Monday, November 1, 2010

Revisiting Diwali 2009

First things first. A BIG thank you to everyone who hopped over to Blogadda to read my guest post : This Diwali , Dress up your home. You guys made my day & diya-lit evenings:)

An now lets rewind to last year for more Diwali ideas.

This post is all about Diwali decor at my home last year. I had so much fun making the entire dinner set, tealight holders & vases by hand. Yes! I am little mad.See more here.

Some more candle decor ideas to get you all started for the BIG day. Read the entire post here.

And finally when we are talking about celebrating...can it be complete without gifting our loved one? So let's revisit a Gift wrapping guide I did as guest post last year.I hope these will give you tons of ideas to make your giftwraps pretty:) Check it out here.

Though on the work front its been kind of little crazy and I think thats how its going to be but ME being ME I managed to find ENOUGH time to go to both the Shilpoutsav & the Blind School Mela during the week. Well even it meant working through out the night. The first one was a little of a disappointment & the latter was exceptionally good.

I hope you enjoy this little recap from the past.

Images : Credits in the original post.


Rekha said...

Awesome post Prachi....the blogoshpere is brimming with diwali ideas and it feels so nice to see unusual ideas.

Patricia Torres said...

Oh so gorgeous!! Only you know how you create such beautiful stuff.. Wish I could pop in for Diwali to see your beauties.. :-)

PreeOccupied said...

Don't I just love your pottery spread? You can serve food in what you have created! Whoa. :-)

Lakshmi -Celebrations said...

lovely ideas and ur guest post was fabulous.see ideas in my blog too

Sound Horn Please said...

WOW! I can't believe you made the whole set! They are absolutely gorgeous Prachi. Now I'm off to read the previous post you've linked to.

Sanctified Spaces said...

Congrats Purple Homes.

GB said...

Prachi, wishing you and yours a lovely warm diwali!!!

purplehomes said...

So glad everyone enjoyed a little recap from the past. Thanks for your wishes & the lovely words.