Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Happy New Year- beautiful balloon lights / Paper lanterns

Happy New Year!!!!!
May this coming year fill everyone's days with large doses of happiness and fun!

Here is an excellent tutorial from on how to make beautiful paper balloon lights. I used three different kinds of papers- crepe paper, wrapping paper, and torn pages from old magazines. Follow this wonderful tutorial and make your own balloon lights.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Made another quilled name-plate for my other cousin

Friday, December 4, 2009

Quilled nameplate

Made this quilled nameplate for my little cousin Devki

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Quilled first birthday card

Made this quilled card for my friend's baby who just turned one!!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Quilled butterfly

Oil painting of beagle pups

Oil painting I did of cute beagle pups

Glass painted tea-light holder

Applied gold outliner and filled in glass colors.

Quilled card

Monday, September 21, 2009

3D outliner-meenakari work on jewellery box

1)Gold 3D outliner
2)Rhinestones/Kundans etc
3)Any box to be embellished. (Paint any ordinary box with black acrylic colour)
1)Trace any design on your box
2)with 3D outliner draw out the main lines in the design
3)For the places you want to attach your kundans do the following:
a)Place an amount of 3D outliner equal to 2/3 dots i.e the size of dot shoud be 2mm thick.
b)Place your kundan gently on the blob of 3d outliner with a toothpick .(These kundans are diffiult to lift with fingers so dip your toothpick very very lightly in gum/fevicol and lift the kundan with it.)
c)Now gently press your kundan so that the blob of outliner spreads all around the kundan and when it dries it will keep the kundan in place as well as give affect of meenakari work
d)Use red and green kundans with gold outliner to give full effect of meenakari work

Thursday, September 17, 2009

How to do glass painting ,Glass painting of Ganesha


1)OHP sheet (Also called transparency sheet used for making slides)

2)Glass paint

3)fevicryl 3D outliner

4)OHP marker pen

5)Design of your choice from the net/any book


1)Draw your design on a paper/tracing paper(I traced it directly from the laptop)

2)Place OHP sheet on your design and with the marker pen, trace the design.

3)On this traced design, paint the outline with 3D outliner.

4)Let it dry for 5 min.With glass colours fill in the area within the outline.(The 3D outliner prevents colour from spreading beyond the outline)

5)Let it dry f0r 10min . Decide the size of painting (the square) and cut the rest of the sheet.

6)Get this sheet framed by a professional.They place the sheet between two glasses and frame it. So you could tell him your choice of size and he will cut the sheet himself.

Will post pictures once they r framed !!!Have fun!!


Thursday, August 13, 2009

Recycled glass -tea light candle holder

1)Any old/waste glass
2)Fevicryl 3D colours /Glass outliner in gold or metallic colours
3)Glass colour/ceramic/acrylic colour of choice
4)OHP marker/permanent marker
1)Paint your glass with choice of glass/ceramic/acrylic colour
2)Make any free-hand design with help of OHP marker pen after color dries
3)Apply 3D outliner on your design.
4)See recycled glass bottle vase for pictures

How to make recycled glass bottle vase

1)Any glass bottle
2)Fevicryl 3D colour tubes in metallic and glitter
3)OHP marker pen
4)sequins (If you want to make it more ornate)

1)Draw any simple motif on the glass bottle and repeat the design all over with an OHP marker pen(permanent marker).
2)Apply your choice of 3D colours on these motifs.
3)Add sequins etc in between the design if needed.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Purple Stocking flowers

Pot painted with ceramic powder paste

Ceramic work done on pot with the help of cone made from plastic

Friday, February 6, 2009

Globe candle

Made this one by dipping a balloon ( filled with water) in molten wax.

3D outliner on back of cell phone

my dear friend Jasleen asked me to do this on her phone ..

Lovely magazine/newspaper coasters

I love to recycle.. made these from old newspapers and magazine pages. These were inspired from some recycling- craft sites

Papier mache pumpkin

Made this paper mache pumpkin by pasting layers of newspaper on a small real pumpkin and painted with acrylic colors later