Build-A-Flower Carnation,Shop Altenew at the Arts, Crafts & Sewing store, Free Shipping on eligible items, Save on everyday low prices.Carnation Build-A-Flower, Layering Stamps, Size 6" x 8",Altenew Build-A-Flower: Carnation.
Altenew Build-A-Flower: Carnation, Layering Stamps, Size 6' x 8'. Shop Altenew at the Arts, Crafts & Sewing store. Free Shipping on eligible items. Save on everyday low prices.. This special product is only sold as a set, not individually. . Build-A-Flower: Carnation Layering Guide Our Build-A-Flower: Carnation set includes 1 stamp set (13 images) and 1 coordinating die set (5 dies). The meaning of carnation includes fascination, distinction, and love, and its use in art and decor dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times. With their ruffled appearance and classic beauty, these flowers possess a charm and allure that continues to captivate people around the globe. Alongside the multi-step carnation, we have included two-step leaves, berries, and a cluster of tiny flowers that can be used as filler images for your flower arrangements! The set also includes three kindness sentiments that are great for any occasion. Dimensions: The largest die measures about 2.94" x 2.35" while the smallest die measures about 1.04" x 1.16". This special product is only sold as a set, not individually. . . .
To promote the study, practice and advancement of dermatology.
To engage in community service and give back to the community.
Indian Women's Dermatologic Association (IWDA)
In 2006, when Dr Rashmi Sarkar visited San Francisco as an invited speaker for the 63rd Annual AAD she joined the Women's Dermatologic Society (WDS). She has been strongly associated with WDS since then and has served as advisor, chair and co-chair of the International Affairs Committee of WDS since 2011. The first WDS Networking Reception at New Delhi on Nov 1st 2009 became the stepping stone of IWDS, this was immediately after Dr Rashmi Sarkar co-hosted the WDS networking reception during International Congress of Dermatology in 2009 in Prague along with Dr Jean Bolognia and Dr Amy Paller.