Saturday, November 20, 2010

KARTHIGAI DEEPAM

Is there any festival?......................Yeah........................These hand decorated lamps ( AHALS ) are ready to light on the festival of  KARTHIGAI DEEPAM.








My daughter is very much interested in painting.She helped me to decorate some of these lamps.Top view  of those lamps are..............










Side view of those lamps are........................










Here i have explained the procedure of decorating ahals as a mini tutorial.Hope it will be colorful and you all enjoy it


MATERIALS:


Ahals






Fabric acrylic colors






Brushes
Fabric glue






Kundhans stones.







Procedure:


Paint ahals using Fabric acrylic colors and let it to dry.








Then draw designs whatever you want using round brush and let it to dry.






Then apply Fabric glue and stick Kundhans stones.












22 comments:

anandhirajan said...

simple and useful tutorials.Apt for the season
anandhirajan

Doris Sturm said...

These are very beautiful. Do you put a candle insight?

La Vie Quotidienne said...

This must be a great deal of fun to do. They certainly are pretty.(-:

Thendral said...

Beautiful!!!

Michelle L. said...

These are so great! And your daughter is very artistic, just like her mom. I love reading about your crafts, because I don't know much about your celebrations and holidays. Thanks for the glimpses into your life!

Maite - vitoma said...

Genial!!
Bss.

kasthurirajam said...

Thank you friends

nima said...

wow...that looks lovely...

Jill said...

Your lamps are so festive and pretty. They look very fun to create!

Yasmin said...

These are so pretty .Your little girl is really talented. she so small and still has done such a good job of it.
It's the first time I seen your blog and love your crafts. You are so creative. Lovely blog.

Amanda@RelovedRubbish said...

I love your little lamps with the bright colors and sparkles! What a fun project for you and your daughter to do together. Thanks for sharing!

Jan said...

Nice work, I have looked through your recent blog posts. You have fun tutorials and I enjoy seeing the different things and lovely colors you use. Well done!

Dawn said...

What a wonderful thing for you to both do together and she(your daughter)did a great job didn't she

Love Dawn xx

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

These pieces are really pretty. How nice that your daughter can help you. She must be very creative.
Thanks for joining my site. I am looking forward to getting to know you
Maggie

Patricia Torres said...

oh lovely.. lovely!! Very pretty.. so well done!! thanks for joining the link party. :-)

MindfulMeanderer said...

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AswathiBabu said...

Hai kasthuri
very nice to see yr blog. thanks for commenting my blog. I will try this diya painting. I had bought some acrylic colours.
thanking once more for these beautiful tips....

Pavithra said...

Beautiful.. cute little hand is doing great work.

artdecodiamonds said...

Love the lamps ... very vintage looking.. great blog!

Love this vintage pendant!

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mira-arts.blogspot.com said...

Nicely decorated diays, Kasthuri. the little fingers on work has given a nice tutorial.

Anonymous said...

nice post indeed. can we use normal paints to paint the ahals instead of acrylic colours?

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