Saturday, September 24, 2011

Floating Rangoli



When we talk of Rangoli,we always think of a courtyard or entrance of a house decorated with intricate designs and patterns on the floor,white outlined designs and powdered colors filled in.I always thought why not make a rangoli inside the house....but somehow a rangoli on floor and inside the house never seems to be practical One has to keep reminding everyone  Hey careful!!..
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So here is a Rangoli ...beautiful...simple on a table top..with blings and glitters and shimmers!!can be shifted from one area to other,and reused!!

What you need...
Pattern paper
Acrylic sheet
Marker
Cello tape
Scissors
Decoration glue/ fevicol
Blings in various colours and shapes
Half pearls
Glitter tubes

Decide on a pattern.
Trace on a acrylic sheet.
Cut the design.
Decorate with glitter ,blings and beads.

I did this floating Rangoli for a Diwali dinner.The rangoli keris float in a acqua pot .with a tea light candle.
This was placed on a side table with silk runner and choclates ,sweets and gift packets were arranged  around the pot.
The circular designs floats in a urli with rose petals and tea light candle.
Some rangoli pieces can also be put around to adorn the runners.












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28 comments:

  1. Lovely...Thanks for the detailed post and step-by-step pics.

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  2. WOW...creative and so beautiful

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  3. What an innovative idea! It looks lovely.

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  4. that is a gr8 idea and looks very appealing...

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  5. What lovely creations, Vaishali! Happy festive greetings to you and your family.

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  6. Fabulous creations, soo prefect..

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  7. thanks a ton for appreciating this..shall be posting more rangolis...soon so if you all are interested ,do keep a check!!

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  8. wow, love the idea dear, what a wonderful creativity :)

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  9. somebody asked me...will the pearls stay since fevicol is used..well yes they do stay since water hardly gets in contact with the pearls and beads..its the acrylic sheet that is placed on water...nothing happened to mine it was in water for more than 6 hrs!!

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  10. Floating keris are looking so beautiful.

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  11. Lovely rangolis. Where can you find acrylic sheets? Can you cut them using sicssors? Thanks. I found your site when I searched, underwater rangoli.

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