Touch-wood Creativity: All That’s Hand-carved and Weaved

Touch-wood Creativity: All That’s Hand-carved and Weaved

by Priti on October 10, 2013

You just could not get your eyes off from these hand carved Indian traditional handcrafted wood pieces….come along…

Some Gorgeous Crafted Wooden Items [Part -3]

H E L L O ! ! !

How have you been? Must be doing great, after all it’s weekend and it’s party time :D I have been quite busy editing these images of handcrafted and carved wooden furniture, boxes, blocks, lamps, basket and lots more…phew! Finally, I have edited them all and am ready with my 3rd part of the post.

You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here

You can imagine how busy I was clicking all those more than 150 images that even my camera was done with it and didn’t show me the live view, it was darn hot!!! And editing them was even more tiring. After doing all these things am feeling I have won a victory! This post is celebration to my victory! YAY!

Come with me to this so creative world of art and crafts which are originated and manufactured in India. I seriously didn’t know we have so many talented artists and craftsmen making “wonder” pieces…whether it’s painting, furniture, traditional dresses, linens or decor pieces.

WOW! India is full of talent…that calls for us to say “Proud to be an Indian”! Let’s begin this post with this so cute wooden jewellery box with silk effect cover, beads and mirror. I would recommend you not to buy these from fashion and lifestyle stores because the best piece with originality and variety can be bought directly from the artisans.

Read: [Priceless Gift] Handmade Crafts for Your Loved Ones

Beaded Jewellery Box

Rainbow Spring

Enjoy your tea/coffee and continue reading this post.

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– has written 254 posts on kwikdeko. She is a pro blogger from India and a self-confessed photographer. She also writes for renowned magazines. You can follow Priti on Twitter

{ 3 comments… Thoughts? Plz leave a reply: }

1 Easwar Arumugam July 17, 2013 at 3:06 pm

Am speechless seeing all the pictures. Gosh! How much efforts you’ve put in to click these pictures and collate them later. A stupendous job beautifully done.


2 Priti July 19, 2013 at 12:55 pm

Thanks Sir! Yes it was quite tiring but I enjoy roaming around with my camera. I want to get “lost” in the world of art and craft. Simply love it!!! :D


3 Kajal Banerjee July 19, 2013 at 12:11 pm

Too many good things appear to be mind boggling, though a sense of wonder predominates speaking volumes for the way you have introduced us to what is immensely beautiful and creative.


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