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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Made with love.


I made one Arathi thattu for my frinds daughters wedding. and it is here.
This is an recycled craft. I will narrate the story.


Two months back my friend Vasantha's son marriage was held. It was so grand. We, our friends had a very nice and happy time over there
She took very care in every item and of course everybody very enjoys all there.
The first item.... invitation. The invitation was very nice and pleasing.Sandalwood smell came from that invitation while opening. white stone decorated all over the envelop holding the invitation.
After the marriage was over, during our next meet, all of my friends gave me their respective envelops stating that i can make use of it in a good manner. I really felt happy. and waiting for a chance to prepare something with that envelop.
Here comes the opportunity.
Our other friends daughter's marriage fixed.
For her nithyadartham, I was asked to prepared  arathi thattu .
I used  the envelop.
First let me show the invitation.
It is here.
I cut the centre round design
and arranged it in this manner.
Somewhat i am not satisfied.
Tried like this.
covered the plate with light yellow satin cloth and arranged like this. I changed the centre potion too.
Now a little candle can be placed at the centre for using this as arathi thattu.
Is it O.K.va friends?
I recycled the marriage invitation envelop into a pretty arathi thattu.
This is with Love from Viji to Jamuna.(My friends daughter's name).
Of course a mother., i mean Vasantha's love towards her son for selecting a pretty invitation card,my friends love towards me to give all the envelops to create a craft,
and my love towards Jamuna to create a little craft on her wedding.
So this is made with love.........
This is for








22 comments:

  1. very very lovely product. congrats. Best Wishes.
    Superb! Ask some one in the house to take Haraththi to you for making this beautiful Haraththi Thattu.
    vgk

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  2. Respect Sir,
    I am happy reading your comments.
    Thanks sir.
    viji

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  3. vijjji iam speechless seeing your wonderful creativity..how well you arranged the pieces to make an attractive aarathi thattu..kudos!!!!

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  4. Innovative idea! Aarthi thattu looks cute! Good job Vijima!

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  5. Wow! Really Very good idea... Excellent....

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  6. Such a pretty Arathi thattu, Viji. Looks so rich and would look more beautiful with lamps.

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  7. http://jaghamani.blogspot.in/2012/07/blog-post_14.html

    விருது காத்திருக்கிஅது தங்களுக்கு..

    மனம் நிறைந்த இனிய பாராட்டுக்கள்.. வாழ்த்துகள்..

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  8. Respected Madam,

    http://jaghamani.blogspot.in/2012/07/blog-post_14.html

    Mrs. Rajarajeswari Madam of "MANIRAJ" BLOG
    has honored you with an award on 14/07/2012.

    "THE BEST & BEST ENCOURAGER AWARD"

    MY HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS !

    vgk

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  9. nice idea... the arathi thattu looks good...

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  10. oh my gosh.. thats soooooooooooooooooo gorgeous!! :)

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  11. I like very much in this all Pictures
    so good beautyful

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