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Top 10 Popular Wrist Tattoos

Nov 3, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Tutorials

Some of the most in demand and popular wrist tattoos since centuries are gaining importance because of their stunning feel and look. Depending on the style and mood of a person, tattoo art symbolizes the exquisiteness, inspiration, revelation, etc.

Wrist tattoos are among the first to get whenever you decide on getting an accessory design for your body.

They are popular among females with so many creative tattoo fonts available out there in different designs and styles. In-fashion women like to get chirpy birds, shiny stars, tiny hearts or lovely quotes carved on, or around their wrists.

We are publishing top 10 popular wrist tattoos available in different styles and designs –

  1. Dove on Wrist Tattoo
    Dove on Wrist Tattoo
  2. Eevee Wrist Tattoo
    Eevee Wrist Tattoo
  3. Wrist Flower Tattoo
    Wrist Flower Tattoo
  4. Heart & Knife Wrist Tattoo
    Heart & Knife Wrist Tattoo
  5. Ribbon Wrist Tattoo
    Ribbon Wrist Tattoo
  6. Falling Star Wrist Tattoo
    Falling Star Wrist Tattoo
  7. Cat & Flower Wrist Tattoo
    Cat & Flower Wrist Tattoo
  8. Paw Wrist Tattoo
    Paw Wrist Tattoo
  9. Hope Wrist Tattoo
    Hope Wrist Tattoo
  10. Bee Wrist Tattoo
    Bee Wrist Tattoo

How did you like our collection of top 10 popular wrist tattoos? Will you get one of them carved on your wrist? Let us know in the comments section.

Jay

Jay

I currently hold editor-level position with DesigningTips.com and Founder as well. With a group of online & offline companies under the Soofi Group in my kitty, writing for the design genre was an interesting support to DesigningTips.com. In my opinion, everyone has their taste for design, plus the scope of writing is wide and thus the contribution I make here through words would encourage me to explore this section aptly.

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Designed & Made in Los Angeles Logo Revealed

Oct 20, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Firms

The winning logo design of “Designed & Made in Los Angeles” was revealed by Antonio Villaraigosa, the Los Angeles Mayor for the garment hang tag logo competition. Mr. Mayor unveiled the creative design work at a press conference on October 15, 2011 at the Cooper Design Space downtown.

Youth Monument’s Colby Long was the designer behind the design of winning logo which actually illustrates a hand holding a sewing needle encircled by the words “Designed & Made in Los Angeles” with “&” sign shown as a piece of thread.

“The goal of the “Designed & Made in Los Angeles” project is to help this industry continue to grow, and with 10,000 fashion-related companies employing 100,000 people, our city has the tools to get you from pattern design to movie premiere” said Villaraigosa.

Designed & Made in Los Angeles Logo Revealed

The winning logo is one of the 23 designs that qualified for the contest. It will be available to all the accessory and apparel designers located within the city limit of Los Angeles to use on clothing tags, designer labels, store banners and official websites. Interestingly, 19 local design firms and manufacturers have already committed to participate in the program.

Some of the popular and well known designer brands who have signed in to take part in the initiative are:

  1. American Apparel
  2. Youth Monument
  3. LoudLove Jewelry
  4. Popomomo Los Angeles
  5. Petro Zilla
  6. Again
  7. THVM Denim
  8. Cerre
  9. Dream Collective Jewelry
  10. Edith Palm
  11. Bohemian Society
  12. Lavuk
  13. Belle N. Matisse
  14. Mila Hermanovski
  15. Jenny Dayco
  16. Penelope and Coco
  17. Sires Eyewear
  18. 722 Figueroa Brands
  19. Axthelm Collection

The “Designed & Made in Los Angeles” logo project is aimed at promoting the local designers and brands among international market, which will in turn help create more employment and product export opportunities.

Jay

Jay

I currently hold editor-level position with DesigningTips.com and Founder as well. With a group of online & offline companies under the Soofi Group in my kitty, writing for the design genre was an interesting support to DesigningTips.com. In my opinion, everyone has their taste for design, plus the scope of writing is wide and thus the contribution I make here through words would encourage me to explore this section aptly.

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Timberland’s Customized Shoes Charm

Oct 9, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Firms, Design Tutorials

You may judge a person’s personality from the shoes he or she wears! Relative to this notion, while adding to the trend of fancy collections and plush habits, Timberland’s upgraded product design methods by introducing “design your own shoes” concept.

