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Kokedama: Japanese Art Of Growing Plants On A Moss Ball

Kokedama is a Japanese art of growing plant on a Moss ball. Word Kokedama translates like this

Koke: Moss Dama: Ball
It is also known as poor man’s bonsai. 
Moss Ball
Kokedama in my balcony garden

Recently, I tried to make Kokedama for the first time and I loved the fact that it doesn’t require any pot to grow the plants. Just make a ball of soil and moss and grow tiny plants on it. Kokedama can be hung or kept on a desk or floor indoors as well as outdoors. To watch the complete video on my YouTube channel, you can click here.

Things you’ll need to make Kokedama:

  • Compost – 1 part
  • Coco Peat – 1 part
  • Garden Soil – 1/2 part
  • Tray/bowl to mix ingredients
  • Scissors
  • Gardening Gloves
  • Sphagnum Moss 
  • Ornamental Plants
  • Water
  • String/Twine/Yarn

                   

SUBSTITUTES-
Now there is no need to worry if you don’t get all the supplies. Here are the substitutes:
Instead of compost + Cocopeat + Soil, you can take just Bonsai soil + Coco peat OR Garden Soil and mix sand in a small amount.
Instead of Sphagnum moss, you can use moss stick or coco coir or jute or anything that holds moisture for a long.

                    

PLANTS For KOKEDAMA:
Choose the plants that love moisture as Kokedama is a ball of moss that retains moisture. Basically, all the plants that grow on moss are perfect for Kokedama. Though you can experiment with all the plants. As long as you know the light and water requirement of the plants and hang them in a suitable place and water them accordingly, you can grow just about any plant on Kokedama. The best ones are Fern, Ivy, Lucky bamboo, Spider plant, Syngonium. Succulents hate moisture so avoid using them but if you are not watering Kokedama too often then you give it a try.

                     

1. Start by soaking the moss in water. Till it soaks, mix all the components together(compost + Cocopeat + Soil) thoroughly and then slowly add water until all the components adhere together. Now take some soil in hands and form a sphere. Squeeze out excess water and once the soil ball is ready, keep it aside.

Kokedama tutorial
Mix all the components together

Kokedama Tutorial
Make a ball of soil
2. Spread a plastic sheet on the work area and then take out wet moss from the water. Wring it to remove water and then spread the moss on the plastic sheet. Remember that green part of moss faces down as later it will appear on the outer side of the ball. I didn’t get Sphagnum moss sheet so I used moss stick and took out all the moss that it had. Though the moss was all dried and the moss stick also had a lot of coco coir inside but it really doesn’t matter as moss is used because it retains moisture and that’s what exactly coco coir will do too.

3. Now take out the plant from the pot. Loosen the soil around the root. Make sure you are not damaging root ball or disturbing root system. Now crack open the soil ball into two halves like shown in the image below and then place the roots carefully in the centre. Now make the ball of soil again and if required you can add some more soil at this stage to make a perfect sphere.

Kokedama Tutorial

Kokedama Tutorial

4. Place this ball of soil on the moss that we prepared in the second step. Gently pick up the plastic sheet from all the sides and press firmly to wrap the moss around the soil ball. Make sure that moss adheres to the soil ball.

Kokedama Tutorial

5. Now take a twine or string and wrap it around the moss ball in a random fashion and secure the ends by tieing the knots. Now attach a string on the top of the moss ball and there you have it. Kokedama is ready to enhance the beauty of your garden.

How To Make Kokedama

To water Kokedama all you need to do is just use a sprayer and spray water until you see water dripping from the sphere. Or alternatively, you can place Kokedama in a bowl full of water for 2-3 mins and then take it out. Water Kokedama every alternate day or according to plant’s need. If it is succulent then you can skip watering for 8-10 days.

