Thursday, November 4, 2010

Indian themed centerpieces and gift tags !!

Continuing with the earlier post of centerpieces in my house. Today I will show you some more Diwali centerpieces in my house!! Centerpieces portray the mood of the home.. or party!! All the centerpieces are coordinated according to the theme which is Diwali- festival of lights.. 


This is the corner of my dining area..I always feel corners are neglected as I guess they are difficult to decorate..Lot of trail and permutations of different decorations usually goes in the corner decor before I finalize one.. For now I am happy with this corner's decor!!


Diwali decorations

Since I shifted here only last month..So my plants are still very small..I think the silver vine will look pretty when it grows more!! This ornamental ganesha is a gift from a friend and also the carved wooden elephant.. The ladies and the lotus candles are from Z├╝rich. 




I have collected Indian themed items from all over the world..Another one I love to collect is beach themed items..The plate is from Venice, Italy. The white lotus is a battery operated light which toggles between different colors!!



Another centerpiece reusing halloween's pumpkins..With their scary faces turned inside I kept few around a short vase with chrysanthemums in it..




Placed it with earthen and shell candles which I am planning to burn only on the main day of Diwali which is tomorrow!!


Diwali centerpiece



How about a game of Tic Tac Toe with candles.. Using round and square candles with skewers in the middle!!! Another corner glass table .. looks prettier than in picture here!!


Festivals are about giving gifts and presents.. l!! It is something I made with my hands with love just for you:) I hope you will like it!!







You can download these in JPEG here!! 

Happy festivities!!!! Happy Diwali!!!





14 comments:

Entertaining Women said...

I hope that Diwali celebration is wonderful. You've done a lovely job with your centerpieces. I really like the golden yellow of the mums surrounded by the pops of turquoise and green...and the tic tac toe board in candles....great idea! Thank you for sharing your charming designs and for stopping by my post. Cherry Kay

Purnima@a creative project said...

Thanks Kay for your kind encouraging comments!!!

Julie said...

Enjoyed my visit to your blog!

Julie
www.equusvilla.blogspot.com

Patricia Torres said...

*sigh* What can I say.. thats simply gorgeous.. I like the fact that it is so simple.. yet so so beautiful.. and it has two lotus'.. thats the best part!!

Can I say.. I have the same ganesha.. and the same lotus candles.. :-)

So.. i will try and replicate this.. for Diwali!

Sound Horn Please said...

That is so sweet of you- Thanks for the gift tags :) And I'm envious all the desi bloggers barring me seemed to have lotus shaped candles- I want them too!

padmaja said...

Purnima, your tic tac toe candle arrangement is awesome! I am usre your baby plants will grow beautifully soon, and thanks for your cute gift! Happy Diwali to you too!

Rekha said...

The Tic-tac idea is so cool, loved the arrangements Purnima....you are invited to link in all the posts you create for Diwali if you wish...we'll be really glad if you do..Happy Diwali!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful decorations.
Wish you Happy Deepavali.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

I don't know anything at all about this particular celebration -- but the decorations are beautiful.

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Everything looks so beautiful! I love visiting your blog.

Scribbler :) said...

O I should have seen the From - To cards earlier :(
Love them. You are so creative!.

I like the ladies in your corner table too.

Anu Gummaraju said...

Loved the flowers and diyas, and the cards are simply wonderful! - Anu

SV said...

Diwali decoration is gorgeous!
I will take a lamp made by you.
Thanks for sharing!

Italian Home Decor said...

Rich in color and texture are the qualities of Indian centerpieces that I like. They give these rooms a palatial feel.

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