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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Flower Pot Making | Creativity | Home Decorations | Chavanprash Container

hello beautiful girls. How are you all? Happy monday morning !! , hope you all enjoyed the weekend. After Navratri  look, I have a creativity post for decorating your home. As we all girls are very excited when it comes to our own creation, we find different ways to decorate our homeflower pots from waste Patanjali chavanprash containers.







So, I just unwrapped it and  then clean. see the picture.



Now , I took fabric colors to pain them with brushes..


 And the pattern, I have made.





hope you liked the post.

Love you guys ! see you soon.


Be happy n Be stylish :) 
Cheers !

65 comments:

  1. These look so cute. Nice DIY Rishika.

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  2. Nice use of waste container. We can also try making pen holder or spoon stand with small size container. I will also try this at home. O by the way ! I really liked your blogs theme. :)
    Looking forward to more such DIY posts.
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    1. yaa Alisha ! Many things we can do. its all about thinking & creativity :) Thanks a lot

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  3. Amazing diy dear 😀
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  4. Great post and diy.

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  5. Awesome dear.looks nice on waste container.keep it up....

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  6. wow Rishika you are so innovative. Loved this DIY :)

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  7. You are very creative
    Lovin the colors.

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    1. Thank you so much ! I am blushing ... hehe

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  8. Arre Wah Rishika, What a creativity huh! Very good :) They look super cute too..

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  9. What a wonderful idea! Your project is so sweet

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  10. lovely! x

    jess x | wellwellgirls.blogspot.com

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  11. Great idea! I love it..)

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  12. So cool, so easy to do, will surely try it out on as many dabbas as I can find lying around :D

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  13. Amazing idea!!!
    Chiara
    Www.chiaraangiolino.it

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  14. wooow rishika...could not imagine these pots were made by chavanprash bottles :D great diy

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  15. Such an amazing post :) I'll try it, so easy to do :)

    Check my blogs also -

    http://shinewithsrestha.blogspot.in/2016/04/summer-makeup-tutorial.html?m=1

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    1. hey Thanks dear ! :) Will sure check your blog too.

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  16. Lovely idea dear!! pots look really very cute..:-)

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  17. such a kool idea!!

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  18. Awww what a cute idea! Love the outcome.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  19. What a beautiful idea! Love these!
    ~Lili
    www.thefashionsalt.com

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  20. Nice diy idea :) you painted them so cute :)
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  21. What a nice DIY, I'm going to try this too :D

    Ilona
    www.artthisisart.com

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  22. This is indeed very pretty :* truly loved your makeover of such a small item :/


    http://missweirdandnormal.com/2016/04/fashion-picks-jabong-ss16-collection.html

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  23. Loving the pattern you made, it's soo cute! You're super talented. :) Thanks for sharing!

    Kay
    http://www.shoesandglitter.com/

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    1. hey Kay ! thanks for your lovely comment dear !

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  24. This is a really great DIY! It looks so pretty, I mean it's classy, affordable, and you can put on any pattern you like, what more could someone want??

    Thanks a lot for sharing!

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    1. hey ! thanks Jane for wonderful comment :)

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  25. Wow! first I thought that you are doing some kind of review of Patanjali products hehe, but this idea is so cool :)

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  26. You are so creative. It is very pretty, I am gonna try this :)
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  27. Hi Rishika, this is such a great idea! Nobody can even make out these cute pots are made from the useless bottles! Good work dear��

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    1. hello husna :) thank you so much dear :)

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  28. What a brilliant idea,you have a real talent girl! This is going in my bookmarked list :D

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    1. hey dear thank you so much dear :) keep going :D

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