Saturday, October 29, 2011

Festive Hangover

Still recovering from the festive hangover, hence the paucity of posts. Promise to buckle up in November, and bring you more creative fodder.

Here are a few images of our handmade and hand-painted efforts during Diwali. Wish people could keep things simple and traditional instead of the mindless blitzkrieg it is made out to be nowadays.

Diya painted by yours truly.

Little urns painted by my kiddies (aged 6 and 8).

Candle and diya drawings made by the kids to add to the Diwali decor.

Finally, a festive tablescape using my hand-painted tealight holders.

Hope all my readers had a cheerful festive season with their loved ones. Enjoy the afterglow and I shall see you next month! :)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Diwali Greetings

Diwali greetings to all my dear readers!

I'll be painting and decorating diyas with my kids, making a rangoli and torans, preparing a feast for the family, and gorging on sweets.

And in this age of crass commercialisation, trying to keep things simple and traditional.

Hope we all celebrate the festival of lights.... not one of noise and pollution.

Hope you all too have a fabulous Diwali!

Monday, October 10, 2011

Festive Offer - Diwali Sale!!!

October, the month of festivities in India. Dusshera has just gone by, which means Diwali is round the corner!

Deck up your homes this Deepawali with Creative Rumblings tealight holders.

Limited edition hand painted tea-light holders specially available for the festive season. The tealight holders come in two designs - Peacock Feather and Paisley & Flora.

Paisley & Flora / Peacock Feather

Paisley & Flora

Peacock Feather

Price: Rs. 50 apiece (without tealight) ; Size: 3" x 2"(approx.)

Can be couriered to anywhere in India. Shipping chargeable extra, based on actuals. To order, send me a mail at

Spread the word around and send me a mail quickly.... before someone else grabs the goodies.Hope you all enjoy the festive season, and happy shopping! :)

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Durga Puja & Dusshera Greetings

The festive season is upon us, the season of feasting and fasting. While the east Indians, decked in their finery, get into celebratory mode and tuck into visual and gastronomic feasts, the north Indians turn pious and fast through the Navratras to express their devotion to the Mother Goddess.

The Goddess has arrived.... the vanquisher of all evil. Let us celebrate her coming, and hope for a better tomorrow with her blessings.

Wish all my readers a happy Durga Puja, Dusshera and Vijaya Dashami.


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