Mandala Planter Inspired by Mexican Art

Hi Creatives...  A garden is the best place in the house, as it is one of the best places to relax and get some relief from the busy life. Moreover having a garden in the house welcomes many health benefits. A beautiful garden is made up of healthy plants and a tasteful decor. One such  decor is a decorative garden planter. Let's give a beautiful look to a simple old planter and turn it into a planter with a vivid look inspired from Mexican art. On to the project. Step 1: I have taken Read more...

Decoupaged Vintage Wall Clock

Hello arty-crafty friends, Vidhu Thareja on the blog today with a new project inspiration for this month. I hope all of you are safe and trying to keep your spirits high with some crafting. My today's project is a Decoupage Vintage Wall Clock. Wall clock in not only  a necessity  but it is considered  an important part of an interior and nothing can take place of a handmade clock. I love doing decoupage, so in this project I have used  beautiful decoupage papers from the store. So without Read more...

Folk Art Fusion Frame

Hello creatives, Harshada here on the blog today with a new home decor project for you all.  This one is made using basic supplies, mainly chalk paints and the new 4x4 inch stencils. I was excited about exploring the artistic possibilities of using these stencils on my projects. So here's my project using these stencils in a different way. As the name suggests, its basically a folk art painting combined with the usage of stencils on a wooden tray that is converted into a frame. Before I Read more...

Upcycled Tissue Box

Hi arty-crafty people, Lekha here today! In my last blog post I had upcycled an old tray using the Little Birdie chalk paints and today its time to reclaim an old tissue box(which incidentally I had made a few years back for my home). I had done decoupage on the tissue box previously, so the first step was to remove the decoupage paper. You can try using some sharp knife or a spatula to tear off the paper or use a sandpaper to get the surface of the box as smooth as possible. Next, I applied Read more...