          

Kokedama tutorial

So making Kokedama is not a big deal. It requires minimal skill and very few supplies. I hope you like the tutorial. Be little more creative and try to make it different shapes, sizes and colours.
Happy Gardening!!!
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Indian Balcony Garden Decor

A lot of you wanted me to post a video on ‘Balcony Decor‘, 
so here I’m with some pocket-friendly ideas to give your balcony a quick makeover. 
In this video, I’ll show you how a balcony can become a cynosure of all eyes with some small changes and easy steps. 
Balcony Garden Makeover
We’ll take one step at a time and will decorate just one corner of the balcony today and in some other post, I’ll show you how you can give a makeover to the entire balcony. Since I’m talking about Indian Balconies, all the elements I’m discussing here are quite traditional and ethnic Indian. 
The first step is to clear the clutter and just remove everything so that you can plan and picturise what exactly you want. 
Next comes the step of adding a splash of colours. And that you can do without spending much. All you need to do is paint the pots in colour of your choice or if you already have painted pots then consider painting them in a different colour this time and you’ll be amazed to see the result.

Balcony Garden Makeover
Now if you have a plain wall in your balcony then perk it up. You can put up wall planters, artwork, shelves, masks or just paint some art like Warli, Madhubani or anything you like. I chose to put up wall masks and I found king & queen mask at dirt cheap price. You can see the makeover of these broken terracotta masks in my video. 
Terracotta Masks

Balcony Garden Makeover
Now let’s move on to next step of arranging the pots. Pots placed next to each other or arranged in a row looks like they are standing in a queue and waiting for something to happen. I always find it boring to arrange the pots in a linear fashion. My tip here is- create levels. How? Well, just choose the pots and planters in different sizes and then club them together. Or you can place an empty pot upside down and make it a pot stand.
Balcony Garden Makeover
Also, make the arrangement of pots standout by choosing the plants that have leaves of different shades and shapes. See the image below for reference. 

Indian Balcony garden

In the last, let’s accessorise the balcony garden. There are so many garden accessories available these days and you can easily pick the ones of your choice that go well with the theme of your balcony garden. I placed pebbles in the pot, one with Warli painting to add a pop of colour.  Terracotta figurines can never go wrong when it comes to accessorising a balcony garden. 
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Below are the two looks I created with some small little changes in arrangement and accessories. In look one below, I used a terracotta camel as an accessory to give this corner an ethnic punch. Plants of all types like creeper, climber, herb and succulents are creating a balanced look. 
Balcony Garden Makeover
In look two below, I created a zen corner by placing Buddha head in the centre and lush green plants all around him. Did you notice how effortlessly I transformed the ethnic Indian look of this corner into a zen corner. Now let me show you how it looks at night. 

Balcony Garden Makeover
Have a look!!!!
Don’t you love this. It looks so dreamy and oh so beautiful. 

Zen Garden
By  the way, I used my favourite LED string light. It works fine outdoor as well as long as its USB cable is protected from water.  

       

Zen Corner in Balcony
I am happy with this makeover and will be spending my summer evenings here soaking in the beauty of this lovely zen corner in my balcony. Hope Y’all liked it too. To read more blogs on ‘Gardening’ click here. 
I’ll be on leave for a month. See you all in April. 
Till then connect with me here.

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Indian Balcony Decor: Preeti Deshmukh

In our fast-paced life, all we need is a space in our homes where we can relax and unwind. Tiny or huge, our balconies can serve that purpose very well. Balcony does more than just add to the aesthetics of your home. It gives you the opportunity to maximize your living space, it can be a romantic nook, another dining spot, a place to relax, read or chill with friends. 

I have a guest on my blog today who not only utilized her balcony space wisely but also turned it into a small retreat. Preeti Deshmukh from Nashik is with us today and she’ll be telling us how she transformed her balcony into a beautiful relaxing spot and that too on a low budget.

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It was my dream to have a big balcony in my home so when we were planning to buy an apartment, well-ventilated rooms and a space for relaxation was our first priority. We were fortunate that we found a spacious flat with a huge balcony attached to the living room and a separate utility area attached to the kitchen where I can hang clothes to dry.
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The first thing that Preeti decided was the theme of her balcony and it was “traditional Indian”. Next up was a seating arrangement and Preeti had an astounding idea of putting up a swing. She adds,
Since the theme was traditional, swing or Chaupala was a perfect addition to my balcony. So I got it custom made and added beautiful cushions to create a  pleasing and comfortable sit out on the balcony.”

