Shell photo frame

Materials required

Glitter tubes
Plastic sheet

Draw two rectangles in cardboard-size should be 1.5 inches more than the photo size in all sides. In one piece, mark 2 inches from all sides and cut out the inner rectangle. Use fevibond to stick shells in a random manner on this piece. Use glitter tubes to fill in the gaps. Let it dry well

Stick a transparent sheet of the same size to the back side of this piece. Finally stick the two rectangles together in three sides, leaving one side open to insert the photo. Allow it to dry well

Cut a rectangle piece in cardboard 2 inches width and 6 inches height and attach to the backside to get a stand for the frame.

Ice cream stick pen stand

A very easy to do crafts for kids

Materials required

Ice cream sticks
Water colours
Glitter tube
Small cardboard box of the size reqd for pen stand

Paint the ice cream sticks colourfully and allow them to dry well

Remove the top lid of the carton and start sticking the ice cream sticks close to each other

Once dry, use glitter tubes for decoration

Chota Bheem apron for kids

Chota bheem and the stars have been painted using fabric paints and fabric pen

Painted diyas- Guest post by Advait Sudarshan

These mud diyas have been wonderfully painted and decorated by Advait Sudarshan, aged 10 yrs

Thermocol temple- guest post by Advait and Apoorva

This beautiful temple is made using thermocol and glitters by Apoorva aged 14, Std IX, and Advait aged 10, Std V for navratri decoration

Party welcome banner

A simple poster that can be used for kids birthday party decoration. Just draw your kids favourite cartoon, colour them and decorate further with glitter tubes. To make it even simpler, you can paste a printout of the cartoon or the easiest would be to take a printout of the complete design and stick it on a chart paper..This can be hung on the main door and similar posters can be made to put up all over the room.

Doreamon hand puppet

Made this hand puppet with felt cloth and painted the details with fabric paint.

My first quilt pattern

My first attempt at making a quilt pattern with some leftover materials

Rangoli for lamp decoration

This rangoli for lamp decoration is made on cardboard and would look good on wood too..Design inspired from Ramya's work here..I did it with the materials available, didnt use much of kundans like the original version and used some glitter instead

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