I and my kids created this for their school’s Powwow. My daughter’s third grade teacher Mrs. ‘L’ is the inspiration behind this, requesting us to make one of these. She gave us a legend that deciphers all the interesting Native American symbols and what they mean. My son experimented with the fabric-crayons hence, emerged the true colors. My daughter embellished the poncho with lively landscape and jovial figures. I was the iron lady behind this endeavor, just kidding! continue>>
Over the weekend we accomplished completion of our longish and extensive pursuit. My husband and my kids were engrossed, so was I, finishing this 500 piece jig-saw puzzle. We all naturally gravitate towards what’s unsolved, perhaps that’s the beauty of mystery. A part of us always wants to piece together, to try and arrange out-of-place pieces just to see, if the whole makes sense, perhaps this is the beauty of harmony. Being constructively busy and rejoicing at the same time, that is the beauty of life, all around the world. continue>>
Mrs. G is my daughter’s second grade teacher. Her devotion to action inspired us to create this colorful basket for her. What we love about her, is her dedication & love for sharing her knowledge with the kids. She’s one person who leads others, by example, to be their best. She is candid and smart. Her energetic and athletic aura gets everyone moving!
Here’s something that my kids and I had created over the summer. It was fun! It’s good to indulge in colors once in a while. Our living space has been transformed into a lively art gallery. Who doesn’t like to be surrounded by bold vibrant colors, who doesn’t want to capture the colorful essence of cheerful spring and who isn’t refreshed by the sight of warm artwork especially in the midst of dull grey winter. These plates aren’t just plates they are warm and toasty reminders of how bright and beautiful life is! How much endearing a shared activity with your loved ones can be.
Here’s a gift for my husband for Father’s day, a pair of “one of a kind” gloves created with love. I so wanted to gift something warm and fuzzy, handmade by me, especially for him. Now that it’s done, I cannot wait to see him in those! Needless to say our kids love their dad, we are very thankful for him and so is he, therefore you see him with folded hands(anjali mudra) in this picture! He is deligent and tacit. We are one another’s moon, we shine and reflect in complementarity!