MARGAZHI KOLOTHSAVAM

Gurudevi Prakash - India

Entry No: 

482

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Kolam Crafts

I made this Finger Ring Kolam craft using a waste plastic container for the ring & coated it with dry clay. The top circle also is made up of dry clay.

After drying process I painted the rings with the metallic paint.

Once they dried up I used silver steel stones, 3 D outliners of different shades to draw the design or small kolam on top of the rings.

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Entry No: 

179

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Kolam Crafts

I made Kolam crafts using a waste cardboard box & dry clay. First I cut the cardboard into different shapes & then topped them with the dry clay.

Shapes are- Circles(2), Squares(8), heart shapes(8), apart from these shapes I also made shapes of some sea animals- Crab, Fish, Loligo, Sea horse and Star fish.

I allowed to dry the shapes along with the dry clay for 2 days then painted them with the acrylic colors and drew the traditional sikku kolam over it.

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Entry No: 

86

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Kolam Crafts

I made kolam crafts using the waste materials at home. I painted them all with acrylic paint and then drew our traditional sikku kolam over it.

Waste materials used: Ceiling fan cardboard, Cellotape cardboard, Small plastic bottle, Used Himalaya baby powder container, a Stone, an old used Diya, waste plastic Popcorn bucket & an old Wooden square block.

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