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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Screen printing with double color

This is the first time I tried screen printing with double colour. This is again my Attige's (Bhabhi/Sister in law) saree. Very nice , Mysore silk. The colour of the saree is Purple and that of border is Green, but somehow the photos are not showing the exact colour. So used light Purple, light Green and Golden colour combination.
The starting of the saree is printed with flower motifs,

And straight vine designs on the fleets.

The closer view of the flower. Here I've used light Purple colour for flowers and Green colour for leaves.And attached small kundans on the flower.
And the Pallu of the saree with Green, Light Purple and Golden colour flowers:
And attached small Kundans on the flower


In the below photo the colour of the saree is shown exactly.
And here is the blouse.



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

23 comments:

  1. Hi Ranjana ,

    where are you Dear?????

    I need your embroidary work:))

    Keep up your good work Ranjana:)))

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  2. These changes have given it a unique look....very nice.

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  3. EXCELLENT ART WORK & VERY ATTRACTIVE COLOURS. I VERY MUCH APPRECIATE YOUR SPECIAL TALENT. THANKS FOR SHARING.
    ;)))))

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  4. i admire your work ranjana!your bhabi is very lucky to get this attractive offer from you..looks as if a printed readymade one..

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  5. ohhh queen of screen printing ...beautiful...

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  6. Ranjana,

    One can see, just a simple idea of screen printing brought around such a change in the sari...Very creative :))

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  7. I really, really love this work.

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  8. my my ! thats pure magic ! you turned an ordinary sari into a unique and b'ful one !

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  9. Nice, very good images of the design

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  10. Beautifully designs on the sarees.

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  11. Another creative and beautiful design ! Ranjana you need to model these sari's to highlight the full extent of the excellence in design.

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  12. Very attractive combinations. I feel like visiting you and observe your art at your work place.

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  13. Thank you all.
    @ P. N. Subramanian: You are always welcome Sir.

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  14. Hi Ranjana
    Many thanks for your good wishes for my mothe-in-law.
    Took little brake from hectic schedule out here and went through work. Your screen printed sarees are awesome and they reminds me of my brother he knows this art and had painted my mothers sarees. I must show him your work.

    Keep up the good work, would love to see more of it.

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  15. Magic hands and magic fingers !!
    Loved the work dear.

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