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arrivals
Every person wants their house to be a reflection of themselves,
but dont know how to go about making it real. You have no control
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on the outside world. But when you come to your home, you come
to a place that is your own. You have a sense of control and safety in
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here. That is why it is important to have a balance of all home
furnishings in your home, a place where you find inner peace.
Floral Mirror Lampshade 4
The way your home looks will have an impact on your life. Everyone Blooming Flowers 5
Hobby Ideas Fevicryl Hobby Ideas has a concept of self and generally people would want this to reflect
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Design Stencils 3D Cone Outliner
in their home. Once you decide the kind of home decor you want,
everything else falls into place. Be it bedroom, bathroom, kitchen or
living room, we offer you designs for all your needs.
Radha Krishna Wall Hanging 7
Home furnishings is a great opportunity to turn your house into a
home. If you utilize this opportunity properly, you can have your
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dream home in no time. Some planning and creativity is all it takes
to make your home the reflection of your personality and good taste.
Abstract Lampshade 11
Being organized is vital. Chinese Dragon Wall Hanging 12
How to go about it? You want to decorate your home. Furnish it to
your choice. But you dont have any clue how? No issues. We will help
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you to choose your home dcor by giving you tips and advice on how
to decorate and furnish each and every corner of your home.
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Gallery 18
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Floral Table Base Cuckoo Glass Painting
This table top with a unique shape and picturesque floral design created by Meena Joshi will give your home dcor a new aspect This beautiful glass painting can be artistically used as a partition wall, door panel or sliding door visual.
for a corner table. The artistic design has been classily merged with a utility purpose by Swati Deshpande.

Material Material
Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colour (Lemon Yellow 11H, Lilac 80H, Hobby Ideas Glass Colours - Solvent Based (Pink 815, Turquoise Blue
Dark Green 06H, Baby Pink 38H, Navy Blue 73H, Crimson 04H, White 812, Dark Green 817, Lemon Yellow 801, Orange 805, Tomato Red
27H), Fine Art Painting Brush and Earthen table Base. 806), Hobby Ideas Glass Colour Outliner (Black 832), Fine Art Painting
Brush, Smoked Glass, Tracing paper, Cuckoo Bird Design and Pencil

Method 4 Take Fine Art Painting Brush and paint the design with Method 5 Mix Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based Pink and
1 Soak the earthen table base in water for 3- 4 hours and Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colours - Lemon Yellow, Lilac, 1 Clean the smoked glass with a dry cloth to remove dust. Turquoise Blue, to paint the feathers of the bird.
let it dry completely. Dark Green, Baby Pink, Navy Blue, Crimson as shown _moS> bmg H$mo gyIo H$nS>o go nm|N>H$a AN>r Vah gm\$ H$a b|. ~S> Ho$ nI n|Q> H$aZo Ho$ {bE hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-qnH$ Ama
{_Q>Q>r Ho$ Q>o~b ~oO H$mo 3 go 4 KQ>m| VH$ nmZr _| {^Jmo X|. Bgo AN>r Vah gyIZo X|. in the picture. Q>aH$mBO by {_bmE.
A~ \$mBZ AmQ> noqQ>J ~e boH$a hm~r AmB{S>`mO Amb ga\o$g EHo${bH$ 2 Trace the cuckoo bird design on the glass in mosaic pattern.
2 Take the earthen table base and paint the whole surface with bmg na _moOoH$ nQ>Z _| H$Hy$ ~S> H$s {S>OmBZ Q>og H$a b|. 6 Paint the leaves of the tree with Hobby Ideas Glass Colour-
H$bg-bo_Z `obmo, bm`bH$, S>mH$ JrZ, ~o~r qnH$, Zodr by , {H$_gZ Ho {M _|
Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colour White. Let it dry. Solvent Based - Dark Green and Lemon Yellow.
~VmE AZwgma {S>OmBZ H$mo n|Q> H$a b|. 3 Paint the head, beak and leg of the Cuckoo bird with Hobby Ideas
A~ Bg {_Q>Q>r Ho$ Q>o~b ~oO H$s nyar gVh H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO Amb ga\o$g EHo${bH$ PmS> H$s n{m`m| H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-S>mH$ JrZ Ama bo_Z
5 Let it dry. Glass Colour Solvent Based - Orange. `obmo go n|Q> H$a b|.
H$ba-hmBQ> go n|Q> H$a b|. Bgo gyIZo X|. Bgo AN>r Vah gyIZo X|. H$Hy$ ~S> H$m ga, Mm|M Ama nam| H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-Ama|O
3 Draw a floral design on the upper portion of the table base and go n|Q> H$a b|. 7 Paint the branch of the trees with a thin layer of Hobby Ideas
some geometrical design on the lower portion of table base as Glass Colour- Solvent Based - Dark Green and the eyes with
4 Mix Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based- Tomato Red and Pink Hobby Ideas Glass Outliner - Black. Let it dry.
shown in the picture.
colour to paint the body of the birds. PmS> H$s emImAm| H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-S>mH$ JrZ go nVbr
Q>o~b ~oO Ho$ D$nar {hgo na {M _| ~VmE AZwgma bmoab {S>OmBZ Ama Q>o~b ~oO Ho$
{ZMbo {hgo _| Hw$N> `m{_{Q>H$b {S>OmBZ ~Zm b|. ~S> Ho$ eara H$mo n|Q> H$aZo Ho$ {bE hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-Q>_oQ>mo aS> naV bJmH$a n|Q> H$a b| Ama AmIm| H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg AmCQ>bmBZa- bH$ go
Ama qnH$ H$ba {_bmE. n|Q> H$a X|. AN>r Vah gyIZo X|.

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Floral Mirror Lampshade Blooming Flowers
Shanthi S. Mani has redefined the state-of-art in lampshades by creating this mirror lampshade. This beautiful One Stroke Floral design created by Amruta Pathre can give your door,
door panel or a room partition a very vibrant and different look.

