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Basant Decorations

A Very Very Happy Basant to you all!!

Here are a few decorations that I made for Basant 2012.  A Happy Basant Banner, a Basant Greeting Card and the wall hangings which were 14 in number. These decorations were hung in New Jersey Satsang Hall. Check out the pics…

Happy Basant Banner


Diwali diyas made of wheat flour

Table Mat Wall Hanging

 I made this wall hanging almost a year back for Basant. The flower petal shapes were cut out of maroon and green decorative papers brought from India.  Cutting and gluing was easy, the only hard part was to come up with the design.

Table Mat Wall Hanging - Pic 1

Table Mat Wall Hanging - Pic 2

Table Mat Wall hanging in Satsang Hall

Table Mat Wall Hanging in Satsang Hall

Red and Orange Wall Craft

This is  a very simple and easy to make wall decor completely made out of patterened paper. It was easy to begin with and finish in less than two hours. I think I have become a fan of tassels lately and so every decor I make somehow includes a tassel and moreover I have a big ball of red hemp which keeps waiting to be used. These were sold at Satsang Exhibition sale at New Jersey Zonal Satsang (2009).

3 Diamonds Wall Decor

There is always a time during the year when we are a little bit more free than usual and we think of ways for utilizing that time for some constructive work. During one of such occasions I thought of making this decor. This decor is made  totally out of patterned paper and is easy to make but one may feel a little monotonous cutting similar shapes in maroon and green. The edges are made with red glitter glue and yes it was a little tricky to dispense it evenly forming a line.

These were sold at Satsang Exhibition Sale at New Jeresy (2010).

3 Diamonds Wall Decor - Pic 1

23 Dec

Wall Decor with paper and fabric

Posted by Saumya Abrol in Ethnic Decorations, Satsang Exhibition Sale.

This Wall Decor was the result of an experimentation 🙂 while trying to utilize the pink Dayalbagh fabric pieces for making some kind of decoration.  Luckily I had the red decorative paper that matched with the fabric and so could be used as a border. The tassels are made of red hemp and the beads used for the tassels were bought from India. Again the making part was easy, but the only tough part was to design it.
These were made for sale during Zonal Satsang Exhibition at New Jersey.

Wall decor

Wall decor - Another view

Wall decor - close up


Wall Decor : Different border