Yellow Craft

Imagine… Craft… then touch your imagination…

Murals and 3D Paintings

Learn Murals, 3D, Ceramic, Relif art work...

Paper Mache Craft

Make these beautiful things with Newspaper..

Kids Craft

Easy craft Ideas to foster Creativity in Kids.

Polymer Clay Crafts

Homemade Colorful clay, for all 3D art works.

Recycle Redesign Reuse

A crafty touch works like magic wand, Does the glue bottle doll looks like Cinerella? ;)

Paper Crafts

So many color shades, easy to work, let's use Paper today.

Pressed Flower Art

Fresh or Dry, a flower gives beatiful memories, Let's preserve its beauty.

Clay Dolls

Dolls.. Playing with them or creating them, they are always Fun.

Cone Art

Super easy, Cone work, for the setisfection of creating Intricate designs.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Music of Sadness

Like everything else… Pain… also has two sides... either you lose yourself Or take out your pain and create something that touches the world… Write it, sketch or make painting, create a piece of art, play games, dance, listen or play music… anything… Once you will find yourself again then you will be surprised with your creation… So enjoy life in happiness as well as in Pain.




Detailed information on creating any pressed flower are craft can be found at page 'How to create Pressed flower art.'

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

House on Hills


Home.... It’s the laugh of a baby, the song of a mother and the strength of a father. A place to relax and watch the sun rising to fill your life with lots of light and love, a place surrounded with trees where a bird family lives with you and every morning wake you up with a sweet song… 

Detailed information on creating any pressed flower are craft can be found at page 'How to create Pressed flower art.'

This paper can be used for writing any special letter, can be framed as a wall hanging or personalized cards can be created.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Fisherman - Pressed Flower Art


In the rains that I first saw in my life
I set afloat a paper boat in playful mood
Don’t know in which river that water flowed into
Don’t know in which sea it has got lost in
Oh Fisherman…. Have you seen it?
The paper boat of my childhood days….
My first drawing book that I had got as a kid
The first poem that I had written
All those thousands of dreams that I had in my childhood days
Don’t know in which sea they have got lost in
On a sun-burnt evening
In the red waters of the Sea
There it goes filled with all my dreams
My paper boat....

Detailed information on creating any pressed flower are craft can be found at page 'How to create Pressed flower art.'
This paper can be used for writing any special letter, can be framed as a wall hanging or personalized cards can be created.


Poem Source - The Bong Connection

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Recycled Denim - Dice Poof


I had few old denims and pillows, that were not used anymore, so thought of recycling the denim and pillow cotton and creating this Dice poof. 

Here are the steps to create this poof –

1. Take 3 denim, measure 18 inches from the bottom, and cut the leg section. By this you will get 6 leg sections.




2. Open the parallel stitching which joins the denim. Ensure that you open parallel stitching and not the single stitching line. By this you will get 6 square shape denims.


3.  As the leg section goes narrow at the bottom, these squares are not uniform (having equal sides). So mark the pieces and cut off 6 uniform squares (each 17”x 17”)







4. Now we will join 4 squares together to make a rectangle of 17”x 68” inches. Let’s keep the original parallel stitching of one square outside and the cut section inside while stitching. This was the hand stitching will not appear outside. Similarly join 4 squares together with each parallel stitch side + cut side.





5. Cut 21 circles of any cloth that matches the denim color you use. And stitch the circles to each square as in dice.





6. Once all the circles are stitched on the squares, stitch the two open 17” sides of the (17”x68”) rectangle to make a hollow cube. Then stitch a 17”x17” square at the bottom of the cube.





7. Fill the dice box with cotton or sponge and stitch the remaining 17”x17” square at the top of the cube. I used the cotton of some of my old pillows and some old soft cloths as stuffing.