Material Material
Hobby Ideas Glass Colour Solvent Based (Turquoise Blue 812, Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colours (Crimson 04H,
Tomato Red 806, Orange 805, Dark Green 817),Hobby Ideas Dark Green 06H, Black 02H, Golden Yellow 09H, White 27H,
Shilpkar, Prime Eezytear Tape, Fine Art Painting Brush, Brown 86H ), Fine Art painting Brush, Fevicol Wudfin-Glossy
Fevicol MR,4 pieces of mirror ( size 12x5, 3mm ), Sharp knife, and palette
Hydrochloric Acid, Cotton buds, White carbon paper, Floral stencil,
Pencil and Small pieces of Square mirrors

Method
Method 1 Wipe the polished door and trace the design on it.
1 Wash and clean all the mirror pieces. nm{be {H$E XadmOo H$mo AN>r Vah nm|N>H$a, Bg na {S>OmBZ Q>og H$a b|.
g^r {_aa Ho$ Qw>H$S>m| H$mo YmoH$a nm|N> bo. 2 Mix Hobby Ideas Acrylic All Surface - Yellow and Brown
2 On the backside of the mirror, fix the white carbon paper with the colours in a palette. Start painting strokes from the center
stencil design over it using Prime Eezytear Tape. of the flower.
{_aa Ho$ {nN>bo {hgo na mB_ BOrQ>o`a Q>on go Q>|{gb {S>OmBZ aIH$a, Bg EH$ VVar _| hm~r AmB{S>`mO EHo${bH$ Amb ga\o$g H$bg- `obmo Ama ~mCZ
na H$m~Z bJm X|. {_bmE. Bg H$ba go \y$b Ho$ ~rM go n|qQ>J Q>moH$ bJmZm ew$ H$a|.
3 Now scratch the design carefully using a knife to remove the 3 To get a lighter shade mix -Yellow, Brown and White and add
mercury layer from the mirror. Clean the mercury dust thoroughly these strokes to the same flower with a thick brush.
which was created due to scratching. hH$m eoS> V`ma H$aZo Ho$ {bE `obmo, ~mCZ Ama hmBQ> H$ba {_bmH$a, EH$ _moQ>o
A~ EH$ MmHy$ go ~hV hr gmdYmZr Ho$ gmW {_aa H$s _`war dmbr naV IwaM X|. IwaMZo ~e go Bgr \y$b na n|qQ>J Q>mog bJm X|.
Ho$ H$maU {ZH$bZo dmbo H$Um| H$mo {_aa na go AN>r Vah gm\$ H$a b|. 4 To complete the flower mix Crimson, Yellow, Brown
4 Dip a cotton bud into hydrochloric acid and rub it on the and White.
scratched portion of the mirror to create evenness and get clear \y$b H$s noqQ>J nyar H$aZo Ho$ {bE {H$_gZ, `obmo, ~mCZ Ama hmBQ> H$ba {_bmE.
view of the design.
5 Paint the leaves with few strokes of a mixture of Dark
H$mQ>Z ~S> H$mo hm`S>mobmoamBS> E{gS> _| Sw>~moH$a, Bgo {_aa Ho$ IwaMo hE {hgo na Green, Crimson and White.
aJS>H$a gVh H$mo EH$ g_mZ ~Zm b|.
n{m`m| H$mo n|Q> H$aZo Ho$ {bE S>mH$ JrZ, {H$_gZ Ama hmBQ> H$ba Ho$ {_lU H$mo
5 Now paint the corner designs with Hobby Ideas Glass Colour
~e _| boH$a Q>mog bJmE.
Solvent Based Turquoise Blue, the flowers with Tomato Red and
Orange and the leaves with Dark Green. Let it dry. 6 After completion of the design, let it dry and give a coat of
A~ H$moZo dmbr {S>OmBZ H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-Q>aH$mBO Fevicol Wudfin varnish.
by go, \y$bm| H$mo Q>_oQ>mo aS> Ama Ama|O go Ama n{m`m| H$mo S>mH$ JrZ go n|Q> H$a bo {S>OmBZ V`ma hmo OmZo Ho$ ~mX Bgo nyar Vah gyIZo X| Ama {\$a Bg \o${dH$mb nwS>{\$Z
Bgo gyIZo X|. dm{Ze H$m EH$ H$moQ> bJm X|.
6 Mix the Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to form even
dough. 1 2 3
A~ hm~r AmB{S>`mO {enH$ma ao{OZ ~og Ama hmS>Za H$mo {_bmH$a, EH$ g_mZ
{_lU V`ma H$a b|.
7 Now join the four glasses in the shape of a lamp using the dough.
Let it dry.
Bg {_lU go Mmam| bmg H$mo OmoS>H$a bn H$m AmH$ma ~Zm b|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
8 Stick small mirror pieces on the edges of the lampshade
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using Fevicol MR to give the lampshade a neat look.
bneoS> Ho$ {H$Zmam| na \o${dH$mb E_ Ama go N>moQ>o {_aa Ho$ Qw>H$S>o {MnH$m X|.

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Tribal Curtain Radha Krishna Wall Hanging
Tribal design curtains are a unique way of creating a designer curtain mixed with ethnicity, A spiritual decorative item always fills your home with a devotional aura.
Apexa Tailor has created it in this curtain. Bharati Sanghvi has created this beautiful wall hanging to add that aura to your home.