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Next step was to perk up the dull looking walls and keeping the traditional Indian theme in mind, Preeti decided to do Warli painting on the walls. But executing this idea wasn’t that easy for her. This is what she shared, 
“The idea of painting Warli art was quite fascinating but I wasn’t confident enough to do it myself so I asked my sister-in-law who not only paints well but is a skilled calligrapher too. She liked the idea and was ready to help me.”
Balcony Decor Ideas
“We knew nothing about Warli art so we did a lot of research, read about the art form on the internet, visited some places where Warli was done and took photographs for reference. But then we didn’t know anything about what kind of paint we should be using. Then my cousin Shweta Deshmukh who is an architect and lives in Pune came to our rescue. She gave us all the technical knowledge which was necessary to start our Warli project and we were good to go now.” 
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As you must have read my previous blogs on Warli or might have watched my video tutorial on Warli painting, I have mentioned that Warli painting depicts the social life of Warli tribe. So keeping this fact in mind Preeti and her sister-in-law painted day-to-day activities of village people. 
“We painted Sun, Vasudev, Tulsi puja to illustrate morning scene in a typical village on one wall and painted moon, men returning to home from fields, a lady cooking food etc.to portray the dusk hours on another wall.”
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“As Warli painting also depicts celebrations so we decided to paint a scene of a wedding ceremony on another wall where we showed a groom mounted on a horse and a coy bride sitting in a palanquin and everyone else is dancing and enjoying. Painting Warli on the entire parapet wall and a part of balcony wall was really a tough job but then my family and relatives helped me a lot through out the painting project.” 

Warli Painting

After the Warli project was done, it was time to add accessories and to make the entire balcony come alive. Preeti shares,
“I bought accessories like masks, lamp, parrot and giraffe planter for my balcony from an exhibition. Hanging bells I bought from Pune.”

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Preeti is a plant lover and has a big green thumb. She has planted a variety of plants in her balcony. She even created a fairy garden.

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Create your own miniature garden:
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She is so creative when it comes to reusing, recycling or up-cycling a stuff. Using her son’s broken study desk and some pebbles, she created a beautiful piece of art that you see in below picture. Now you know you just need to look around with your keen eyes to unearth the hidden treasure that you already have in your home.

Balcony Decor Ideas

Balcony Decor Ideas

With a proper plan and careful execution of it, Preeti was successful in creating the most relaxing and dreamy balcony space for herself that she had dreamed of once upon a time. 

Balcony Decor Ideas

Transformation of a dull and stark balcony space into an irresistible outdoor retreat was not an easy task for Preeti. She tells it took nearly a year to turn her balcony into a lush looking sanctuary. Now she feels proud of herself every time she gets compliments from guests.

Balcony Decor Ideas
Preeti believes that the process of transforming a house into a home takes a long time and you should try to enjoy every step along the way.

Balcony Decor Ideas

This was all about decorating a balcony space in a traditional Indian way. I hope Preeti’s balcony inspired you to create your own calming retreat. Thanks Preeti for sharing the lovely images and the balcony transformation story with us. Wish you and your family love, luck & sunshine.
Dear readers, if you are looking for some more Balcony Decorating Ideas then click here.
I’m shooting one more video this week so stay tuned! Till then connect with me here:


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Balcony Gardens With Personal Touches

Whether you have a huge garden in front of a sprawling bungalow or 
a tiny balcony garden in an apartment, it will not make a pleasing space for you until you add some personal touches to it. A balcony garden is a promise to mother nature that we will always find a way to bring you into our homes. 

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan
Today we have two special guests with us from Bangalore who are going to share how they turned their balcony gardens into a space where one can sit, relax and find some respite from the hustle-bustle of the city.

Reema Saravanan:
Reema is joinin juggles between work and family and tries to create a balance. In addition to her IT job, she had also started a new venture ‘Cushion Harbour‘.  Here is how she turned a small balcony garden into a space that reflects her personality. 

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan
“An apartment is seldom a place for individuality or originality, with every house looking exactly the same and adding to it is the constraint of limiting ourselves to balcony gardens. But I wanted to make the most out of it.” 

