Friday, February 22, 2013

Storage For Bangles-4

My previous posts on Storage solutions for bangles are here:

This time, I am showing you a leather case for storing Bangles.

This is a smaller sized one. Bigger sized(longer) and one having two rows are also available.
Inside it is padded with velvet or suede or felt. The separators (round disks you can see) are removable and one can place them as per ones needs. I feel this one is good for bangles made of gold and other precious materials. It is easy to carry in travels. 

So if one is going for a marriage in some distant place, one can carry the required bangles in this case.

Remember the jewellery case I posted about in one of my previous posts?

Here it is. Bangles as well as other jewellery can also be stored and carried. 

Well  that's all for now. Watch out for more in my next posts.....

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Recycled Crafts-Clock

Clock From Recycled Materials

Though I recycle so many materials and make many articles, I don't find time to share all of them with you. Here are my previous posts on Recycled Crafts:

This time, I share with you a clock made from recycled materials.
This clock was actually made by my brother and it was entirely his idea except for the face of the clock which is a recycled wedding card.

The clock kit is available in the market which includes the arms of the clock. This one is battery operated. The face of the clock is recycled Wedding Card with Ganesha. Entire card was used as it was sturdy enough. This was my idea. 

The numbers came from an old calender. The face of the clock was covered with acetate sheet. Apart from that, pieces of thermocol  were used as the frame on the back side for sticking the wedding card as well as for hiding the clock machine. 

So this is one way to use the wedding cards.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Bindi-The Forehead Art


I am back with some more designs. 
You can see the oval, melon seed and paisley designs combined with dots, crescent half moon) and other shapes.  
Some more of the designs here. This also contains, the Kalyana Tilakam (Bindi worn by the bride) with variations.
The swan is one of my favourites. Hope you like my Bindi designs. Do try them. Some may be big which suit for bigger and round faces. Some may be suitable for party or special occasions  But do try them and see.

Please let me know if you have any comments and suggestions or queries. They are always welcome.

Many more designs to come in my next posts...keep a watch