Material
Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based (Tomato Red 806, Lemon
Yellow 801, Orange 805, Turquoise Blue 812, Pink 815, Dark Green
817), Fine Art Painting Brush, Hobby Ideas Glass Colour Outliner
(Black 832) and Textured glass 19x6

Method
1 Clean the glass thoroughly to remove dust.
bmg H$mo nm|N>H$a, AN>r Vah gm\$ H$a b|.
2 Draw or trace the design on the reverse side of the
textured glass.
Q>ogMS> bmg H$s {nN>br Va\$ {S>OmBZ ~ZmE `m Q>og H$a b|.
3 Outline the design with Hobby Ideas Glass Outliner Black.
Let it dry.
hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg AmCQ>bmBZa-bH$ go {S>OmBZ H$s AmCQ>bmBZ ~Zm b|.
Bgo gyIZo X|.
4 Fill the design with Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based
Tomato Red, Lemon Yellow, Orange, Turquoise Blue, Pink and Dark
Green as shown in the picture. Let it dry.
{S>OmBZ H$mo {M _| ~VmE AZwgma hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba- gmd|Q>
~oS>-Q>_oQ>mo aS>, bo_Z `obmo, Ama|O, Q>aH$mBO by, qnH$ Ama S>mH$ JrZ
Material go n|Q> H$a b|. Bgo AN>r Vah gyIZo X|.
Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Fabric Pen (Black R02, Cherry Red R01), Pencil
and Jute curtain
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Method
1 2 3
1 Wash, dry and iron the jute curtain.
OyQ> Ho$ H$Q>}Z H$mo YmoH$a, gwImH$a BVar H$a b|.
2 Draw or trace a tribal design on the centre of the curtain,
tribal figures on the loops of the curtain and a traditional
border along the border of the curtain.
H$Q>}Z Ho$ ~rM _| H$moB ^r Q>mB~b {S>OmBZ, H$Q>}Z Ho$ byg na Q>mB~b AmH${V`m
Ama H$Q>}Z H$s ~mS>a na nman[aH$ ~mS>a {S>OmBZ Q>og H$a b| `m ~Zm b|. 4
3 Shade the tribal figures and the intricate designs of the
traditional border with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Fabric
Pen-Cherry Red.
\o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO \${~H$ noZ- Mar aS> go Q>mB~b AmH${V`m| Ama
nman[aH$ ~mS>a H$s _hrZ {S>OmBZ H$mo eoS> H$a b|.
4 Outline the figures with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas
Fabric Pen Black.
\o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO \${~H$ noZ-bH$ go AmH${V`m| H$s AmCQ>bmBZ ~Zm b|.

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Floral Rangoli
Sonali Javeri has created these floral diyas to add a special touch to your festive decoration or lighten up your room during a
special gathering.

Create a
new dimension
in Glass Painting

Material
Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Colour Based (Tomato Red 806,
Orange 805, Dark Green 817), Hobby Ideas Glass Colour Outliner
(Black 832), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 3D Outliner (Shimmer Mint
Green 452, Orange 17), Fine Art Painting Brush, Fevicol
Decoration Glue, Mirror finish round acrylic sheets of size 3
(8 pieces) , 4( 1 piece), 10(1 piece), Glass beads and Glass diyas

Method \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO 3D AmCQ>bmBZa- {e_a q_Q> JrZ Ama Ama|O go \y$bm| H$s
1 Stick the round mirror measuring 4 in the centre of the mirror {S>OmBZ Ho$ ~rM Ym[a`m ~Zm b|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
measuring 10 using Fevicol Decoration Glue. Let it dry. 5 Stick small diyas on the small mirrors of 3 size using Fevicol
10 Ho$ {_aa Ho$ ~rM _| EH$ 4 Jmob {_aa H$mo \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go {MnH$m X|. Bgo Decoration Glue. Let it dry.
gyIZo X|. EH$ 3 Ho$ N>moQ>o {_aa na \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go N>moQ>m gm {X`m {MnH$m X|.
2 Stick a diya on the centre of the smaller mirror using Fevicol Bgo gyIZo X|.
Decoration Glue. Let it dry. 6 Stick the beads in a floral pattern around the diyas using Fevicol
N>moQ>o Jmob {_aa Ho$ ~rM _| \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go EH$ {X`m {MnH$m X|. Bgo gyIZo X|. Decoration Glue. Let it dry.
3 Paint the glass beads with Hobby Ideas Glass Colour Solvent Based {XE Ho$ Amgnmg \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go bmoab nQ>Z _| ~rS>g {MnH$m X|.
- Tomato Red, Orange and Dark Green. Let it dry. Bgo gyIZo X|.
A~ bmg ~rS>g H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba gmd|Q> ~oS> Q>_oQ>mo aS>, Ama|O Ama S>mH$ 7 After all the diyas are made, create the rangoli pattern outside
JrZ go n|Q> H$a b|. Bgo gyIZo X|. your house.
4 Make streaks in between the flower design using Fevicryl Hobby g^r {XE ~Z OmZo Ho$ ~mX, Ka Ho$ ~mha aJmobr ~ZmE.
Ideas 3D Outliner Shimmer Mint Green and orange. Let it dry.

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Abstract Lampshade
Abstract art is such that it can adapt with all kinds of environments and interiors. Amruta Pathre has created
such a lampshade which can fit into any kind of interior and adapt to any kind of colour palette.

Material
Hobby Ideas All Surface Colours (Cerulean Blue 32H, Baby Pink
38H, Brown 86H, Cream 83H, Dark Green 06H, Chrome Green Light
85H, Golden Yellow 09H, Black 02H, Orange 17H, Mulberry 82H),
Fine Art Painting Brush, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas No Stitch Fabric Glue,
Satin fabric, Mount board, Knife and Wooden lamp stand.

Method
1 Cut four pieces of mount board measuring 16x12.
_mCQ>~moS> go 16x12 Ho$ Mma Qw>H$S>o H$mQ> b|.
2 Cut 4 satin pieces measuring 18 x 14.
18x14 Ho$ 4 g{Q>Z Qw>H$S>o H$mQ> b|.
3 Draw the design on the satin fabric using a pencil.
no{gb go g{Q>Z \${~H$ na [SOmBZ ~Zm b|.
4 Paint the design with Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colour-
Cerulean blue, Baby Pink, Brown, Cream, Dark Green, Chrome
Green Light, Golden Yellow, Black, Orange and Mulberry. Let it dry.
Bg [SOmBZ H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO Amb ga\o$g EHo${bH$ H$ba goa`ybrZ by, ~o~r qnH$,
~mCZ, H$s_, S>mH$ JrZ, H$mo_ JrZ bmBQ>, JmoS>Z `obmo, bH$, AmaoO Ama _b~ar go n|Q>
H$a b|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
5 Stick the painted fabrics on the mount boards using Fevicryl Hobby
Ideas No Stitch Fabric Glue. Let it dry.
Bg n|Q> {H$E \${~H$ H$mo _mCQ> ~moS> na \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO Zmo pQ>M \${~H$ by go
{MnH$m X|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
6 Stick the mount boards on the wooden base using fabric glue to
form your lamp shade.
Bg _mCQ> ~moS> H$mo bneoS> Ho$ bH$S>r Ho$ ~og na \${~H$ bw go {MnH$mH$a bneoS> V`ma
H$a b|.

