Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Designing Diwali Diya ideas patterns

As i promised i'm back today with more diya designs and patterns. I just loved doing these diyas.

I still have 2 more diyas left with me to decorate it. Till then as i told you all i'll be showing you all new diya designs.

You may still have a look at my post on diyas "Diya Decoration for Diwali"..

For any of the diyas i didnt use any mirrors or lace or any stones to it.. Its completely painted.

One more thing, you may have a doubt that the colour will go when we light Diya. Its obvious that you might see a slight change to the colour but it wont completely go off.

To fix the colour to diya and reuse it. You can apply varnish after to paint the diya so that the colour wont go and the Diya can be used in the same manner.

So friends enjoy this new post on Decorating diya. Will come up with more for Diwali.


A leaf shaped diya which is the most simple one among these decorated ones. I have just coloured it with green colour and a golden yellow ouline.


Have a complete look in all my new diyas.


Related Posts - Diwali Decorations

Making colourful Diyas for Diwali
How to decorate diya for Diwali
Colourful Rangoli desings for Diwali


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Anonymous farah ahmed said...

the diyas are beautiful. i was out of the circuit for a while as i was busy with my exhibitions. now free i checked out ur blog and i am amazerd at the beauty of the diyas. you inspire me a lot. pl keep doing so

20 October 2009 at 04:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

diyas are beautiful nice way the colours are used n bright and beautiful keep on going

23 October 2009 at 10:06  
Anonymous ritu said...

hey first time gone through ur blog wonderful can u PLs tell did u use ceramic color for diya?

8 March 2010 at 15:21  
Blogger Grown up Doremon said...

hi really loved ur diyas could u tell me what kind of paint have u used to paint they look amazing

22 September 2011 at 12:01  
Blogger Reshmi Nair said...

For diya s u need to use fabric paints (Acrylic paints)

22 November 2011 at 20:02  

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