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan

“My father raised me garden friendly and with his love for plants, I inherited his green thumb too. I have dedicated 2 out of 3 balconies to my plants.”

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan
“The focal point of my balcony is the wall. I have accessorised it with a few wrought iron pieces I purchased from several exhibitions. I think the contrast of wrought iron against a white wall is universally attractive.” 


Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan
“The tiny chair you see there is where I sit and drink my morning tea and I wouldn’t miss it for anything. In short, I would like to say that my balcony is a garden which is home to not only plants and decor but also a piece of my childhood and heart.”


Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Reema Sarvanan

Raaga Madhu:
Madhu is joining us from Bangalore and showing us a before and after picture of her balcony garden. You don’t always need to burn a hole in your pocket when you think of a makeover of any space in your home. Here is how Madhu did it without spending a fortune.

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Raaga Madhu
“We live in Bangalore. We have a medium sized balcony on the west side of our home. To decorate it, I must say I had not spent much. I bought all the terracotta pots from potters and not from nearby nurseries that saved me a lot of bucks.” 

Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Raaga Madhu
“Then I painted them myself in sync with my balcony flooring and its walls some of them I left as is. The terracotta couple here is from Brougham from Madanapalli in Andhra. I repainted them according to my taste.”


Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Raaga Madhu
“I felt that there was something missing on the wall so, the sun on the wall was painted by me with acrylic colours it’s Madhubani art inspired sun. I used the yellow tiles from leftover scrap and placed them in the middle to add to the balcony decor. The butterflies are the silicon fridge magnets placed in the pot with small rods.”


Indian Balcony Garden
Image Credit: Raaga Madhu

That’s all I had for you today. Hope you found some easy tips and ideas to decorate your balcony garden. If you too want to share your garden spaces on 3D you can write to me. 

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DIY Bonsai Planter

My work is keeping me from my blog and I just hate this. 
I can’t stay away from it and my lovely readers for long so I took out some time and created this DIY bonsai planter tutorial especially for my dear readers. 

DIY Bonsai Planter

Few months ago I tried my hands at creating bonsais. I created four bonsais jade, bougainvillaea, jasmine and ixora out of which only three survived. Ixora died because it was a wrong selection of the plant to create a bonsai. But I think three out of four was a good result for the first timer like me. I had started jade in the last week of September and just in two-three months it started looking a lot like bonsai. But its pot was quite boring so I decided to give it a makeover. After all, if your bonsai takes the shape of real bonsai its pot should look like a pretty bonsai pot too.
Tip: Jade is the simplest plant to start with if you too wish to create a bonsai. 
Gosh!! I talk a lot. Now let’s start the tutorial without much ado.

For the DIY enthusiast like me acrylic colours, white M-seal(epoxy clay) and clear varnish are quite versatile art & craft supplies. You just put on your thinking cap and there are numerous things you can make using these three simple supplies. In this DIY tutorial, we are going to use the same supplies.

DIY Bonsai Pot
I drew a rough sketch of the pattern I wanted on the bonsai pot so that I can glue epoxy clay accordingly. To know how to use epoxy clay and how to make shapes using epoxy clay check out my previous post Lippan work tutorial and DIY Owl planter tutorial. These two blogs will give you a fair idea on how to work with clay. So the first three steps would be drawing a design on the pot, preparing clay and making shapes to stick on the pot. 
DIY Hand Painted Clay Pot
Here is how I made the patterns using clay and stuck the clay on bonsai pot. Good enough to go ahead and paint it. 
DIY Garden Planter

This time I chose distressed finish for my bonsai planter otherwise in all my previous works I have always preferred a fresh and clean look. I chose mint green for the clay patterns and painted it first. 

DIY Bonsai Pot

For the rest of the pot I chose Persian blue and painted it when mint green was dried completely. First I painted the rim of the planter. 

DIY Bonsai Pot

Then I added some more water in Persian blue color to make it bit runny and painted rest of the pot including clay patterns. See the below picture, this is how it looked after painting. 

DIY Bonsai Pot

While the color was still wet I dabbed a soft cloth gently on the clay patterns only. It revealed the mint green color and I loved the distressed look. 