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WHITE LEMON YELLOW PINK BLUE PEACH OLIVE GREEN
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SHIMMER SHIMMER SHIMMER SHIMMER SHIMMER SHIMMER SHIMMER


ORANGE CARMINE DEEP BLUE LILAC BLACK BROWN EMERALD GREEN
382 383 384 385 386 387 388

These shades are reproduced within the limitations of printing processes and should be regarded as a guide only

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Chinese Dragon Wall Hanging Leafy Etched Mirror
Chinese dragons always make very good wall hanging. K. B. Indira has excelled in this by creating it on a piece of glass. This beautifully etched mirror created by Bharati Sanghvi can do wonders as a designer piece of
mirror as well as a decorative wall hanging.

Material Material
Fevicol Decoration Glue, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas No Stitch Fabric Glue, Hobby Ideas Glass Etching Paste, Hobby Ideas Glass Etching Stencils
Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based ( Turquoise Blue 812,Pink (GES-1), Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based (Turquoise
815, Dark Green 817, Tomato Red 806, Orange 805, Lemon Yellow Blue 812, Lemon Yellow 801, Tomato Red 806, Dark Green 817),
801), Hobby Glass Colour Outliner( Black 832), Small glass pieces, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 3D Outliner ( Pearl White 301), Fevicol MR,
Toothpick, White oil paint and 3x5 glass piece. Round cornered textured glass and Mirror (8x 8)

Method 4 Now colour the small glass pieces with Hobby Ideas Glass Method 5 Draw a floral design on the sides of the mirror on the textured glass.
1 Clean the 3x5 glass piece thoroughly to remove dust. Colour- Solvent Based- Lemon Yellow, Orange, Tomato Red, 1 Clean 8x8 mirror to remove dust. Peel and stick the Hobby Ideas Q>ogMS> bmg na bJo {_aa Ho$ Mmam| Va\$ bmoab {S>OmBZ ~ZmE.
3x 5 bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>o H$mo nm|N>H$a, AN>r Vah gm\$ H$a b|. Turquoise Blue, Pink and Dark Green. Glass Stencil on the two corner of the mirror . 6 Mix Hobby Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based - Tomato Red and
A~ N>moQ>o bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>m| H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-bo_Z `obmo, 8x8 Ho$ {_aa H$mo nm|N>H$a AN>r Vah gm\$ H$a bo. {M _| {XImE AZwgma hm~r Dark Green to form a brown shade, and paint in the centre of the
2 Draw or trace a dragon design on the glass piece using Hobby Ideas Ama|O, Q>_oQ>mo aS>, Q>aH$mBO by, {nH$ Ama S>mH$ JrZ go n|Q> H$a b|. AmB{S>`mO bmg Q>|{gb H$mo {ZH$mb| Ama Bgo {_aa Ho$ Xmo H$moZm| na {MnH$m X|. flowers.
Glass Colour Outliner Black and paint it as shown in the picture. 2 Apply Hobby Ideas Glass Etching Paste on the design using an
Let it dry. 5 Drop little bit of White oil paint on the glass pieces with Hobby hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-Q>_oQ>mo aS> Ama S>mH$ JrZ {_bmH$a ~mCZ eoS>
Ideas Glass Colour- Solvent Based Dark Green to create a applicator and leave it for 30 minutes. V`ma H$a| Ama Bggo \y$bm| Ho$ ~rM dmbm {hgm n|Q> H$a b|.
hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba AmCQ>bmBZa-bH$ go bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>o na S>JZ H$s {S>OmBZ na EbrHo$Q>a go hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg EqMJ noQ> bJmE Ama 30
{S>OmBZ [Mm _o [XImE AZwgma ~Zm bo. Bgo gyIZo X|. marbelling effect. 7 Dip the Fine Art Painting Brush into Hobby Ideas Glass Colour-
bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>m| na hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-S>mH$ JrZ Ho$ gmW WmoS>m gm {_ZQ> ahZo X|.
Solvent Based - Turquoise Blue and dab it on the background of the
3 Draw abstract design on the small glass pieces using Fevicryl Hobby hmBQ> AmBb n|Q> {Jam X|. Bggo bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>m| na _m~b Ogm ^md nXm hmo OmEJm. 3 Remove the paste from the design using an applicator and peel off floral design. Let it dry.
Ideas No Stitch Fabric Glue and spread them using a toothpick. the stencil. Wash it under running water. Let it dry.
Let it dry. 6 Assemble the glass pieces on the bigger glass piece with the \$mBZ AmQ> n|qQ>J ~e H$mo hm~r AmB{S>`mO bmg H$ba-gmd|Q> ~oS>-Q>aH$mBO by _|
dragon design in an abstarct manner and stick them using Fevicol EbrHo$Q>a go {S>OmBZ na bJm noQ> {ZH$mb| Ama Q>|{gb AbJ H$a X|. Zb Ho$ ZrMo aIH$a Sw>~moH$a, Bgo \y$bm| dmbr {S>OmBZ H$s nR>^y{_ na S>~ H$a|. Bgo gyIZo Xo.
N>moQ>o bmg Ho$ Qw>H$S>m| na \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO Zmo pQ>M \${~H$ by go EgQ>Q> Bgo Ymo b|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
{S>OmBZ ~Zm b|. Qy>W{nH$ go Bgo \$bm b|. Bgo gyIZo X|. Decoration Glue. 8 Using the Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 3D Outliner- Pearl White, put dots on
A~ bmg Ho$ BZ Qw>H$S>m| H$mo, EH$ ~S>o H$mM Ho$ Qw>H$S>o na S>JZ H$s EgQ>Q> {S>OmBZ Ho$ $n 4 Stick the mirror on the textured glass leaving equal space from all the centre of the flowers. Let it dry.
_| O_mE. Bh| \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go {MnH$m X|. Bgo gyIZo X|. sides using Fevicol Decoration Glue. \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO 3D AmCQ>bmBZa-nb hmBQ> go \y$bm| Ho$ ~rM Ho$ {hgm| _| {~Xw
A~ Q>ogMS> bmg na ha Va\$ go g_mZ OJh N>moS>H$a, \o${dH$mb S>oH$moaoeZ bw go {_aa ~ZmE. Bgo gyIZo X|.
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Wall Clock Floral Wreath Table Mat
Warli design on this wall clock is a very creative concept which Anju Patel has created to add a very traditional Table Mats are special accessories which complete the table decoration. Sonali Javeri has created these
and warm look to your home. beautiful mats to add to the collection.

