[Part 1] Hobby Ideas: Do Something Creative All the Time

[Part 1] Hobby Ideas: Do Something Creative All the Time

by Priti on October 9, 2013

Once again am sharing all new and innovative ideas that Vidhi crafted herself. WOW! What a wonderful experience it was to see all her craft works all together in front of my eyes.


Super Crazy About Art and Crafts: Sharing Vidhi’s Hobby Ideas

Let me start this post with a question. Are you are completely satisfied with the job and position you are working in? I guess, its’ a “No” from maximum number of people. Do you know the reason for this?

Let me share my views on this, it’s just because you are not working for what you like…you are working for your company and not for yourself. Transforming your hobby ideas to a profession is not that difficult.

I can say that because I have a live example for you all. Am talking about our very own Vidhi Shankar, she loves making beautiful pots and other craft items. When I asked about what she like the most, she replied to me with a calm and soft smile on her face “my pots, crafts and my job”.

Vidhi Kalakriti

Recently, I attended Leo Club Diwali Mela organised at my beautiful hometown Renukoot. ”Vidhi Kalakriti” made its first public appearance on 10th November’ 2012 and I got a chance to click all beautiful things she made all alone. Take a look at the wonderful stall she owned.

Leo Club Diwali Mela, Renukoot

Vidhi Shankar

We are so much busy in chasing money that we lack of certain important things in our lives, and that’s excellence and satisfaction. Why don’t we transformed our hobby ideas to profession! It will not only make you feel happy but will bring satisfaction to you and wealth automatically! :)

Yeah, Vidhi not only runs an NGO (Vidhi Kalakriti) but provides training classes to people from rural areas. Hey, let me let’s not get too deep into such philosophies and jump-start with the hobby ideas from Vidhi’s point of view.

Shree Ganeshay Namah

Ah…It always happens with me, you forget or didn’t get time to buy or make handmade gifts for your friends or relatives and at the last moment you search for envelopes ;) This is what the idea is all about. Why don’t you make these beautiful envelopes in dozens and keep it with you as Vidhi did. WOW! It’s darn pretty and looks like a ready-made one. :)

Handmade Envelops

Bamboo Box Painted

Hey, did you notice the warli art on red cover? I purchased it from her and everyone keeps asking me where did I get it from. :)

Cell Phone Covers with Warli Art

Diyas for Presentation

Diyas for Presentation

Ah…so pretty! Look at this wonderfully crafted terracotta jewellery (earrings) she made. I don’t usually wear heavy earrings but I again shopped for this lovely red colored earring that you can see at the top right side of the plate (cutest of all) and a beautiful round pot in the next image. And guess what…Vidhi gave me a discount!!! Yipeee… :)

Handmade Terracotta Jewellery (earrings)

Gold and Black Pot Painting

Wall Hangings and Paper Bags

All Beautiful Pots

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1 Roopa November 26, 2012 at 10:24 am

Priti , very creative & liked her reply “my pots, crafts and my job” :) , Have you attended any mela in south?

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2 Priti November 26, 2012 at 11:06 am

Yes, even I was quite impressed by this statement of Vidhi! I once attended Trade Fair in Delhi and saw some wonderful South Indian handicrafts but I wasn’t a blogger that time. Would love to attend it for sure, South Indians are super creative!!! :)

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3 Sathish November 29, 2012 at 2:26 pm

somehow the bamboo photograph stole my heart :)

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4 Shashank
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November 30, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Thanks Satish for liking it :)

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5 suresh January 30, 2013 at 4:48 pm

madam these are very creative ideas.pls tell me can we make these kind of items for u to sell.pls involve my wife with you for this kind of arts.

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6 Priti January 30, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Hey Suresh, we don’t sell handicraft items, we deal only with the sale of wall decals all over India. But if we ever get a chance of doing it we will surely contact you. We have your email id. Thanks! :)

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7 Cindy Dennis January 10, 2014 at 6:20 am

How can I get a pattern for the beautiful peacock to paint on glass? Thank you, Cindy Dennis 8173687257

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8 Roshni February 15, 2014 at 10:07 am

Very pretty stuff indeed! And it’s nice to know that she provides training to rural people too!

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9 Chai a cup of life February 15, 2014 at 5:54 pm

The envelopes are beautiful !

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