Shubho Bijoya and a Small DIY Project

11:07 AM


Thanks friends for all your nice comments. Slowly but surely we are coming out of the distress. Now all we want is to move on and get back to life. As they say each cloud has a silver lining this incident too have made us atrong and matured. Has taught us that life doesn’t quite run the way you want but some unnecessary hurdles come along…we have to keep our eyes open to see them and face them bravely.
  
We Bengalis exchange bijaya greeting till the end of Kalipujo or Diwali so am not very late in wishing all of you Shubho Bijaya. May The Goddess bless all your families with her choicest blessings and fill your homes with happiness. On a good note we are leaving for a pre planned Kerala trip tomorrow. My Father has also come to join us on that. As you can well assume this is the perfect trip to help us unwind…we are truly looking forward to this.

No recipe today rather a picture of my recent DIY project. This one is very easy but apt for our very own festival of lights, the Diwali. Hubby loved it, as it creates a magical atmosphere with a flickering tea light inside. If you are interested in doing this, just get hold of some broken glass bangles, a small shot glass or small baby food jars and a small tube of feviquick. start sticking on broken glass pieces and completely cover the outside of the glass surface. Easy isn't it?

Enjoy and have a great time friends. Hope to be back soon.

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36 comments

  1. Sayantani, not sure what has happened but hope the dark cloud has passed away from your family. Shubho Bijoya and all the best

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  2. hi sayantani,
    how r u dear ??Good to hear that you have come out of the crisis. I strongly believe that God is kind to all good people.take a good care of u n ur family ...All the best

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. Sayantani, thank you for sstopping by, and I am happy to see that you are slowly coming back to normalcy. Whatever befell you last week is hopefully clearing up, our good wishes are with you. what better way to reinvigorate yourself then with a trip to kerala - my fathers land =). hope you get to have a good time.

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  4. That is very innovative..hope the dark period has passed..god bless

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  5. Adorable! Good to have you back Sayantani! Have a safe trip and enjoy it!

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  6. Shubho Bijoya to you and ur family :)

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  7. I'm really glad that you are pot of the crisis and you are moving on. Wishing you a safe trip to Kerala. Have fun there. And shubho bijoya. Loved your DIY project a lot :)

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  8. have a nice vacation and that cute DIY project is an awesome idea!

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  9. glad to hear that the dark clouds have passed... Shubho Bijoya to you too...

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  10. Sayantani enjoy your trip to Kerala and once you are back lets meet. Good you have your Dad too with you. Take care.

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  11. Nice to know that everything kind of fine now, happy for you sayanthani...and have a wonderful trip...

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  12. Omg I have visited you after I guess couple weeks and just read abt ur crisis..I'm glad things are coming back to normal for you...Shubho Bijoya to you and ur family..Enjoy ur Kerala trip ..It will refresh you help you take ur mind of all reecent events...Loved ur DIY project..very cute..Take care..and God bless you and ur family...

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  13. lovely idea, Sayantani....very colorful..wish you a happy trip

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  14. Lovely to know that U are on your scheduled trip to Kerala. Enjoy the fullest with your family & brush off the hard time U have gone thru.
    Count your blessings, Dear!

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  15. Best wishes and loads of courage for you and your family. Take care

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  16. Glad to see that things start to be better!
    This candle holder is very pretty!
    Best wishes and take care.

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  17. Shobho Bijoya to you too! Kerala trip definitely sounds a welcome respite for you. Have a nice trip and post some pictures when back. Your DIY project is amazing. I am sure the tealight will reflect lovely colours around because of the bangles.

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  18. Ki shundor idea ta. Looks beautiful. Tomader teen jon ke shubho bijoya. Chutke ke khub bhalobasha.

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  19. Adorable..so nice dear..hope the crisis has passed..have a great vacation dear...God bless.

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  20. If I saw that candle stand in a store I would buy it in a heartbeat..it looks so beautiful and elegant!

    US Masala

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  21. Loved your project!..it's nice to see that you are back and out of the crisis :)..Shubho Bijoya...

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  22. I am glad everything is getting back to normal. (whatever your agony is).

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  23. I am glad everything is getting back to normal. (whatever your agony is).

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  24. love such simple DIY projects! glad to see you back, Sayantani.

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  25. I just found your blog and looks pretty good.Shubho Bijoya and may I add the thali of homemade food looks quite inviting.

    www.itistastyma.blogspot.com

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  26. What a great colorful idea Sayantani! Perfect with Diwali around the corner, will try this out..

    Have shared an award with you, please accept!

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  27. Shubho Bijoya dear Sayantani.

    Good to hear that things are fine now. This last month was a bad month for me too but now I thank God that everything is fine. And, am happy, that you too are coming out of the distress.

    Enjoy your Kerela trip to the fullest :-) and Happy Diwali in advance.

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  28. Wish you a very Happy Diwali!

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  29. Good to see you back in form, Sayantani. Best wishes, take care.

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  30. Sayantani...hope everything is back to normal. SOrry didnt drop by earlier. Shubho Bijoya to you and your family. And the candle holders are just too cute :)

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  31. Have a happy diwali Sayantani!...

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  32. A happy diwali to you dear..those bangle holders looks super!

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  33. Glad to hear that..Take care...Happy Diwali to you and your family !

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