Pookolam

brindhanagesh's picture

The after effect of Chennai meet :). My first presentation of flower arrangement to Ikolam.

Rangoli: Pookolam

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judelined's picture

Brindha kalakkray pa... small cute (terracotta??) urli and nice arrangement...

but like JKM suggested to me try and find a round placemat for this it will make the arrangement look even better (you know JKM I am yet to find a nice round rug for my urli & it is lying without an arrangement for the last two weeks)

Lata's picture

Nice presentation, and nice antique mini-uruli and crochet piece! Smile
This also reminds me of what I did a couple of years ago. I had a get-together at my place, and had a similar arrangement done on a water-bowl, with a double colored hibiscus at the center. The hibiscus kept flopping over because of its long pistil (and stamen structure). I took a scissor and cut off the central structure and was able to get a good balance. I know, it was cruel of me, but I got the effect that I wanted! Smile

viji_j86's picture

Nice arrangements brinda.
This student is waiting for the crochet lesson
viji

lakshmiraghu's picture

Brinda , oh ICMM effect nalla iruku...

jayamohan's picture

Simple arrangement on an antique looking urli!
Brindha, in the place of crochet, you can even try one of Lakshmi's kolams!

brindhanagesh's picture

Thanks for many comments dear friends.
Viji ma'm you are welcome.
Jaya ma'm, I will try your suggestion when I get time (after my return).
Thanks lata, Judy.

brindhanagesh's picture

Lakshmi, what is ICMM effect? I am willing to learn.

lakshmiraghu's picture

ikolam chennai members meet.... brindha....!!!!!hehehehehe

rajamma_2's picture

Brindha, so neermel pookolam poda poyittengala?
terracota uruli is cute. Idhu judy adikkadi use pannum white/red poo thaane?

judelined's picture

correct Rajamma - enga Chennaiyil andha poovai rubber samandhinu solranga (white or cream in colour) which is actually chrysanthemum.. one of my favourites for flower decoration because it lasts for many days..

brindhanagesh's picture

The yellow flower is a hybrid of chrysanthamum and Zinea. Indha terracota uruli, roadsidele vaanginadhu.

brindhanagesh's picture

Oh seri seri..