Material Material
Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colours (Black 02H, White 27H), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour ( White 27, Sap Green 21,
Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss, Fine Art Painting Brush, Earthen Tawa Crimson 04, Golden Yellow 09, Lemon Yellow 11, Burnt Sienna 01,
and Small Mirrors Black 02, Pink 18), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas No Stitch Fabric Glue, Fine
Art Painting Brush, Sponge, Pencil and Acrylic sheets (6 diameter)

Method 1 2 3 Method 1 2 3
1 Make a small hole in the center of earthen tawa and soak the tawa 1 Dip the piece of sponge in a mixture of Fevicryl Hobby Ideas
in water for 3 to 4 hours. Let it dry. Acrylic Colour- Lemon Yellow and Golden Yellow and dab it on the
{_Q>Q>r Ho$ Vdo Ho$ ~rM _| EH$ N>moQ>m N>oX ~ZmE Ama Vdo H$mo 3 go 4 KQ>o VH$ nmZr _| {^Jmo fabric to make the background of the painting. Let it dry.
X|. AN>r Vah gyIZo X|. \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO EHo${bH$ H$ba- bo_Z `obmo Ama JmoS>Z `obmo Ho$ {_lU _| nO
2 Apply Hobby Ideas All Surface Colour - Black with Fine Art brush.
H$m Qw>H$S>m {^JmoH$a, Bgo \${~H$ na S>~ H$a| Ama n|qQ>J H$s nR>^y{_ V`ma H$a b|.
Bgo gyIZo X|.
Bgo hm~r AmB{S>`mO Amb ga\o$g EHo${bH$ H$ba-bH$ go \$mBZ AmQ> bQ> ~e go n|Q>
H$a b|. 4 5 6 2 Draw a floral design along the edge. 4
3 Paint Warli design with Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic
BgHo$ {H$Zmam| na bmoab arW {S>OmBZ ~ZmE.
Colours - White. 3 Paint the floral design with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic
hm~r AmB{S>`mO Amb ga\o$g EHo${bH$ H$bg- hmBQ> boH$a Bg na dmbu {S>OmBZ ~Zm Colour Pink, Sap Green, White and Burnt Sienna. Let it dry.
b|. bmoab {S>OmBZ H$mo \o${d{H$b hm~r AmB{S>`mO EHo${bH$ H$ba-qnH$, gn JrZ, hmBQ> Ama
4 Stick the mirrors as shown in the picture with Fevicol MR. ~Q> {gEZm go n|Q> H$a b|. Bgo gyIZo X|.
{M _| ~VmE AZwgma \o${dH$mb E_ Ama go Bg na {_aa {MnH$m X|. 4 Take the round shaped acrylic sheet, a apply Fevicryl Hobby Ideas
5 Apply 2-3 coats of Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss with Fine Art brush. No Stitch Fabric Glue at the edge of the circle and paste the cloth
\$mBZ AmQ> bQ> ~e boH$a Bg na hm~r AmB{S>`mO bw EZ bmg Ho$ 2-3 H$moQ> bJm X|. in between both the acrylic sheets Let it dry.
A~ EH$ JmobmH$ma EHo${bH$ erQ> boH$a, gH$b Ho$ {H$Zmam| na \o${dH$mb hm~r AmB{S>`mO Zmo
6 Fix the clock on the centre of the earthen tawa.
pQ>M \${~H$ bw bJmE Ama XmoZm| EHo${bH$ erQ> Ho$ ~rM _| H$nS>o H$mo {MnH$m X| Bgo gwIZo Xo.
A~ [_QQr Ho Vdo Ho ~rMm|-~rM KS>r bJm X|.

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Gallery Gallery
Wall Hanging Tortoise Candle Holder African Motif Curtain Pen & Pin Holder
Bharati Kantaria has created this artistic portrait which can Vinita Gupta has used simple diyas to create beautiful Swati Deshpande has created this beautiful designer curtain Bharati Sanghvi has created this cute little
ideally be treated as a wall hanging. candle holders. to give your home a look of elegance. pen stand with lots of space and a very unique shape which will
surely enhance the look of your reading table.

Material Material Material Material


Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colour (Navy Blue 73H, White 27H, Hobby Ideas Shilpkar, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Shimmer Colours ( White 376, Peach 380, Pink 378, Hobby Ideas Shilpkar, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour
Crimson 04H, Cream 83H, Black 02H), Fevicol MR, Fine Art Painting (Black 02, Pearl Metallic Gold 352), Earthen Diya, Sandpaper and Emerald Green 388, Olive Green 381), Fine Art Painting Brush, Pencil (Olive Green 16, Indian Red 10, Black 02), Fine Art Painting Brush,
Brush, Hardboard, Mirror, Kachi clay and Sawdust Ball pen refills and Blue Satin Curtain Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss, Fevicol MR, Gold dust, Handmade paper,
Balloon, Sponge and Jute piece

