About the Auhor
I have always been crafty (in a non-mean way). I think I get it from my Aai (Mom). I grew up seeing her create everything from simple rag dolls to quilts, baskets and everything in between. Through school and college I used all opportunities to learn different crafting techniques and in the later years did dabble in a few myself. At first I made jewelry and home decor projects.
It was in 2014 that I discovered paper crafting/card making and it had me hooked. I fell in love with creating a small piece of pretty and making someone smile with that. Never looked back.
Crafting supplies have always been somewhat expensive and 2020 added many twists with shipping delays, availability issues, and of course affordability. I decided to do something to help my fellow crafters continue their passion against all these odds. That’s why I started offering digital stamps and cut files on my blog – VaradaSharma.com as well as on Etsy.
2022 added many personal challenges for me, including recurring health issues, leading me to journaling. Now I am working on offering pretty printable planner journals and other goodies in my stores. I am also working on designing physical items like mugs, totes, tee shirts, and more which are available in my new Etsy store. Lots of exciting things coming up.
I adore the community we have built here and am so grateful to Kanan for having me as a guest designer. It’s an absolute delight and honor to design for a dear friend. I wish her many successes in her crafty adventures. 🙂
Big hugs! ~Varada
Step into a world of enchantment and beauty with our newest handmade card design that will leave you in awe! Prepare to be captivated by the extraordinary techniques showcased in this exquisite creation. We are thrilled to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the incredibly talented Varada, who has graciously shared her remarkable talent with us in this cascading floral masterpiece. So, take a moment to unwind and immerse yourself in the artistry as Varada guides us through the enchanting process of her incredible creation.
Be sure to give her a follow (links below) and show some love in the comments! And tell us, what did you think of this incredible piece of art? Which technique or element did you like the most?