooooooo romantic!!

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  26. W.O.W

    Simply amazing ..very creative!! ;)

    Absolutely loved it!! :D

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  27. Anusha: Thank you!! :-)

    Mamta: heheheh yes--last one is a little mushy-mushy :P I liked the stars one better :P

    Asha: Guess what--i have received enquiries for turning them into mini paintings! Delighted with the response these have got!Will not be pritning them, but would probably see as mini pics--they will make a great gift.

    Mridula; thank you!! Loved ones :-)We are so blessed to have them in our life.

    Bedazzled: :-)

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  28. They are absolutely marvellous. ANd great to hear about you making mini paintings out of them.
    Patent them :P

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  29. Miera: Thank you! Yes :) that's why I have put a copyright and have signed it :)

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  30. And they were so good! I've never heard them before, and they sound so originally good :D

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  31. Wow Preeti..they are all good.. liked them all..Some similar ones just popped up in my mind.. I would like to make them for my daughter, will write them before i forget.. :)

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  32. I guess these cards are not too old.

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  33. Who am I: No, not old at all.

    Monali: would love to see if you share.

    Tranquility speaks: i would have been disappointed if you had heard them before :) I did think of them myself :) Thank you :)

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  34. Very sweet n mushy. reminded me of the Love is cartoon strip.i used to collect them from TOI every day painstakingly ages ago (some10-11 yrs back). look forward to more such love notes.

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  35. First time here...And this was the best welcome post ever. :)

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  36. Awww, so cute...and so orginal, I especailly liked the first one, Monday turns to Friday...

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  37. M,Sindhu,Fay, starry: A big thank you!

    Momo's ma: Satish used to collect all the nice ones for me and used to give them to me :) This was before the days of the Internet. :)

    CG: Welcome to my blog :) and happy u liked :)

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  38. I was thinking more in the terms of Great minds think alike[u can bet the archies guys wd have happily borrowed it from inspirational quote somewhere];-D

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  39. Very simple, very affective. I love it. I would like to see some more please

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  40. sure.. here it goes.. this one is for my 7 year old daughter..
    1. Luv you..
    a winking face..
    You make me a proud mother..
    2. face with eyes looking at the sky...
    Thank you god..
    for this wonderful kid..

    look forward to see some more from you..

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  41. Monali: :-) Very sweet :-) I will post more. I have made about 30 and i keep making them!

    Tim: Thank you. I will upload more.

    Reflections: I like the way you think ;-) :-)

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  42. aww so very cute preeti loved them

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  43. Very very cute. Love the third one a lot..it is sooo me :)

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  44. Very sweet......

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