doodle house

a favourite first thing pastime is blog-hopping and i came across this one

i’m looking at my blank walls now and wondering…….

About Wild Daffodil

hoarder of creative goodies that will someday come in useful, enabler and supporter of creativity, lifelong knitter, artist and fabulous Granny!
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3 Responses to doodle house

  1. sarah gilpin says:

    Isn’t this amazing? I well remember the extraordinary effort of the women in India to decorate their homes. Many would also make a floor decoration after they had swept the bare earth in front of the door. I even bought a bamboo stick with holes drilled into it which you filled with chalk and rolled on the ground: hey presto a beautiful pattern! We don’t need elaborate or expensive equipment, techniques or even places to be creative every day do we?


    • sandra dorey says:

      I love the way the doodles look like lace – do you have pics of the Indian homes you saw?


      • sarah gilpin says:

        Well – if I do they are old paper ones! I shall have a quick root around…. This was in my early twenties when I was a volunteer in Anantapur in the southern the state of Andhra Pradesh where this sort of decoration was reasonably common though variable in coverage of the hut.


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