With this post, we start featuring works by some of our visitor friends… Gautami from Florida had sent me pictures of her polymer clay jewelry collection. Such a lovely collection… I wanted to feature all of them… here are a select few.Read More »
A quilling photo frame can be a beautiful piece of gift for any occasion. All you need is card board...
Here is a tutorial on making tiny lucky hearts using patterned paper. These can be converted into cu...
A tutorial on making some lovely seashell magnets with Valentines Day theme has been showcased here....
A few types of quilling hearts have been showcased here. This is just an idea of the various pattern...
Quick to make heart cake toppers can add more charm to your Valentines day celebrations! These toppe...
We begin our valentines day crafts with these pretty pair of heart bead earrings made using acrylic ...
Ridiculously easy tutorial on how to make hoop earrings using beads… enjoy!!! You ought to love beads!! I bought these pretty yellow beads from etsy.com and the white crystal beads from RS Shopping Adyar, Chennai…the two are definitely made for each other 🙂Read More »
A rich and dignified piece of jewelry using coral beads is what we would be making today. This coral beads necklace requires just a few basic techniques of beading.Read More »
Here is a beading project using white crystal beads and acrylic pillow beads. This beads bracelet is our first project with screw clasps.Read More »
This pair of semi-precious hoop earrings are made using jade beads.Read More »
A simple embellished card made using acrylic decor. A friend got these acrylic decor pieces which look like little drops of dew… I have been waiting to try them and here is my first project with these decor pieces.Read More »
Here is a simple project of stringing wooden and acrylic beads in red and dark peach colors to make a beads necklace.Read More »
You can make a pair of elegant pink jhumkas with bright magenta beads and silver spacer beads. Let’s quickly head over to the tutorial!!Read More »
A semi-circular kundan rangoli mat is made using white and red rhinestones, some paisley shaped embellishments and a transparent plastic sheet (OHP Sheet).Read More »
This tutorial shows how a quilled paisley pattern pendant can be done. Quilling strips available for making jewellery have been used for this pendant. (Bought from : Ananda stationery, Adyar Chennai), And as always, steps in detail can be seen as you scroll down!Read More »
Here is how you can use rhinestones and acrylic colors to decorate a pot made of clay… It is a simple project…I have chosen the color, pattern and way of decorating the pot purely based on the shape of my pot. You can get creative and try with different patterns depending on the shape of your pot – let us head over to the rhinestone pot decor tutorial!Read More »
Few days back we featured a tutorial on how a coaster can be made using clay. Here is another tutorial on similar lines… this is a colorful clay coaster made using air dry terracotta clay.Read More »
Sometime back, I was telling you about a craft exhibition organized by Dastkar… I bought two small butterflies made out of clay at this fair. These butterflies each was prices at about ten bucks (Rupees) and I had to buy them. There is a small loop made out of metal at the back with which these butterflies can be hung to make pretty pieces of decor. So here we are about to see how to make clay butterfly decor.Read More »
This clay owl coaster tutorial post is a little special to me. This is the first post by a guest contributor on this site… and who is this guest contributor you ask?! Just like me, he has a deep interest in arts and crafts and has been a closet artist for long. My continuous nagging has finally brought one of his art projects to light… our latest guest contributor – my dearest husband !! This coaster has been made using air dry terracotta clay. He had bought this in Ananda stationery, Adyar Chennai.Read More »
Here is a colorful birthday card made with supplies that are easily available. And making this caard takes less than half hour…so that’s pretty cool too!!Read More »