“Gel pen” is a type of ballpoint pen which uses pigmented water-based gel instead of ink. They are used for writing or illustration and they leave much stronger mark on the surface than pens that use ink. Glitter gel ink pens can be called the jewels of the pen world, for they contain shimmering ink to add a sparkling finishing touch to artwork. Today, I’m … Continue reading The jewels of the pen world!
Welcome to the Creatively Crafty Link Party hosted by the Creative Crafters Blogging Group! You’ve worked hard on your project, and it looks great! Share it with us and get the kudos you deserve! Each week we sponsor a new link party that starts on Thursdays. All creative endeavors are welcome…crafts, original writing, recipes, DIY tutorials, you name it! Valentines Day is around the corner and we are … Continue reading Creatively Crafty Link Party #49
A guest post by Daisy Murphy – a London based writer and entrepreneur. Involving a child in the housework is a difficult task for many parents. Although children are pretty curious and like learning new things, they know very well how to escape from the unpleasant duties. However, where there is a will, there is a way and if you are determined to teach your kid … Continue reading Get your kids involved in housework
Welcome to the Creatively Crafty Link Party hosted by the Creative Crafters Blogging Group! You’ve worked hard on your project, and it looks great! Share it with us and get the kudos you deserve! Each week we sponsor a new link party that starts on Thursdays. All creative endeavors are welcome…crafts, original writing, recipes, DIY tutorials, you name it! In soft glistening night of stars, hope all your … Continue reading Creatively Crafty Link Party #48
A few days ago, Tata Motors kicked-off the ‘Hexa Experience Centre’ initiative in Bangalore for prospective customers and enthusiasts to get a first-hand experience of the Tata Hexa, which will be launched in January 2017. I was excited to receive an invite from Indiblogger and attended the event at the White Orchid Convention Centre, Bangalore . The Venue The venue was a hub of activity … Continue reading The extraordinary Tata Hexa #HexaExperience
As another holiday season draws near, I’ve gotten busy decking my home with easy festive touches. This year, son and I have focused on creating some unique handmade decor and love the way this is shaping up. Here’s some of the Christmas decor coming along… A cute table top Christmas tree (from BigLots) A cardboard Christmas tree, which Alwin & I made Handmade cone shaped Christmas tree, made of … Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
Art journaling is play, exploration & experimentation wrapped into one. It’s about doing an unstructured form of art in a handmade sketchbook or a store-bought art journal or sketchbook. When you open your art journal, you get to play like a little kid again, using paint, imagery, typography, even some pixie dust glitter. I’m getting into the artistic holiday spirit with a holiday art journal – incorporating … Continue reading Holiday Art Journaling
Why not make some fun and creative cards and decor this holiday season to add a beautiful, personalized touch to your holiday décor? Here are few easy and cute ones that all the family can join in and help kids create their own holiday cards and decor. My son (3 years old) created these cards with a little direction from me using the Fresh Pick Scented Neon … Continue reading DIY holiday cards and more for kids
Alwin has been using the Rainy Dayz Gel Crayons since a couple of months and he absolutely loves them! This set is perfect to draw vibrant, bold colors on glass surfaces and paper too. 12 bright colors which kids will love creating art with.This set is versatile and here are few ways my son has been putting his crayon set to good use. Color on glass! Canvas Art Holiday Ornaments A cardboard … Continue reading A toddler’s favorite crayons!
Do you have a little one that loves to be creative? To keep their hands and minds busy? My post today is very special as I’m sharing pages from my 3 year old creative son’s sketchbook which he has created over the last couple of months. A Rainbow created using Rainy Dayz Gel Crayons Strokes created using Chunkies paint sticks Strokes created using Stars of the … Continue reading Every child is an artist!