DIY Bonsai Planter

Here is how the bonsai pot is looking with jade bonsai in it. Now it’s time to decorate the bonsai pot with some accessories to complete the look. 

DIY Bonsai Planter

I used some pebbles, shells and tiny birds made out of shells to beautify the pot. Here is a closer look for you. Did you spot one little birdie sitting on the branch of jade bonsai. 

The bonsai planter turned out the way I had wished and it sits pretty on my coffee table now. 
Tip: Sometimes handmade stuff should be given the opportunity to beautify the place instead of fancy looking expensive stuff. 

DIY Bonsai Pot

Are you inspired to create bonsai and to make this bonsai planter, oh! please go ahead. It is so therapeutic I tell you. 
Now my dear peeps, I request you that please do not miss my next post as I will be sharing my achievements this year and my plans for the next year and I bet you will find my plans quite exciting. You all are a part of my success so I am asking you to join me in my next blog which is dedicated to you all 🙂
Stay tuned and keep creating!!

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Video Tour Of My Balcony Garden

Gardening has always been a therapy for me. Though I find very less time these days to indulge in serious gardening but I never miss a chance to get a glimpse of what my garden offers me every day.

Small Balcony Garden
Sometimes I just turn my camera on and try to capture the beauty of nature. You must have seen makeover of my balcony garden, DIY bottles hanging planters in my garden, hanging baskets in my garden and how did I beautify my garden in a quick way. I have shared many pictures of my balcony garden but today I am sharing not only images but also a video tour of my winter garden. Hope you will like it. 

And here are some images of my winter garden. I had planted Lily two years back and since then it was just growing in size. But, as dawn broke on the new year I saw a sweet surprise in my garden, my lily bloomed and there were four blooms to wish me Happy New Year!! 
Small Balcony Garden
Small Balcony Garden
Other than that I have few more colors in my garden bougainvillea, gerbera, jasmine and hibiscus. 
Small Balcony Garden
Small Balcony Garden
And these little creatures along with parrots, sparrows, mynah and sometimes sunbirds keep visiting my garden and to my surprise they don’t spoil it, they just play around, perch on branches and flowers, eat insects and go back to their homes!

Small Balcony Garden

If you are not doing something great this weekend, try to get your hands dirty in the garden. Believe me, it would be therapeutic and you will feel relaxed and reinvigorated. 
Coming up next is a rising star of the interior designing industry, who is going to share his recent works with us and that’s not all you will get to know more about him. Stay tuned!!
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Fan Of 3D: Sonali Kulkarni

I recently heard from a reader from my home town Indore. 
I was delighted to know that my blog is read in my home town too 🙂 nothing could be more joyful than this. Joy doubles up when I get to know that they incorporate the ideas I share on my blog to transform their spaces and then my dear readers share the images with me to know my views. Sharing one such story:

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I am Sonali from Indore, an ardent art lover. Beautifying my home is my passion and I try my maximum to use my creativity. I am a regular reader of blog ‘Design Decor & Disha‘ which was an inspiration for me to bring out my creativity. 

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I never thought that a small colourless and empty balcony of my apartment where I would hardly go, would be my favourite place in my house and I got the inspiration from  Disha’s blog “my balcony garden makeover”

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Now my balcony is colourful with plants, pots, flowers, a fairy garden and many more such things which were lying useless in my house but seems to have become alive when given a place in my small little garden. Waiting to get many more such ideas from ‘Design Decor & Disha‘.

Balcony Garden Ideas

I loved how beautifully Sonali has given personal touch to her balcony garden with mundane objects. What do you say readers, did you like this balcony garden as much as I did.
Read rest of the balcony garden stories here.

Stay tuned for some monsoon inspiration before it bids adieu !

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My Balcony Garden Makeover

I have been super busy lately but as I had promised….
 here is an update on my garden makeover. I easily get bored of the same look and scorching summers were the another reason to rearrange my garden. Gardening is joy, it’s a way to rejuvenate your senses.

