Friday, 29 November 2013

A piece of my work!


Passion for art and craft has always driven me to try something new. Ever since I was a child, I used to make crafty stuff for our home and my family. Infact, I was given paints and crafts material on my birthday as presents..imagine!!!!
And now I want to take this love a step further, and so,  I have decided to showcase my work.

Today I will be sharing few designs of money envelopes made by me. Looking forward for your support!!!!

Well this is just a sneak peek...See the whole variety of designs here. Wedding season in India is approaching, so show some love and SHOP SHOP SHOP! And gift your friends and relatives in these hand-crafted money envelopes to leave an ever-lasting impression on the host/ guests.



Sunday, 17 November 2013

Say hello to the newly weds ;)

Hi there!

Terracotta always attracts me towards itself. I have a weakness for the fabulous things that are being made of this gorgeous red sand. They add perfect ethnic and warm touch to your garden and completely gels with the gorgeous greens of the plants.
Latest addition to my terracotta animal kingdom is this beautiful couple that we will call Mr. and Mrs. Snail.[The taller one is the Mister and the other smaller one is his Missus.]. Earlier I had a family of turtles bossing around in the garden, but now we have got them new neighbours.
Turtle family having their zen moment:)

Now I just hope, that these three naughty turtles do not take advantage of sober family of Snails and bully them.

Let see, who will be the next to enter in our very own animal kingdom. Do you also have a soft corner for terracotta and quirky planters? Share you love in the comments section.

                                                            MUCH LOVE


Monday, 11 November 2013

Some ethnic Love from Jaipur to my home


A trip to Jaipur recently, led us to do a lot of shopping since we were there for a wedding function of a distant relative. Jaipur is a phenomenal city where inspiration is present in abundance. The city is superbly gorgeous with blues, pinks and other brights being a part of there decor. From jewellery to home decor items at a very reasonable rates, this city has it all.
Step into the local market and you can find plethora of shops selling gorgeous blue pottery, carved wooden furniture and antiques at very very reasonable rates.[Approximately 1/3rd of the rates we find on various online websites selling the same stuff.]
We shopped at the government run handloom store and as soon as we entered, we were lost.... the store was full of lovely jharokas, furnitures, mirrors and what not. We were like a bunch of small kids in a candy shop who wants to buy every single thing.
Have a look at some of the ethnic stuff we got from Jaipur.

We got a pair of these carved wooden side tables for our living room.

                                            This set of wooden chair and table now adorns my room.

                                          Look at these turtle stools...they were love at first sight.

                                                   Can you spot my lovely little jharokhas?

                                                                  Pardon the messy room!

    Hello Loves! Their were plenty of options for jharoka designs, but we got a pair of these cuties. By the way, this wall clock is brought from an online store, but they also sourced it from Rajasthan.

                                             Perfect location for my morning cuppa!!

Have you ever been to Rajasthan? Do tell me your experience in the comments section below?

                                                                        MUCH LOVE