Wednesday, April 25, 2012

DIY Designer Tribal Wall Clock- Warli in Madhubani Style


Warli in Madhubani Style
There are some days when you just want to do something thats really not your everyday type of work......
I had one such day today....and I am glad I did :)
I had bought a wall clock which was lying around for quite some time.....
Today, I decided to dress up this clock......



I wanted the clock to look chic, and at at the same time a little tribal.....
So I thought, what better than Warli or Madhubani style ???
But, I just couldn't make up my mind on which style to use....
After much thought, I decided to do both.....Warli in Madhubani Style!!!!

I geared up with permanent markers this time...
First, I dismantled the clock and then removed its glass and cover....
The initial outline in Warli style was done freehand with a black marker.....

Warli Design on a Clock

Then I filled up the design in Madhubani style with colored markers.....

Warli in Madhubani style on a Clock
After finishing the coloring part, I decided to add a little fun element.......
Do you see a little girl running around, just after the number '1' ???
Yes....There she is !!!
I glued a small cut-out of a Warli girl on the 'seconds' hand......
Now, she runs all the time :)



Anyways, after it was all nice and dry.....I put on the glass and the cover back on the clock......



Finally, I painted a Madhubani border on the outer rim of the cover, and my
designer wall- clock was ready !!!
This is how it looks on the wall ....

Designer Wall Clock

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