Friends a mango design with colors...
This is a free hand kolam , I marked my surface out in chalk first then applied the rice flour over the lines , then I added the colour and then did the finishing touches which where the swirley lines using the rice flour over the colord kolam powder . This took me about 2 hours to complete
:bigsmile: LAST WEEK 12/11/2011,we had a diwali dinner(i know it's rather late) at our place.i did this rangoli as a gesture to welcome the guest.thank god i took this photo before the function because almost 500 of them turned up and just imagine wat would have happened at the end of the function enjoy viewing.have a great day:)colours-colour powder@ rangoli powder/white stuff-rava@sujipowder.
WISHING ALL RANGOLI LOVERS A VERY JOYFUL DIWALI AND AN EVENTFUL NEW YEAR
1. Cut the colour woollen thread into small pieces.
2. Then grind it in kitchen mixie (if you cut it into large piece, then your mixie will be under repair). It will become a cotton.
3. Draw any design in chart paper.
4. Now paste cotton (woollen)in the chart paper, according to that design.
While my son was doing his HW i dis this....
this I made as freehand rangoli to welcome thai thirumagal.
pongal nall vazhthukkal to all ikolam members
i am fond of mango design, and this is one such kolam