Mirror Decoration



Materials Required

A mirror
Mseal
Poster Colours
Talcum powder

Mix both the parts of mseal well and make small balls. Arrange the balls to form a grapes bunch. Use talcum powder to prevent the mseal from sticking in hands. Make a thin strip of the mseal and place it like a branch. Make leaves and stick them at the appropriate place.

Allow it to dry for 2 hours. Now colour it using poster colours.

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Heart Shaped Box



Materials Required

Cardboard
Colour Gift wrapping sheets
Glue
Satin Ribbons
Cellotape

Cut 2 heart shape pieces in the cardboard. Cut a long strip of 2 inches width in the carboard and one more long strip of 1/2 inch.

Stick the 2" width piece to one heart shape piece and the 1/2" width piece to the other using cellotape. The one with 2" width piece will form the base and the other would be the top lid.

Cover both of them with colourful gift wrapping sheets and decorate using your creativity.

Guruvayoorappan Sriveli (Kerala Elephants)




Materials Required

Velvet Cloth
Gold Beads
Glue
Cardboard
Wool -various colours
Gold lace
Wooden elephants
Photo of some god
Hanging lace
Paper

Cut one piece of velvet cloth in 'U' Shape for the front portion to cover the trunk. Cut another piece for the side cloth. Measurements vary with the size of the elephant.

To the side portion, stitch golden lace in all four sides and attach hanging lace to the two sides. Stick golden beads throughout the 'U' shaped piece and stick small pieces of wool to the back side of the cloth. Also tie together around 10 small bits of wool and stick it to the center of the 'U' shape.

Stick the 'U' shaped cloth first on the elephant and then the side piece. Allow it to dry well. Make two more such pieces.
You can use other colour velvet cloth too.

For the center elephant carrying the god, cut a square piece in cardboard and velvet cloth. Stick the velvet to the cardboard and stick the photo of god on it.

Roll some paper and cover it with golden lace (as in the umbrella). Cut a semicircle piece in velvet and stick the corner to form a cone. Now trim the edges to get a umbrella like shape. Decorate with lace and attach the rolled paper to it. Stitch the same to the back cloth of the elephant firmly.

Sriveli is ready. This is how the elephants in Kerala are decorated in temples during the procession of God and during festivals.

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Ganesha in Vermicelli



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