Category: Festival Decor

The Festival Color Palette
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by on October 4, 2018October 4, 2018

The Festival Color Palette

This post is announcing the color palette that I have chosen for the festival season, the upgrades that I plan to do and also the philosophy that I am applying this year to my festival celebrations.  Festivals are a big deal for me, I think every festival season I repeat it so many times that...

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Good Homes Magazine Feature – December 2017
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by on January 16, 2018August 16, 2018

Good Homes Magazine Feature – December 2017

Another magazine feature that is also super special – Good Homes Magazine. I have styled a table for two and four before and had never really done an elaborate dinner party table. So when I was asked if I could do one, I jumped at the opportunity. The decision-making process in my head is so...

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Water Lamp
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by on October 16, 2017September 14, 2018

Water Lamp

This post is about how you can make a lamp out of a glass bowl and a few things that you may have lying around the house. Things you will need to make water Lamp:- A Transparent Glass bowl Pebbles (colored or natural) Water Cotton Wicks Plastic sheet (can be cut from a restaurant takeout...

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DIY: Jam bottle Lantern with Glittery Sand
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by on October 14, 2017September 14, 2018

DIY: Jam bottle Lantern with Glittery Sand

This post is about how you can make your own outdoor lantern using things you already have at home. This Jam bottle hanging lantern will look good during the day and at night.  Things you will need for making colored sand:- Sand Sieve Watercolors Empty Jam Bottles Plastic sheet to dry the sand Small bowl to...

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DIY: Clay Lotus Candle Holder
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by on October 13, 2017September 14, 2018

DIY: Clay Lotus Candle Holder

This post is about how you can make your own Lotus Candleholder using air dry clay. This the also the first post by Padma who is a part of Team Preethi Prabhu.  Ma’am (Preethi Prabhu) is the inspiration for all my DIY’s. An idea that runs through my mind, I share it with her and...

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5 Ways to have a Safe and Sustainable Diwali
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by on October 13, 2017August 16, 2018

5 Ways to have a Safe and Sustainable Diwali

This post is about how you can have a Safe and sustainable Diwali, have a ball without spending a lot of money. Also in the process you will be an Earth Warrior and save the planet from the comfort of your home.  1. Switch to oil diyas. Apart from being one of the safest ways to...

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The Science Behind Diwali
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by on October 11, 2017September 14, 2018

The Science Behind Diwali

This post is on some of my findings about the non spiritual & non mythological reason behind the celebration of Diwali. While I am not claiming that it is one hundred percent accurate, it surely felt logical to me. Read on coz I am talking pure science here.  I am a strong believer that our...

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Dasara 2017
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by on October 9, 2017September 14, 2018

Dasara 2017

This post is about my Dasara Celebrations for the the year, the open house I hosted for my Instagram followers in my studio. You can also read about my Dasara dolls display and what it means to me.  I am still not over my Dasara Celebrations and the joy it brought, that writing a post...

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Get The Home Festival Ready – part 1
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by on August 28, 2017September 14, 2018

Get The Home Festival Ready – part 1

This is a 4 parts article series that I wrote for an offline newsletter a few years ago. I chances upon a copy while I was de-cluttering. It was useful to may who received a copy of the newsletter, and I am sure it will be useful for some of you too.  My best memories...

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Festival Impressions & and a Blogging Block
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by on November 20, 2016September 14, 2018

Festival Impressions & and a Blogging Block

When life is happening on a fast track, the online journal somehow takes a back seat. Its been dull here on my blog for a while now, thanks to the busy work schedule. While I am excited about my current projects offline, I always seem to miss the  good old days of blogging. Its like...

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