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    Intricate Flower Art Handmade Paper Greeting Card - Single Piece

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    Common card making materials include cardboard, stencils, markers, tissue paper, glue, rulers and t-shirts, foil, glitter, beads, ribbons, and paper embossing, and die-cutting machines. Other materials that can be used to make cards include staples, eyelets, tea bags, and buttons.

    Here are the tools and raw materials used to paint Madhubani: Craft paper or canvas: This is the base material used for painting.

    The most popular choice is cardboard, a good thick paper specially made for making cards. All craft stores have cardboard and there is usually a lot of variety.

    Madubani's paintings use two-dimensional images, and the colours used are derived from plants. Madubani's paintings are well defined and characterised by a figure with bulging corns and a pointed nose. The subject of these paintings usually includes natural elements such as fish, parrots, elephants, turtles, sun, moon, bamboo and lotus.

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