Christmas is supposedly a very expensive season although everything you find is on sale. I generally purchase Christmas decor right after Christmas because that is when I reach home after my vacation and before that, I hardly get anything Christmassy in the market! So over the couple of years that we have made our home, I have collected loads of tree decoration items and I think my tree can’t withstand any more of the load 😛 This year, since my daughter has also grown up, we thought we should move more towards the religious side of the celebration instead of keeping it all Santa & Christmas trees. We call Christmas the Advent Season, running through 4 Sundays and culminates with Christmas that falls on the 25th of December. The advent candles, 4 of them, held within an advent wreath, is lit one by one every Sunday to remember and represent hope, peace, joy and love respectively. The tradition was started long back in Germany as a countdown to Christmas but later on has added so much value and tradition that it is an inevitable part of the celebration.
Simple video tutorial on how to make Mandala Diwali lantern. Vary the pattern to mandalas of your choice and create colorful lanterns for diwali decor.
I know you might be fed up with all the Diwali posts – are you? Well if you are, this is going to be the last one for Diwali or else, I have another last one too in line 😉 So as I was saying in my previous posts, I have experimented with lots of lights related DIYs and crafts this year, last year it was more of paper crafts and I have planned for readymade rangoli’s for next year 😛 Anyways this tutorial for now, its about making these pretty mandala diwali lantern with Popsicle. Sounds interesting? The only other craft I have done with popsicles were these christmas stars and a pretty hexagon shelves but these ones are my favourite now 😉
Made these DIY geometric lampshade for my crafting table and I cant believe how easy it has been. Cut out triangles and assemble to make these pretty shade !!
I made these pretty DIY geometric lampshade as my very first DT post for Itsybitsy and I loved how they turned out to be. I think its the colors. I always love this combination of blue and green. Vibrant and pretty! I made these out of foam boards and you can buy them from itsybitsy. These boards are durable and easy to work with and also are available in various shades other than white.