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Restoring an Old Teapot

I’m not a hoarder by nature, but becoming a DIY blogger has made me a bit of a junk collector in the last few years. Anything and everything seems like a potential project, and as a result many, many things…

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DIY Sari: From Two Old Dupattas

I don’t know about you guys, but I don’t really like to spend a lot of money on Indian party wear clothes, that’s what got me thinking about making a DIY sari.  As much as I love Indian clothes, and…

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DIY Handwritten Balloons

These DIY Handwritten Balloons are  so simple, I almost didn’t post them. Guys, it’s balloons that I wrote on with a Sharpie!! I know a lot of people aren’t into balloons anymore (how 1990’s), but I kind of secretly love…

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DIY Centrepiece for Diwali with Evite

One of my favourite things about dinner parties and entertaining is the planning. I love dreaming up menus, searching for the perfect serving pieces, planning my wardrobe, and of course, creating handmade decor. And there is no better time of…

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DIY Bollywood Playing Cards for Diwali

  One of my favourite parts of Diwali is entertaining and connecting with friends. This year I’m planning on hosting some of my friends for a card night a few days before Diwali, so of course … Bollywood playing cards are…

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Turn Eye Shadow into Nail Polish {Inspired by India}

Last summer I went through a brief obsession with metallic eye shadow. It lasted about three weeks, yet somehow I ended up with a rather large collection. Now that I’m back to eyeliner, mascara, and the occasional swipe of nude…

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Quilled Paper Jhumka {Indian Earrings} DIY

A few weeks ago I was randomly watching YouTube videos and came across a tutorial for jhumke made out of paper (quilled paper jhumke). Anyone who knows me knows that I have a bit of an obsession with jhumke, and…

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Reinventing a Dupatta as a Scarf

Scarves are probably my favourite accessory of all time. I have my winter scarves (thick and cozy), my summer scarves (light weight and whimsical), and even my desi scarves; also known as shawls, and perfect to pair with sarees and…

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Henna Inspired Champagne Flutes DIY

Many of my friends are observing Ramadan right now, and along with hosting Iftar get-togethers, they are also planning Eid celebrations. When I think of Eid, one of the first things that pops into my mind is gorgeous Arabic henna…


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