Method Method
1. To prepare the dough, soak the sawdust in water for 2hrs. 1. Soak the diya overnight and dry it. Method Method
2. Add kachi clay to it and required amount of water to form even 2. Scrape the surface of the diya with a sandpaper to make it even.
1. Wash, dry and iron the satin curtain. 1. Mix the Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Hardener and Resin Base to form the
dough. 3. Mix Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to form a even
2. Draw or trace African coil design on the upper side of the curtain in dough.
3. Take hardboard and trace a design on the rough side of the board. dough.
descending order. 2. Now roll the dough in circular shape and use the piece of jute to
4. Apply Fevicol MR on the design and roll the dough on it, 4. Make long coils out of the dough, place the diya upside down and create textures on it.
3. Draw or trace rose flowers and leaves on the lower side of curtain
to give it an embossed mirror look for the border. wrap the coil around it to form the body of the tortoise.
in ascending order. 3. Take a balloon, blow it and use the dough to cover the balloon to
5. Emboss the mirrors on the mirror shaped dough pieces. 5. Mould the head, four legs and a tail out of the dough and fix form a potli by pleating the extra dough around it. Leave it to set.
4. Paint the African Coil Design with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Shimmer
Let it dry thoroughly. them to the diya.Let it dry thoroughly.
Colours- White and Peach alternately with Fine Art Painting Brush. 4. In the same way create the tissue holder and the pin holder.
6. Paint the painting with Hobby Ideas All Surface 6. Paint the diya with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic colour- Black.
5. Paint the rose flowers with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 5. Paint the article with Fevicryl Acrylic Colour- Black.
Acrylic colour- Navy Blue, Crimson, White, Cream and Black. After drying use dry brush technique and apply Fevicryl Hobby
Shimmer Colours - Pink and leaves with Emerald Green and Olive 6. Give dry brush strokes using Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour
Let it dry. Ideas Acrylic Colour- Pearl Metallic Gold. Let it dry.
Green with Fine Art Painting Brush. Let it dry. Olive Green. Let it dry.
6. Iron the reverse portion of the curtain after 24 hours. 7. Apply gold dust with sponge and apply a coat of Hobby Ideas
Glue n Gloss to varnish the pen stand.

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Gallery Gallery
Jasmine Table Clock Mini Kitchen Murals Elizabethan Candle Stand Tribal Mask
Bharati Sanghvi has created this beautiful table clock using the Kitchens always have a simple dcor. To enthuse it with some Amruta Pathre has skillfully created this candle stand to Tribal Masks make very interesting
art of punch craft to decorate your tea table. vibrancy Apexa Tailor has created these artistic mini kitchen create the elegance of the Elizabethan age candle holder. decorative wall pieces. Smita Nandkarni has made one to add
fridge magnets. to innumerable ideas of home decorative items.

Material Material Material Material


Hobby Ideas Paper Punches (Jasmine flower punch, Lily flower punch, Hobby Ideas Shilpkar, Hobby Ideas Medium-1, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colours(Cerulean Blue 32H, Navy Blue Hobby Ideas Shilpkar, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour
leaf punch), Coloured paper (Lemon Yellow, White, Light Green, Grey), Acrylic Colour (Black 02), Fevicol MR, 2 wooden cuttings of figurative 73H, Cream 83H, Black 02H), Fine Art Painting Brush, Hobby Ideas (Black 02,Shimmer Emerald Green 388, Pearl Green 304), Fine Art
Fevicol GlueDrops, Fevicol MR, Big ball tool, Small ball tool, Clock fork and spoon, Talcum powder, Golden powder, Silver Powder, Magnets, Crackle Medium and Wooden Carved Elizabethan Candle Stand Painting Brush, Bamboo and Ghungroos
machine and Scissor Tracing paper Yellow, Old Pens/Pen Caps and Toothpick.

Method Method Method Method


1. Punch out jasmine flowers from the lemon yellow paper using 1. Mix Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to form even 1. Clean the wooden stand to remove dust. 1. Take a wide half cut bamboo.
Hobby Ideas Jasmine Paper punch, lily flowers from the white paper dough. 2. Paint the stand with Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic Colour- Cream. 2. Mix the Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to form even
using lily punches & leaves from the light green paper using leaf 2. Make a petal shape to emboss the face part. Put it on the wooden Let it dry. dough.Make a rectangular sheet out of the dough and cover the
punch. piece and press it lightly with the finger to make the nose, ear and 3. Apply a coat of Hobby Ideas Crackle Medium on the wooden stand. bamboo to form the mask.
2. Give eight cuts on each petal of the yellow flower using a scissor. eyes. Leave it for 30 minutes. 3. Mould out eyes, nose and lips using the dough on the mask.
Use the small ball tool on the reverse side of the yellow flowers to 3. On the head part and the neck part apply very thin coat of 4. Once tacky apply random strokes of Hobby Ideas All Surface Acrylic 4. Roll dough to make thin cords and roll them below the ear to form
emboss them. Use the big ball tool to emboss the reverse side of Hobby Ideas Shilpkar as shown in the diagram. Colour- Cerulean Blue, Navy Blue and Black on the wooden candle coiled ornaments. Place the ghunghroos on the head of the mask.
the leaves. 4. Paint the whole mural with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour- stand. Cracks will form in the direction of the brush strocks. 5. Mould out leaves from the dough and place them over the
3. Cut an oriental intricate design from the white paper and paste it Black. Let it dry. 5. After 20 minutes cracks will start appearing. Let it dry. ghunghroos to form the head gear of the mask.
on the board with Fevicol MR 5. Mix Gold dust with Hobby Ideas Medium- 1 and paint the spoons 6. Paint the mask with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour Black.
4. Stick the oriental design cut out from the white paper using with same. Let it dry. Give dry brush strokes on the mask using Fevicryl Acrylic Hobby
Fevicol GlueDrops. 6. Mix Silver dust with Hobby Ideas Medium- 1 and paint the Ideas Colour- Shimmer Emerald Green and Pearl Green. Let it dry.
5. Stick the flowers in a bunch along with leaves around it on the ornaments on the neck and the head of the murals. Let it dry.
three corners of the grey paper.

