Thursday, April 15, 2010

Puja Thali Decoration



Puja Thali Decoration

This Thali i made for my wedding. We use this Thali in every Puja during wedding. This Thali is containing some small bouls for Kumkum, Haldi, Mehendi etc. There is small Diya & Dhoopbatti stand and Kalash. These things are very imp in Puja Thali. I use normal steel plate for this. The base colour red is oilpaint. The purpose of using the oilpaint is it should not wash if we wash the plate. It should remain there forever. And why this Thali is different from others that i have done Cone Painting on it. I made Cone like Mehendi cones and fill it with colours and directly apply on the plate. I also use different size Kundans or Stones to decorate it. For Cone painting it tooks so much time and patience and also very good painting skill. Or else it can really messed up. Also it needs Mehendi skills or practise to hold the cone and paint it. The consistancy of the colours play very imp part while cone painting. But it looks very neat very beautiful. It gives really very diff effect than others.

4 comments:

  1. hi
    its so pretty.........
    i also want to know details about it.
    after base colour which colour is filled in cone its a normal enamel oil paint or the oil paint that is coming in a tube and how many days it take to dry it.please reply it as early as possible its urgent on orkut.i had invite u on my orkut.thanx a lot
    priyanka maheshwari.

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  2. Hi Priya,
    Thanks for ur comment. I have given Red Oil-paint for base of the Thali. And i use Oil -paint colours only for the cone painting, as in India we get gud ,thick oil-paints. so we can fill them in mehendi cones easily. but just be careful while making the cone. make very thin hole for the cone. so the paint will not come so much at a time. If u dry ur plate by sun-side it gets dry within 1 or 2 days. bt alwys keep it by dry place.
    byee

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  3. arya agrawal(aryaagrawal44@gmail.comNovember 3, 2010 at 3:29 PM

    hi very nice thali can u tell me colour discription thats use in ur panting of thali.i hv alredy many item of this type like as chauki diya bhandhanbar etc.

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  4. Thanks arya.
    i already mentioned upside about colours which i used for thali, i used oil paints. All colours are normal liquid and thick oil-paints which are easily avaible in market. And these colours doesnt go even after washing the plate. You can use metalic colours too. if you have any more quiries contact me.
    byee

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