Hello friends...hope you like this simple freehand rangoli done on a kavi base for easter....ur views please
Dear Friends Happy Easter. Here comes my small Easter Kolam, wanted to cover most of the Easter properties like Easter Egg, Egg Wreath, Easter Bunny, Chick and Holy Cross. Your views please.
Wiah you all Happy Easter.I did this simple rangoli . Hope you all like it,
this dotted kolam was drawn by me on Easter Day... the dot count is 16-4-4
Here is my collection of dyed eggs, from yesterday's Easter egg-hunt. These are dotted. Dot count: 15 to 5, interlaced. Some of them have chocolate filling coming out! Grab them while you still can.
this is made of egg shells .... i used beads and wire to make it .....
This kolam was drawn on Easter in front of the main gate of my house by the house owner's servant.
We are all aware of the eight cornered hridayakamalam and assume that it is the
only way of drawing the hridayakamalam. Here is a hridayakamalam drawn with eighteen
corners. It is like a flower. The connections are made for hearts rotated by 140
degrees. Eggs are a must for easter symbolising new life. Hearts too symbolise
new life, is it not?
Regards! - mOhana