Thursday, 27 October 2011

Diwali Celebration 2011

HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL OF YOU... !!!
May millions of lamps illuminate your life
with endless joy,prosperity,health & wealth forever...


Hi Friends...

How was your Diwali.....???  Mine was pretty nice... I made Rangoli and decorated it with hand painted diyas and flowers... decorated the house with some more hand painted diyas , and Hand made Bandanwar on the Main Door, some Electric lights, candles, flowers and Hand made wall decors... I also made some traditional dishes like Dahi-Bade... Chole Bhature... Pua... Kiwi Tarts... etc. We performed a small Laxmi Pooja in our home.
I wanted to share some of my Diwali memories with you all... Hope you like them... I have also included my previous year's Rangoli photographs...

Rangoli (2011)
Rangoli (2011)
Rangoli (2010)
Rangoli (2010)
Lord Ganesha
Radha Krishna
Illuminated with Diyas


Me with my loving Husband
Celebrating Diwali .... 'The Festival of Lights'

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Hand Painted Diwali Diya Part II

 Some more hand painted  and decorated diyas...
















P.S. - For more Hand Painted Diya Ideas click here.

Hand Painted Diwali Diya Part I





Diwali is one of the biggest festival of Hindus & it is celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness. Diwali is popularly known as the "festival of lights". It involves the lighting of small clay lamps ( Diya in Hindi ) filled with oil to signify the triumph of good over evil. This year Diwali is on 26th of October and everyone is busy in its preperation.... I bought some plain clay diyas and painted them with different colours and then decorated them with stones and glitter powder. Hope you all like them....
















P.S. - For more Hand Painted Diya Ideas click here.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

My First Quilled Creation



This quilled art on Crafts, Kids, Quilling  inspired my creativity to design an identical copy of it . The diversity of bright colours in it with varied designs is mesmerizing. The details of grass, leaves and flowers are extraordinary. 

Its my first quilled art. I have used 5mm and 3mm wide stripes for this project.