Friday, November 21, 2014

Name Board

This nameboard was done for one of my close friend to be gifted for her daughter's Bday.Hope they like it :)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

DIT - Wool Lamp

What you need:
Cotton Wool-4 (4x 18):72 Rs
Revive Fabric Stiffener:150 Rs
Beach ball-1 :Cost :99Rs
Light set-85 Rs(Got it from a nearby electrical Shop)

How to do ?

1.Soak the cotton wool in Fabric Stiffener
2.Roll Over the wool all over the Ball
3.Allow it to dry for 36 hours
4.Try to remove the air from the ball
5.Make a hole using scissors
6.Remove the ball through the hole
7.Insert the light Set through the hole and hang it

Always try to soak the wool fully in the stiffener so that it sticks well to the ball.

Never Try to apply the the stiffener over the woolen will be a messy work

Beach ball would be the best optiont use as if you use a balloon instead, it loosens the air after a day and the shape of the lamp changes.So better go for a beach ball.It worked well.I got this one from Hypercity(Kundalahalli)

For the Wool ,there are n number of quality wools available in the market.I got this one for 18 bugs in BEML Layout.

Here when i had a shortage of Stiffener i used (Fevicol+Water+Cornstarch) to patch up :)

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Name Plate for my house

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Thoranam for my new Home

Thoranam for my new Home

I was constantly looking for a Thoranam for our new house but could not find one.Then finally it struck me to do one by my own.I started to google on how to do a Thoranam and there i got to see Rashmi s Work on a ton.
Inspired by her work i started to do one on my own.
Here is my alterned version of How to do a Thoranam
Fabric glue
Kundan Stones
Punching Machine
Felt cloth Red and Green Colour
Black Rope

1.Cut the cardboard pieces in which ever shape u like.
2.Using the handmade paper roll the cardboard ,cut and paste it using fevicol
3.For decorating,i used felt cloth,kundan stones,pearls,Ganesha sticker,chumkis
4.The holes were made using punching machine
5.Finally have joined all the pieces using a black rope

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Terracotta Jewellery

 Terracotta  Jhumkas