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Studio Space

What are the obstacles you faced in setting up your own Which is the most interesting project that you have
organization? worked on?
I faced similar kinds of obstacles which everybody faces in the More than commercial some of my residential sites are more
beginning of their career. The biggest problem which I faced interesting and there are few such sites where I received lots of
was to arrange manpower to start a dormant site and then to appreciation from my clients.
attend the office work, like drawing and handling quotations.
I had to sit for late hours to give my best, which of course is What is your dream project?
paying off now. My dream project is to design & implement a full township with
latest technology, something that will give me the opportunity
How long have you been practicing as an interior to utilize my ideas even for the interiors & exterior of the
decorator? transport, road designs with odd shaped pools. I want to include
Its almost 10 years now that I am practicing as an lots of landscaping and beautiful childrens parks, etc.
Interior Designer.
Were you ever interested in art?
When you take up a project what are the different I was born in a creative family of musicians and artists. At the
aesthetics which you keep in your mind? age of 2 years I was capable of making human faces & animals.
While taking up a project the most important thing which I never had any formal training; still I managed to win lots of
I normally keep in mind is to enhance the natural beauty of the drawing & painting competitions in school & college. I believe
place, with required things added with an artistic taste and the ultimate artist is the Almighty, who has done different types
finally something which should fulfill my creativity. Vaastu of creations.
based designs are easy to maintain.
The latest trend is to use designer tiles, furniture shapes and Do you feel art & craft is important in building a childs career? If
Dollye Vasu fabrics. Textures are all planned at the very yes, why?
beginning and presented to the client during the Of course, it is totally important otherwise children wont under-
Dollye Vasu is a new age interior designer who gives the shape commencement of the project. stand things without making them practical. Art & craft is also
of reality to your dreams and creates the prefect home for a very interesting way to make children understand the ways of
you. In an interview with Sridatta Gupta she tells us about the What should be the essential qualities which one should imbibe life. Besides, practical work goes deeply into their brains. The
vibrancy of this field and the gradual ascent which led her to to be an interior decorator? study of Art & craft makes them aware about their surroundings.
this stage. The three most essential qualities which are required to be an
interior designer is creativity, audio-video Have you ever used Pidilite products? If yes, which one you liked
imagination and implementing the ideas on the paper and then the most and why?
What drove you to choose interior decoration as a profession? the proper execution of those ideas. Two more very important I have used almost all Pidilite products. your products are the
I was always passionate about art and my father guided me to ingredients which are very much required are honesty and best. As a student I used Fevicol a lot. Today for my work
choose the right career path. He suggested me to take up dedication. Basic knowledge of the various softwares, the purpose I use Fevicol, M-Seal for almost all the carpentry & civil
Interior Decoration where in I could professionally beautify a knowledge of Vaastu, the different aspects like carpentry, civil, works. The Roff Cement is also my favourite recommendation to
place and at the same time use my creativity at my own free pop, painting, plumbing works are also very important to pace my clients.
will. Moreover, this is one genre where creativity, aesthetics, up the work.
artistic insight have been mingled, so its kind of amalgamation
of all the aspects of art under one roof.

For further details contact

Dollye I. Vasu
K. D. Consultants
10, Pushtikar Society,
Patel Estate Road,
Jogeshwari (W),
Mumbai 400 102
Tel: 2679 3526
Mobile: 9167658822

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Your Box
Key Chain Holder Floral Stole Creative Craft Corner
Ashwini Shah has created this beautiful key chain holder which Fashion with creativity is the style statement which CREATIVE MINDS FOR A CREATIVE FUTURE
will not only serve as a utility item but a decorative piece too. Kirti Thakur has tried to give to this winter wear.
Creative Minds is the offshoot of Creative Craft initiative which was In this contest the students were encouraged to think about subjects
launched last year under the larger banner of Pidilite Industries Ltd that were related to everyday life and which were futuristic concepts.
with a larger mandate. This was initiated to not only instill art & In doing so it provided the students the opportunity to compete with
craft among children but also to enrich their learning experience in their own creativity and convert their class room learning to workable
other subjects. This initiative was meant to make the students dream, concepts and models.
imagine, observe and create.
More than a competition it was a fun experience, where in the
Creative Mind started its journey with Fevicol Project Challenge - students got to employ their creativity and create workable models
a quest to nurture the next generation of scientists and thinkers. This related to their daily life experience. It gave them a scope to broaden
contest was for students from standards 5th to 10th and was piloted in their creative horizon and experiment with their skills, talents
schools in New Mumbai. and intelligibility, which could have some substance and futuristic
implications. Hence, Creative Craft aspires to host many such events in
The topics given were
future for the upgradation of the students.
Model of mechanism and machines that influence our daily life
Manufacturing process and principle of objects of everyday use
Space technology
Human body systems
Devices that extend human capacity
Energy conservation and sources of renewable energy
Human settlements of the future

Material Material
Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour (Lemon Yellow 11, White 27), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Pearl Metallic Acrylic Colour (Gold 352, Red 356,
Fevicol MR, Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss, Spices-Black Pepper, Green 357), Fine Art Painting Brush, Yellow Pencil and Plain Stole.
Cardamom, Red Chilly, Clove, Cinnamon, Star Anise and MDF Board

Method Method
1. Draw a design on the MDF board with pencil. 1. Wash, dry and iron the stole.
2. Apply Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour Lemon Yellow and White 2. Draw or trace a floral design on the stole.
on the MDF board. 3. Paint the floral design with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Pearl Metallic
3. Stick all spices according to the design pattern on the MDF board Acrylic Colour- Gold, Red and Green. Let it dry.
with Fevicol MR. Let it dry. 4. Iron the reverse portion of the stole after 24 hrs.
4. Apply 3 coats of Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss. Let it dry.
5. Fix hooks on the mount board to complete the key chain holder.

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Inspiring Creativity Inspiring Creativity
Walsingham High School of Mumbai is a true cradle of talent and creativity.

African Mask Tribal Woman Corn Leaves Bouquet

Method
1. Paint the corn leaves using Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic
Colour Pearl Metallic Gold and Pearl Metallic Red. Let it dry.
2. Fold a Pearl Metallic Red corn leaf to form a petal and fix it
on the stick using green tape.
3. Similarly use 5 more Pearl Metallic Red corn leaves to form the
other petals and fix them around the stick to complete the flowers.
4. Make two more flowers using the same procedure with Pearl
Metallic Gold and Pearl Metallic red corn leaves.
5. Fix all these flowers in a small earthen pot filled with mud.
6. Fix artificial leaves around them to give the bouquet a plush look.
7. Paint the straws with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour- Pearl
Metallic Red, Pearl Metallic Gold and Pearl Blue. Let it dry.
8. Insert small metallic balls on the top of the straws.
9. Fix these decorative straws in between the floral sticks to give the
bouquet a complet look.
10. Wrap the earthen pot with a blue net.

