This idea was inspired by the cutest incense, we’ve ever gotten. It was almost the same design, with different scents on either side of the wand. In fact, we were thinking about adapting the idea for Halloween, almost immediately. And once we got started, we realised that this DIY is actually easier than it looks! Making it perfect for a kids, both as a treat and as an activity. So, let’s get started on our DIY Halloween Candy Wands!
Diwali is little over a month away, and we think we’re going to be ahead of the curve this year. No more last minute rushing about, frantically looking for ideas. Instead, we have planned ahead and will be working on our supplies, every week leading up to Diwali (watch this space for more). The first project that we worked on was these pretty DIY tea light holders. Like most people, we prefer using tea lights on Diwali as compared to diyas. They’re a lot more practical to use. On the other hand, they’re definitely not the prettiest option. So, we wanted to make something that’s pretty, easy to use and can be made in large numbers (not going to use 4 diyas, are you? didn’t think so). And, these embellished Diwali Tea Light Holders are exactly that.
It’s almost festival season in India and there’s a whole lot of weddings, parties and occasions coming up. (Also, I’m having massive post wedding blues, since my sister got married.) So, I wanted to share one of my favourite glitter manicure ideas with you. It’s the way I do my nails when I want them to look pretty. But, I don’t have too much time to get anything fancy done. More importantly, this 10 minute mani goes with practically anything you wear. Which is convenient for someone like me, who leaves getting ready till the very last minute.