Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Wedding Favours - November 2012




 Painting each leaf and petal was tedious and time consuming but I enjoyed it and managed to deliver on time. Till my next endeavour.. Ta !!!

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Red N Gold

Thanks to Google I have been receiving couple of enquiries for my pots from overseas :) . But unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you see it), the enquiries were just that.. enquiries! No further development. But that's just fine with me because everytime I get an enquiry my creative juices start flowing again hahahah... and no stopping once I start. Actually a big break wouldn't be such a bad idea.
Recent enquiry was for wedding favors with a Red n Gold theme... so here they are!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Lets go Pottyyyy

It's been awhile since I posted anything :( I hope to be more productive this year. Haven't been working on my pots either and I miss painting my pots so much. I need more time...

These are some of the pots that I had worked on last year.

What do you all think, folks? Like it?

Monday, April 12, 2010

Mirror Mirror on the Pot

Always have been fascinated with glass/mirror work handicraft pieces. Now I am able to dabble with mirrors on my painted pots.

These pots would make lovely gifts to those who appreciate ethnic handicrafts.

Will be adding on to this little collection I currently have.

My Wedding Favours Debut at Neena's Reception

On 23rd Jan 2010, my niece, Neena Dennis, hosted her wedding reception and I had the honour of preparing 700 wedding favours. Here are some of the pots that I did :

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Happy Deepavali

Visiting friends for Deepavali? Why not take something to give your host as Deepavali gift, like these:

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Bridal Gift

The smallest of the handcrafted indian clay pot was used during a recent Indian engagement ceremony. Laddoos (indian sweets) were given as one of the many gifts to the bride-to-be.

Make a difference with these little handcrafted clay pots and give them as keepsakes which are affordable and rather unique during your engagement or wedding. The best part is these little keepsakes could later be used in the office or at home to store items such as paper clips, loose coins etc.