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    Intricate Flower Art Handmade Paper Greeting Card - Single Piece


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    SKU: SDJ/172/2

    An array of beautiful and intricate designs made with delicate flowers and grasses. Write your words of love and joy in these gorgeous handmade flower card. It is individually handcrafted and has one envelope for card. Shop at India's most trusted and reviewed online store for authentic handmade products handpicked from all across India. Shipped Worldwide. Free Shipping. COD is available.

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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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