Sunday 8 September 2013

Name Plague

Hi Friends.

I, Shalini Pahwa, is presenting to you my post for the month – "Name Plague".

It is said that a person’s name always remain his or her best friend throughout his life. Because “the name” would not leave him, whatever the circumstances. The word that a person listens most often throughout his life is his name. While he is just an infant, he listens to it from his mother. This sweet voice makes the most lasting impression on his mind. While he grows up, his friends, his peers, his spouse, his kids and even his enemies call him by the same name. His name sticks on to him, even after his death. Today I intend to celebrate this “NAME” with my creation.

Since the name is SO SO important for everyone, we need to make it your best word and your pride. That’s exactly what I have created – A NAME PLAGUE which celebrates this most important word in your life.

The name is created out of MDF board, cut in an artistic fashion and coloured using acrilic colour. The words are then pasted on a hard board or sun board which is pre-covered with a combination of DCWC pattern papers. Then I cut  cage or butterfly from Die-Version die and Spellbinders die depending on your creative preference and what image do you intent to give to the plague.

 The bottom part of the board is covered with a row of mulberry flowers and a multi colored ribbon. Below the board is hung a few tags on which sentiment and your favorite photos can be pasted.

The plague can be hung on your room’s entry with a ribbon or pasted on top of your study or your cupboard with a double sided tape.

Since I have created this plague for my daughter, I have used lots of pink and purple color which is her favourite. You may use a different color and charms depending on whom you are making this plague.

This could be one of the most rememberable personalized gift that you can give to your loved ones. That too of the word which is most important in his or her life.

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Supplies used here:
DCWC pattern paper
Martha Stewart Punch
Spellbinder Dies: Wings of Hope, Blossom Three
Die-Version Die: Gaden Gazebo
Mulberry flowers
Kaisercraft Stamp: Today
TimHoltz Distress Ink: Festive Berries

I hope you all will like my work and don't forget to participate the September Challenge#12 ---321

Happy Crafting!!!
Have A Nice Day!!!


  1. Lovely colors. Loved the way mulberry flowers are placed. Very cute.

  2. very nice, love the butterflies and cage the flowers are beautiful, nice job!!!!!

  3. Very pretty.I am sure your daughter would have been over the moon with this.Flowers,butterflies,pink,what's not to love? :-)

  4. What a lovely Name plate Shalini ..really like the way you have used those flower's and your dies sure you daughter must be proud to have something this beautiful in her room :)


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