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A happy weekend giveaway. Three paper quilled cards.

It was in October 2006 that I started this blog. Today six years and seven hundred posts later, I am a published author of three best-selling books .

 What an amazing journey it has been for me. One part of my success is definitely attributed to my blog-readers. It was only the love that i got here, which encouraged me immensely. I have now met so many of you, made new friends and even those I haven't met, we have a  wonderful relationship, don't you think?

 As a thank you, to my readers I am giving away these three cards. (I do wish I could give one to all of you, but then I would have to make thousands!)
















Like I said before, I quill or make art, whenever I take a break from writing, Nothing gives me more happiness than sitting at my desk, creating stuff-- be it writing books, or making cards or painting. Here are three paper-quilled cards I made very recently.  They are fairly large in size (25 cms x 18 cms) and handmade paper has been used. They are blank inside and the designs are all completely original.
Did you like? :) For a chance to win these cards (3 winners will be picked) simply enter below and don't forget to leave me a comment too!


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 Happy weekend folks!

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Comments

  1. The cards are really nice i liked the 2nd one

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  2. Very beautiful :)
    Loved them all!

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  3. I am participating in this :) The cards are very lovely and elegant like you. :) I pray you get much success in your life!

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  4. The blue backdrop of second card is lovely, and love the painting-quill mix in the third! Congrats on the 6 yr anniversary! :)

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  5. Nice cards Preeti..would love to have one!

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  6. Congrats for building up a wonderful blog and thanks for the giveaway idea.love your creativity.

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  7. Congrats for building up a wonderful blog and thanks for the giveaway idea.love your creativity.

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  8. Preeti,
    awesome cards as always, and I sincerely admire your creativity!! I could not enter my comment in the sweepstakes box, so left mine here!!!
    It would be a sweet delight to get a card from you!!!!!!!
    best,
    gayu

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  9. Well.. I love all your cards.. My friends are now used to hearing about your books or you or your posts from me.. And mind you, If I win this, it'll be a wonderful birthday gift.. ;)

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  10. Hi Preeti..Love your cards as much as I love your books :)Your creativity is indeed a reflection of your beautiful heart!! Keep Smiling :)

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  11. Hi Preeti. All the 3 cards are awesome.

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  12. Hi Preeti,
    Waiting for more posts :)

    Keep the blog going.

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  13. Congrats on your milestone, I never read books but off late love to read your blog :) happy for you and glad to know someone like you who speaks your mind

    Priya
    Cook like Priya




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  14. Hey P S...!!

    Admire your love for your readers.. And really feel blessed that am part of it..:)
    All your cards are very beautiful.

    Lots of love
    Naina

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  15. Hello ma'am, it was my college junior who suggested me to read your book "Life is what you make it", when i was going through a difficult phase in my life. The book was really inspiring and i would say it a must read to any determined youngster. Gonne soon order your 34B and C and, Tea for two and a piece of cake. I watched your Tedx talk video, it was stupendous. Thank you ma'am, your a real inspiration.

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  16. Beautiful cards! Your are by far the most creative person in my friend list :)

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  17. Loved the creativity in the third card.. Awesome !! All your cards are superb <3 !!

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  18. Those are really beautiful cards... :)
    i like the 2nd and 3rd very much...

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  19. Cute cards as always! :-) thank you for being you. Inspiring, giving and adorable!

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  20. 3rd one is superb

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  21. Wow such beautiful cards! <3

    Loved the third one :)

    Keep writing!!

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  22. wowww preeti :) u ve entered the 7th year now!!! :) congrats:D:D:D i'm so happy for u:) u rock :) wishing u get more n more happiness from writing...
    thanks for addressing ur blog readers too :) i m glad i'm part of it...
    and ur cards, they are simply beautiful :)
    waiting for details about ur 4th book! ;)

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  23. Awww.....beautiful cards...all three !!! waiting for your fourth book :-)


    https://meintheblogosphere.blogspot.in

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  24. Hi Preeti...commenting here for the first time..have been reading your blog since the last three years or so..came across your site after reading your 34 bubblegums and candies...you truly inspire me in ways you would not have imagined..have read all your books..love your portraits and quilled cards..congrats and keep up the good work..Cheers!!!

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  25. Beautiful Beautiful cards. Your talent amazes me ! I love the last one with the bright yellow sun and the Kite the most ! Somehow to me It depicts positivity :)

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  27. Hey, am I too late to enter??? Are all cards gone? Can I have the cat? Please, please, please, pleeeeaaasssseee!

    After the hyper begging, am now sending heartiest congratulations, love and happiness your way. You are one of my biggest inspirations for living the life of one's choice and making; an awesome example of personal power.

    Keep rocking! :)

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  28. congratulations preety preeti:)
    lovely cards :)loads of love<3<3

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  29. I loved the 3rd one a lot...painting mixed with quilling...now datz a superb idea!!lotz of love...keep going!!:-))

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  30. Always love the cards made by you... Whenever i get a chance to own one made by you will be one of the luckiest days for me :)
    loved the 3 card :)

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  31. Hi preethi,
    Am a regular reader of your blogs..
    The best things of your card is that each one is different and has a signature in it which makes the receiver v special!

    Have a lovely day and a great week ahead!

    love,
    vidya

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  32. Beautiful cards as always, Preeti! It is so exciting that we have a chance to win one. Thank you.

    Shankari

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  33. Lovely cards! :) I can trust only you to make such beautiful and creative cards Preeti. :)
    The 3rd one is so nice, I love it the most. :)
    Hope to win these! :)

    Lots of love from your loyal reader,
    Dhriti.

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  34. Loved the third card. The design is so different from the other quilled cards.

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  35. Hi Preeti,

    Thank you for the cards,I have started reading your blog recently.two weeks before.Your blog inspire me for writing,I could feel the positive energy in you spreading to me reading your posts.
    And your art works are also fabulous.
    Keep writing and Inspire us the readers.
    Thank you again.

    with lots of love,
    Soumya P M
    Bangalore

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  36. Amazing cards :D wish i was as talented as you! Im in

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  37. Wow....as always, the cards are so nice!!

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  38. 6 years of Blogging with 700 posts and 3 best sellers and many more to follow. I wish you all the best.

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  39. Loved your cards as always!! And taking a chance to grab atleast one of them... AS ALWAYS ;)

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  40. lovely cards..sooper

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  41. Thank u ..made my Sunday morning :)

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