The Veggie Patch - Sweet Corn

judelined's picture

I thought that I won't have enough time to make kolams for this patch and was feeling a little upset about it. Suddenly I had a brainwave and I took out the sweet corn that I had kept in the fridge and started putting the pearls together to make small flowers, then I added some chamki and finally added a touch of kolapodi - and all this in my non-stick frying pan. I am sure you are all going to enjoy this Smile

Rangoli: The Veggie Patch - Sweet Corn


gvidhya's picture

Adadadaaaa!!! Judyyy asathiteenga.. epdipaaa ipdilam imagination varudu? very smart.. sweet corns are shining like pearls... very different thinking feast for eyes!!

judelined's picture

Thanks for that compliment Vidhya - you see - appappo en brain konjam velai seiyum adhaan - hehe Biggrin

dibbutn's picture

Judy the sweet corns looks so gorgeous and will look so beautiful as a pendant... nice dear

ammuchandhini's picture

hai judy i don't know how i missed this wonder....just soooo gorgeous.....ennavellam idea porakkudupa ungalukku....kathukkanum nerrayya kathukkanum.....

jayamohan's picture

Judy, simpl(y)e creative!

Rajusree's picture

Ahahaahaa ennammo kalakeeteenga ponga. Excellent work .

judelined's picture

Ya Pushpa it looks like a pendant, thanks Smile Rani thanks (I was only sad that I had to waste that juicy sweet corn (I love sweet corn very much) as the kolapodi refused to get washed out of the corn so I had to throw it away Sad Thanks Jaya and Padma Smile

rajamma_2's picture

Asathal design Judy. Nice imagination. Thank God, you didnot fry them along with the chamkies in the frying pan!( From Kitchen top ur kolams jumped to the frying pan?)

judelined's picture

You know Rajam actually that was a new frying pan and Anita was so worried that the kolapodi would leave scratches on it.. I had to be careful washing it off without damaging the pan - but I had good fun doing it though hehe... Thanks for your comment Biggrin

mvrajitha's picture

Really our kolam members are have different creativity mind, if you give anything to their hands, i think they will draw kolams in a minute. Coloring to eyes, thanks judy for sharing

judelined's picture

Yes that's true Rajitha - thanks for your comment Smile

shobhapad's picture

I appreciate you for the creative work done beautifully in the frying pan.wonderful idea.Do not remove the corn . Hang it on the wall.

judelined's picture

Hehe Shoba - hang it on the wall?? thanks for your comment Smile

anirudh's picture

wow...this is amazing get great ideas....yes could have been hanged to the wall if you had used jaggery syrup to paste the corn pearls Smile mom & aunts usually do with pulses for aarathi plate.

judelined's picture

Thanks for the suggestion Anirudh but my place is infested with ants and there won't be anything left if I make a wall hanging with so many goodies for the ants - it will be a feast for them Smile

lakshmiraghu's picture

excellent judy corn arrangement looks like ear studs..

alameluranganath's picture

superb idea hats off to u

judelined's picture

Ya Lax looks like earrings... Thank you Alamelu Smile

Vinci's picture

Amazed by your idea. Your nine petalled corn flower is so gorgoeus which tempts me to steal for my braid.

jkmrao's picture

Very novel and creative. Having said that, why did you use nine seeds instead of eight?

Regards! - mOhana

toindhu's picture

lovely idea judy very nice. Iam seeing most of the rangolies now only. Wonderful work.

judelined's picture

don't know how I missed to thank you all for your comments of some of my old kolams - sorry about that. Thanks Vinci, JKM (actually I dont remember why I used 9 instead of Dirol and Indhu for your comments Smile