Friday, November 30, 2012

Glass Painting

This is one of the glass paintings from my mother's hobby classes.
This has been prepared by kids of around 10-12 age group (I guess).

Fevicryl Hobby Ideas glass painting colors have been used.

It is very quick and easy to create.
It looks beautiful, though this particular is not framed when clicked.
I apologize for the poor image quality...(it was clicked months back)

Hope you liked it...

Keep Smiling,

Quilled Ganesha


Here is my further experiment with Quilling, tried to make Ganesha,
End result is satisfactory, m not very happy with it. But its OK....I will learn with practice.. ;-)

Entering this to following challenges:

ICR Challege (ICRC23)

Oh..Well I forgot to mention one very important thing about this creation. The Pink colored handmade paper is lterally "hand made" by me n my sis at my home....!! Amazing na..!!!

[One small confession: she created it, n I was learning ;-) ]

If anybody is interested, I will be happy to  share the tutorial.

Thank you for stopping by,


Friday, November 23, 2012

Quilling Card

This is my first attempt with Quilling...
Its a lovely art and I am simply in love with it...
Lots of things to learn and create...
Starting with this one, a sweet and simple card...

A plain baby pink drawing sheet has been used as card stock, some simple flower stampings and a hand written sentiment...!!

Submitting this to Itsy Bitsy K-I-S-S Challenge

Thanks for stopping by...


Sunday, November 18, 2012

Sanskar Rangoli

This is rangoli created during this year's Diwali.
The beauty of this year's creation was, that we created it together (all three ladies at our floor)

Initially I planned to create something different, but this was the fastest that can be done with kids running around..

Hope you like it...!!!

Diwali Craft

This DIya is created by 2-3 years olds at their nursery class for diwali craft.
Only scribbling by crayons must have been done by them, yet these crations are precious for parents like me...!!!

While I m posting kiddo is sitting beside me and saying..."ye to maine banaya tha...!!!" :-)


Tuesday, November 6, 2012


Here is the snap of mehndi on my hand (created by myself) during the festival of Karwachouth this year.


Friday, November 2, 2012

Traditional Ghadoli - Punjabi wedding.

Ghadoli is the term used for a small water pot, which is filled and carried by bride/groom's sister in law. This water is used to take bath after the haldi ceremony in a traditional north Indian wedding.

This is a typical ritual in all Punjabi weddings and was done with full dhol dhamaal in my sister's wedding as well. Here is the picture of the ghadoli that we decorated for our dear would be bride...

A plain steel matki was transformed into a beautiful ghadoli...thanks to the creative souls at my home :-)