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Guest Designing and a Recycled Project!

Happy Weekend! I know, I don't normally post on Saturdays but today is a special day. I have been chosen as the guest blogger of the month at Kalalayaa's Art Studio and I have a sweet little interview over there. I would love for you to stop by and say hi and let me know what you think :)


Another reason is that I wanted to share another recycled project that I worked on a while ago and forgot to post about it here. And since its the last day to enter CraftyJC Challenge#9-Recycling, I thought I would do it today.

After recycling, old CDs, cereal boxes, packing cardboard, this time I went on to recycle egg trays :)

It started out with these - Egg Trays

Cut and painted with acrylic colors

And after adding beads and Pie Lane buttons, turned to door hanging. (Okay, my curtain rod is a little lose and needs repair :D)

So what do you think? I think they are pretty cute, you can make them as long or as short you like, hang them alongside your curtains and they will give a completely new look :)

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Cute or what ! These are gorgeous !

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  2. OH WOW... This looks super... I mean... I think this is my favorite recycled project of yours so far....!!totally Dhin Chak...!!

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  3. Oh... its just unbelievable! How come it even clicked ur mind... I loved it to the core... Just mind blowing! These are perfect to decorate your home for upcoming diwali season... gr8 going Ujjwal...

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  4. I think they are super cute! Very clever and brilliant idea! TFS!

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  5. oh by the way I used your gorgeous papers again! Thank you so much!

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  6. Fantastic. Do make some flowers too Ujjwal from these

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  7. Very neat idea Ujjwal! Very colorful too! :)

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  8. Oh!GORGEOUS!!! U would not believe every time I threw them into the bin, I thought what could I do recycle it as.... But blank & nothing flashed.... And VOILA!!! There you are making THE BEST out of THE WASTE!!!! Kudos!!!

    Ash.... :)

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  9. These are super awesome! way to go girl!!

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  10. wow! Ujjwal. Really classy stuff! Now Your Kuda wala will be very angry with you! But they look super cool!!

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  11. These are fabulous...mind making a whole curtain for me? heheh!! just kidding...how many eggs will you guys end up eating for me?

    super awesome girl!!

    p.s. don't put this into the Q&A...its a rhetorical question...

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  12. thats very pretty and innovative ujjwal..good going!

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  13. What? How can u think an egg box can be a piece of wall hanging? That's so creative of u Ujjwal! tooo good!

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  14. Wow ....This is such a cool idea! Loved it

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  15. Congrats on being featured! Love your colourful hanging! :)

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  16. You are so clever, Ujjwal! I love the bright and bold colours you chose. That is hilarious how you noticed your curtain rod. Congrats on your Guest Blogger position! I'm off to check it out.

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  17. That is downright creative, gal. what a fab project. And such fabulous colours. I soo love it

    Thanks a lot for playing along at CraftyJC Challenge :)

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  18. this is super creative ujjwal..... colours will just lift up the moods in any room where u hang them....

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  19. What a fantastic idea! You're so creative! This is such an inspiration ;)

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  20. They look awesome!! Um going tot try some too!!

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  21. superb!! simply stunning!! You totally rock!! Im following you now.. and am so hoping you'll pop by at my blog too.. :-)

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  22. good idea, thanks for your good craft

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