Warli painting is a tribal art mostly done by Adivasi from North Sahyadri Range in India .While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century AD. The Warli paintings which has close resemblance to cave paintings, have often been spotted on the insides of red ochre walls of huts that are built using a mixture of tree branches,mud and cow dung.
My daughter turned one last year and to my surprise, these days she actually wants to dress up when we go out and doesn throw away her head bands anymore 😀 Yaaay! So the crafter in me is cooking up all sorts of designs for her headbands and hairclips! And everytime I see a beautiful one at the stores especially rosette headbands, I’m like – okayI need to make that one!
This is again a quilling tutorial and this is one from the basic series. No quilling is complete without Beehive technique and so here is a very easy and well explained tutorial for beehive technique in quilling.I also had promised a series of quilled flowers tutorial and this is one in the same. You can read about my quilling comb flower tutorial HERE and yes you can also watch a video tutorial for the beehive technique HERE.
I’m back after my pretty long Easter vacation and yes I’m definitely back to crafting & blogging as well. I have a lot of unfinished project that needs a little boost up and motivation which includes few quilled flowers that need to go on to few cards, a newspaper quilled night lamp shade and painted recycle mugs. Keeping those aside, I’m sharing with you a Easy Stocking Flower tutorial I tried last night. It’s funny how the idea came up – one of my microwave bowls cracked and I wanted to somehow re-purpose it. That’s when I thought I could use it as a flower-pot kind of thing and since I have been having these stockings for over a year without any use, I thought I’d just make some flowers out of them Stocking flower Tada!!!!