KT and I engaged ourselves in toothbrush spray painting one lazy evening. It’s nothing new. Am sure we’ve all done it as kids back in school. But still it was a good time-pass!
Check out our tree of hearts 😉
Later, while cleaning all the mess, I found the cut-out paper heart stencils, now colored in spray paint, too cute to be thrown away! So I put them to better use 😉
This is a very cute finger print idea I found on Artsy Craftsy Mom and improvised a little bit with some keerai (greens) that I had bought for lunch!
The colorful habitat we created for the buzz buzz bees, caterpillar, lady bugs and frogs =)
There was a time I used to crib that I didn’t have crafting supplies. But ever since I learnt to use the stuff that was readily available at home, I’ve run out of excuses and crafting has become so much fun and addictive!
I was preparing bitter-gourd fry for lunch (trust me, it tastes divine with parrupu and rasam sadham :P). I cut out both the ends of the bitter-gourd and saved it for later. After a good lunch and a short nap, it was time to put the waste ends of the bitter-gourd to some fun use!
Here’s what we did – a bitter-gourd print garden with green and yellow suns 😀
Here’s a glimpse of my bitter-gourd fry –
You don’t really require a recipe to prepare this one. But still, you can find it here!