LiTtLe SpAcE fOr MiNe...

"Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom." -Marcel Proust

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Images created in Adobe photoshop

All the images are created by using Photoshop tools some years back... People who love creativity will stick on this software as I did, very interesting and playful while I was creating it and also remixed some of my childhood and family pictures.



Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Pictures drawn in MS paint

 Below floral images are drawn in MS paint long years back,
 Its like a freehand drawing,
with some patience anyone can drawn pictures like these... 

This Kangaroo drawn by my sister
How it looks? looking nice na?


Saturday, 14 February 2015

Handwork on kurtha

This is my son's kurta in panchakatcham set (dhoti type)
As I love this turquoise or ramar blue colour very much we immediately bought it for marriage function, but its plain without anywork so I did few works on collar part, button work and small motif on it, as he is very small too much of work is inconvenient for him...
how it looks now?



Thursday, 5 February 2015

Aarathi plates

In some hindu marriage rituals, aarathi plates has a significant place. On the muhurtham/wedding day, the bridegroom has been welcome by taking aarathi before he enters into the marriage hall. mostly it comes on the counts in odd numbers such as 11, 21,51 etc... usually it done by the bride's relatives. Includes the count, three plates are compulsory which are the plate with betel leaves mixed in sunnambu and water along with camphor, then rice balls mixed with turmeric and sunnambu(quick lime), kumbam (coconut and mango leaves kept in the pot decorated with thread) .after the each aarathi , the bridegroom will give gift to every one who taken the aarathi.
Here I posted the decorative plates which did by me with help of my sister. The same plates which we used for my sister's marriage also...out of 21 plates we did 9 + 3. as it was time consuming we hired rest of them
really its nice to use our own creations during those times...isn't it ?



Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Diya Decoration

We can turn out the ordinary diya into the grand one with colours and kundans. Here I decorated the five  in one diya which I bought it in temple kolu in my native place every year.
very happily light the lamps and placed it centre of rangoli in my house entrance :-)