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Pooja Thali

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Difficulty Level Intermediate

Festival time is a time of happiness, to add more joy to it design your own pooja thali for the occasion. Make these delicate curvilinear patterns in Shilpkar by using the basic techniques of forming clay to decorate your pooja thali.

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Take a thali and wipe it clean to remove any traces of grease marks if any
Paint the thali with Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – Crimson 04
Let it dry

STEP 2:-

Mix Fevicryl Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to form an even dough
Roll very thin coils to make spirals and curvilinear shapes
Make small teardrop shapes as well

STEP 3:-

Arrange and stick these shapes in a pattern on the thali using Fevicryl Fabric Glue
Paint them with Sparkling Pearl Colour – Golden Yellow and Emerald Green
Let it dry

STEP 4:-

Give dots of Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Red on these shapes
Place green stones on them and press them to form rings around the stones
Let them dry

STEP 5:-

Take a canvas sheet
Draw and cut out a 5” thick circular rim from the canvas sheet

STEP 6:-

The outer edge of the circle is cut out into leaf shapes and painted using Sparkling Pearl Colour – Golden Yellow
Leave it to dry

STEP 7:-

Outline the leaves with Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Gold
Fill in the leaves with Water Based - Glass Colour - Crystal Green on these leaves
Stick the canvas leaves on the base of the thali using Fabric Glue
Let it dry

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Colour - Crimson 204, Fevicryl Sparkling Pearl Colours - Golden Yellow 707, Emerald Green 708, Fevicryl Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Red 405, Gold 401, Fevicryl - Glass Colour – Water Based - Crystal Green 854, Fevicryl Non Sticky Shilpkar, Fevicryl No Stitch Fabric Glue, Fine Art Canvas, Colour Palette, Water Container, Steel Thali, Kundans, Pencil