Creative Hand: Mushan Langalia , Class IV-B.


Material Material
Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Pearl Acrylic Colour (Lemon Yellow 302, Pink 303, Hobby Ideas Shilpkar, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic colour Material
Green 304, Blue 305, Lilac 307, Golden Yellow 308, Rose Pink 310, ( Olive Green 16, Indian Red 10, Black 02), Fine Art Painting Brush, Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour ( Pearl Metallic Gold 352, Pearl
Spring Green 311, Black 306), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 3D Oultiner (Glitter Hobby Ideas Glue n Gloss, Fevicol MR, Gold dust, Handmade paper, Metallic Red 356, Pearl Blue 305), Fine Art Painting Brush, Metallic
Green 304, Glitter Gold 401, Glitter Pink 410), Fevicryl Hobby Ideas No Balloon, Sponge and Jute piece Balls, Blue net, Earthen pot, Artificial leaves, Green tape, Straws,
Stitch Fabric Glue, Fevicol GlueDrops, Fine Art Painting Brush, Paper Sticks and Corn Leaves
plate, Stones , Feathers, Chart paper and Scissor
Method
Method
1. Mix the Hobby Ideas Shilpkar Hardener and Resin Base to form an
1. Draw the African mask on the paper plate.

Creative Craft Corner


even dough.
2. Paint the mask using Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Pearl Acrylic
2. Take a small portion of the dough to cover the cap of the ketchup
Colour Lemon Yellow, Pink, Green, Blue, Lilac, Golden Yellow,
bottle and mould the head of the tribal woman.
Rose Pink and Spring Green as shown in the picture. Let it dry.
3. Take more portions of the dough to form the legs and hands of the Your moments of fame is one mail away. Send in your contributions at the below mentioned address and get
3. Outline the mask with Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Pearl Acrylic
woman on the bottle. featured in your favourite Art & Craft magazine.
Colour- Black. Let it dry.
4. Use small portion of the dough to mould her facial features like
4. Outline the different portions of the maske like the eyes, lips with eyes, ears, lips and nose. Let it dry.
Fevicryl Hobby Ideas 3D Outliner Glitter Green, Glitter Gold and
5. Paint the tribal woman with Fevicryl Acrylic Colour- Black.
Glitter Pink to enhance these features. Let it dry. Please Note: Entries of School Teachers and School Students will be entertained only.
6. Use Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Acrylic Colour- Pearl Metallic Bronze to
give dry brush strokes on the bottle. Let it dry.

Pidilite Industries Ltd FEVIART, Art & Craft Resource Centre, Publication Division, Ramkrishna Mandir Road, Kondivita,
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IMPRESSIONIST
monumental figure studies. In 1931-33 he returned to an earlier theme
in The Dance, a pair of large mural paintings, one of which is at the
Barnes Foundation, Merion, Pa. Throughout his career Matisse employed
his serene and joyous imagery in mediums outside the fine arts -- book
illustration, tapestry and rug design, and architectural decoration.
From 1944 to the end of his life, he produced decoupes, in which he
cut shapes from colored paper and pasted them onto fields of white.
These works, which achieve an ultimate blending of Matisses vibrant
color with the energetic flow of his line, are considered by many to be
his best. Matisses supreme accomplishment, which may be seen in all
his work, was to liberate color from its traditionally realistic function
and to make it the foundation of a decorative art of the highest order.
Henry Matisse (1869 1954)

There is nothing more difficult for a truly creative painter than to


paint a rose, because before he can do so he has first to forget all the
roses that were ever painted.

Henri Matisse was born in December of 1869 in Le Cateau, France. He


began painting during convalescence from an operation, and in 1891
moved to Paris to study art. Matisse became an accomplished painter,
sculptor and graphic designer, and one of the most influential artists
of the 1900s.He was the leader of the Fauves, a group of artists whose
style emphasized intense color and vigorous brushstrokes. He believed
the arrangement of colors was as important as a paintings subject
matter to communicate meaning. He avoided detail, instead using
bright color and strong lines to create a sense of movement. In 1905,
works by Matisse and other Fauve painters were exhibited together. The
bold forms and bright colors of these paintings shocked the Paris art
world. Matisses work reflects a number of influences: the decorative
quality of Near Eastern art, the stylized forms of the masks and
sculpture of African, the bright colors of the French impressionists, and
the simplified forms of French artist Paul Cezanne and the cubists.
Matisse carried the expressive freedom of his Fauve manner into
sculpture, which first achieved distinctive individuality in the flowing,
semiabstract forms of La Serpentine (1909; Museum of Art, Baltimore,
Md.) and The Back (1909-30; Museum of Modern Art), a series of

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2 Years 8 ` 240 ` 200 ` 40
1 Years 4 ` 120 ` 110 ` 10
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Price inclusive of mailing charges
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Range of Products

3D OUTLINERS ACRYLIC COLOURS GLASS COLOURS (SOLVENT BASED)

GLASS COLOURS (WATER BASED) ALL SURFACE ACRYLIC COLOURS NO STITCH FABRIC GLUE

CERAMIC COLOURS CRACKLE MEDIUM GLUE N GLOSS

Registration No. MAHBIL/2006/17391

SUNCATCHER KIT FABRIC PEN SHILPKAR


March 2011

DECORATIVE 3D NOZZLES 3D CONE OUTLINER DESIGN STENCILS

Pidilite Industries Limited Regent Chambers Mumbai 400 021.

For further details contact: Pidilite Industries Ltd Resource Centre, Ramkrishna Mandir Road,
Andheri (E) Mumbai 400 059 Tel: 28357387 Website: www.pidilite.com email: feviart@pidilite.co.in

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