Now back to my garden makeover. I rearranged all my pots and planters and idea was to save my plants from the scorching sun, so I covered the part of my terrace which gets maximum sun with grass mats that were lying unused and arranged all my pots alongside it. This way all my plants were happy to get only mild morning sunlight. In the center, I created zen corner and placed all the tall plants at the back and smaller ones in a front row. That way it appears like a lush green small jungle.
Indian Balcony Garden

I couldn’t resist and spend my evenings here. How about having some masala wali tea here 🙂

Balcony Garden

Now I want to add some flowering plants here to make this place look little more cheerful. 

Balcony Garden

My obsession with Buddha…..!!

Balcony Garden

Here are some fresh blooms. 

Balcony Garden

Balcony Garden

One morning my yellow fairy lilies gave me this beautiful surprise 🙂

Balcony Garden

Balcony Garden

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Balcony Garden
Here is how my balcony garden looks now. 

Balcony Garden

It looks astounding when sun sets and my plants gleam in a soft glow of the sun. 
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Reflection of the setting sun on glass door is a way too beautiful sight to be missed. 

Balcony Garden

I love spending time here in this sanative environment. The warm glow of sun, chirping of birds, fresh air and a soothing sound of temple bells all these are always so uplifting and heartwarming that it makes me forget all my woes.
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Have you seen my garden earlier, if not you can see it here.
This below picture is how my garden looked earlier. Not bad huh!
Balcony Garden
So what do you think of the new face of my garden. Please share your views.
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Rock To Rocking Rock

Last weekend I gave my garden TLC after almost 10 months. Which is very very long time and unusual for me to stay away from my garden. Well, after spending few hours there in my garden re- potting, manuring, pruning and dead heading, not only my garden looks neat, clean and reinvigorated  now but it was a soothing and therapeutic for me too. 
Pebble Painting
When I was re-potting a plant, I found a rock in soil and the very next moment I wound up all my gardening work, got the rock on my desk and began playing with my imaginations. 
Garden Accessories
Though there are lots of inspiration available on various sources on internet for rock painting but what satisfies me the most is when I paint my own imagination. I thought I will make a bird then I though a flower then peacock was in my mind but then I saw a butterfly in my garden and that’s where I drew my inspiration from.  
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Painted butterfly in vibrant colours and gave background a mottled effect that I learnt from my mother when I was child. Whenever I paint I always think of her 🙂
Then the top of the rock was looking little blank and my butterfly was lonely too. So I painted everyone’s favourite frangipani flower and on the other side of the rock painted some tiny yellow flowers. 

Garden Accessories

Now it was time to bring it back in the garden and see…..
it has added charm to my garden.

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So what if my dwarf Ixora has stopped blooming, I can add colours this way 🙂

Garden Accessories
Now can someone please give me some more rocks and pebbles. My hands are still itching to paint more…!!

Garden Accessories

Would love to hear from you. Did you like my painted rock. 
Stay tuned to know what’s exciting coming next.

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DIY Ideas For The Weekend

Here are some DIY ideas for you to give your garden a makeover this weekend. Go through the links for a complete post.
A very quick way to create a zen corner in your garden, click here to know how you can do that.

Zen Corner
Paint hanging baskets:
Paint all those hanging baskets in some vibrant colour to add charm in your garden. Click here to know how I did it.

Hanging baskets
Make a pot full of happiness:
Paint a pot (any kind of pot) and place it in your garden. It will sure add some drama there. Click here to see how I made one for my garden.

Painted pots
Summers are already here and it would be great if you could give a home to some birds, and please don’t forget to keep bird bath in your garden. Click here to learn how you can make bird house at home. 
Bird House
To give your balcony garden a face-lift, you can paint one of the walls of your balcony. You can choose Madhubani, warli or any other Indian art form to give personal touch to your garden. Click here to know how I painted my client’s balcony walls. 
Warli Painting on Balcony wall
You can make some garden accessories by your own like mushrooms, duck and ducklings, turtles, butterflies and bird nest too. Don’t you believe that, then click here and here
Garden Accessories
Garden Accessories
Hope now you have a fair idea to give a complete makeover to your garden. Choose any of these DIY ideas as your weekend project and don’t forget to share your work here 🙂
Have a creative weekend folks!!