Box cards using Craftangles ‘Rakshabandhan’ stamps.

Hello!
I’m back with some more Rakhi cards today!! 
I just can’t get enough of the newly released ‘Happy Rakshabandhan’ stamps from Craftangles!
I decided to make a couple of box cards using the Lawn Fawn scalloped box die.
Box cards using Craftangles 'Rakshabandhan' stamps. 1

I decided to shake things up a bit and make a card for a sister instead of a brother! 
So I took part of the sentiment from the Craftangles ‘Happy Rakhi’ stamp set and added the sister die cut (from Simon Says Stamp) to complete it. I just love the way it turned out!
The beautiful patterned paper is actually wrapping paper from Mandalay fine stationery..gorgeous 
isn’t it?

Box cards using Craftangles 'Rakshabandhan' stamps. 2
For the second card, I’ve repeated the same sentiment and stencilled the white panels using the Craftangles ‘Mandala’ stencil and Memento inks. I added some self adhesive rhinestones for some bling.

Box cards using Craftangles 'Rakshabandhan' stamps. 3

Box cards using Craftangles 'Rakshabandhan' stamps. 4
I hope these cards have excited you and inspired you to try out the Craftangles ‘Rakhi’ stamp sets!
Have fun!
Thanks for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani
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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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