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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!


  1. Cute or what ! These are gorgeous !

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

  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...

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

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

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

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

  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.... :)

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

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

  11. These are fabulous...mind making a whole curtain for me? heheh!! just 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...

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

  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!

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

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

  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.

  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 :)

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

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

    I'm hosting my first giveaway from 'My Memories' and it will be so exciting if you would like to join! :) Thank you!

    en la moda

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

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

  22. good idea, thanks for your good craft


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