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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Kumkuma Bharanis made from Seashells

I have already shared about the Collection of Kumkuma Bharanis , in previous posts:
My collection of Kumkuma Baharanis
Some more Kumkuma Bharanis
Paper Mache Kumkuma Bharanis
Kumkuma Bharani- with Peacock design

I have some Kumakuma Bharanis , made from Seashells. Sharing about those in this post.
This one made of white shell , with conical lid also made of shell.

The below one is made of Seashell, which has natural design on it:


The below is made with colored shells:

                                                           This is made of flat shells:


Love , laugh and live the life to the fullest,
-Ranjana

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful Bharanis made of seashells! Amazing works!

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  2. You are highly creative. Keep on creating such beautiful work and sharing. Very nice.
    Sabyasachi

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  3. superb and attractive works done by you ranjana..way to go!

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  4. BEAUTIFULLY MADE. EXCELLENT SKILLED WORK.

    CONGRATULATIONS. THANKS FOR SHARING.

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  5. Looks nice !!!

    Neat presentation:))

    Keep on Dear ..

    Welcome to my

    www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  6. Love your collection, Ranjana.Did u make them all..? Wow...

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  7. Incredible. Do you make the metal parts yourselves?

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  8. beautiful ! what an awesome collection you have ..

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  9. I love how you incorporated shells in your projects. Hi, stopped by your blog from Khatija's creative mind. You have such delicious recipes on your blog.
    p.s: I have a Ramadan and Eid party supplies giveaway going on right now. Check it out just in case you are interested. http://www.craftionary.net/2012/07/lantern-court-ramadan-and-eid-giveaway.html
    Have a nice day!

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  10. initially i wondered ,what are bharanis ..until i saw d pics, beautiful.

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  11. Mind blowing work. Can I get one???

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  12. Those are pretty, and well done - the artist just saw the beauty already in the shell, and used it.

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  13. Wow its pretty beautiful.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in

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