Here is my 2 minute valentine rangoli. I drew up a bird on a folded paper, and cut two stencils out of it. I've used a red card-stock as my background. Along with the two birds, I placed a big heart shaped candy box lid, a small heart-candy, a plastic flower, and dusted white rangoli powder over the whole arrangement to make this quick rangoli. I know, it also looks like a face.
Romance will be in the air at ikolam, and we're excited!
Everyone has their own way of celebrating Valentine's day. We have our own unique way too.
Receiving a romantic rangoli is ikolam’s dream and can turn any shivering days into the sunniest. And in honor of Valentine’s Day this upcoming Sunday, we would like to request one of your red, white and pink romantic rangolis.
Do you have any special favorites? We’d love to see and read about them.
You do have a few days to post, and in the meantime, we'll try to feel content with our dish of red and pink M and M’s.
Judy, Lakshmi Devi, Subashini , Pushpa, Rajamma, Vyjayanthi, Anirudh, Brindha, Sudha, JKM, PreetiN, Vidhya, and ofcourse the Kalaimani family.
Please visit: Romantic Rangolis
Akila's and Alamelu's rangolis
My first project in sculpting! I used my sculpting classmate, who was an African American, as a model. And, I am still looking for my next model to scuplt!