Timberland Shoes - Design Your Own

The designing is to be carried out on iMac computers in Malaysia’s Klang Valley stores. The fun part is you can customize shoes into any wild or sober design while manufacturers are ready to get them done for you. Available for both man and woman, boots and moccasin styles can be personally designed with the selected colors and patterns.

Your chosen design styles are sent to Timberland owned Dominican Republic factory in Santiago and, in a span of five weeks, a handmade one-of-its-kind pair is delivered at your doorstep. This satisfies the creative hunger of shoe lovers. “This concept caters to individuals who prefer to have an original design for their footwear instead of having the same one as others,” explains Timberland Malaysia marketing manager Cheryl Chang.

There are not only experiments with the hues, but customers may also choose from different materials, stitches, cuts and heels. You can evaluate the type, style and look of your footwear according to the attire, occasion or collection, which makes it much more attractive. The variety is spread over 23 elements, which exceeds the usual expectations affix to classic brown boat Timberlands shoes. All the aspects of shoe design from stitching, laces, midsole, outsole, footbed, monograms, thread color, heels length, buttons, clips and many other details are carefully offered to the shopper and best finishes are provided by the designers.

Timberland - Design Your Own Shoes

It’s a great option for tailored gifts and to append your own taste to your shoes right from the first stage of production. “It’s tremendously popular among youth, particularly as unique and personalized gift.

You can select 14-inch women’s high boots, to our classic two-eye boat shoe with rubber outsole and lightweight leather upper, and the three-eye hand-sewn shoe equipped with a tough rubber lug outsole and a padded collar”  added Chang.

A treat to shoe fetish audience, price range from RM599 to RM899 has been decided. Stores with design-your-own facilities are in Suria KLCC; Lot 10, Bukit Bintang, KL; Pavilion Kuala Lumpur; and Sunway Pyramid and Empire Gallery in Selangor.

For more information visit www.mytimberland.com.my

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu has rushed and brushed her career with the fancy corporate world, yet still aiming advanced mechanism in human resources. Writing was never inherited, it is simply her flare of expression in anything and everything that she finds her interest of say! If readers can imagine what’s expressed through pen by Raman, its definitely a win-win situation for her. She has started writing with an experimented and quite varied genre of designs, and different aspects. While working as a human resource manager with an architect company, the language of design and decor is always easy to understand for her. You can connect with Raman through facebook profile.

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Top 10 Website Designs for Clothing Stores

Oct 4, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Design Firms, Design Tutorials, Website Design

You will find hundreds and thousands of clothing store websites online from different brands selling wide-range of apparel’s. Every company is trying to woo their web-visitors somehow and turn them into customers, however lack one thing or other in displaying their products on the web-store.

With clear website structure and design, businesses will be able to guide potential customers to explore available clothing collection which will in turn increase the fashion product sales.

Here we have gathered top 10 creative website designs for your review to excel in the clothing stores sector:

H & M

H & M

Bridge 55

Bridge55

Design by Humans

Design by Humans

Free People

Free People

Between the Flags

Between the Flags

ChopShop

ChopShop

Rugby

Rugby

KindredMarket

Kindred Market

True Religion

True Religion

Reisenthel

Reisenthel

Jay

Jay

I currently hold editor-level position with DesigningTips.com and Founder as well. With a group of online & offline companies under the Soofi Group in my kitty, writing for the design genre was an interesting support to DesigningTips.com. In my opinion, everyone has their taste for design, plus the scope of writing is wide and thus the contribution I make here through words would encourage me to explore this section aptly.

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Giuseppe Zanotti bejewels Abu Dhabi

Oct 2, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Firms

“Shoes are the quickest way for women to achieve instant metamorphosis” quotes Manolo Blahnik (Spanish fashion designer) and if those shoes are of Giuseppe Zanotti, trust us, women can achieve instant satisfaction.

Giuseppe Zanotti Design Boutique Abu DhabiGiuseppe Zanotti is world renowned, Italian by origin, women shoe designer who has freelanced with some top brass in the beginning of his career, for example; Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Missoni and Valentino. Zanotti patented his first shoe store in Milan in the year 2000, and has now spread all over the world. He has had the honor of being nominated four times for the “Designer of the year” and has also won the “Prix d’Excellence de la Mode” for best footwear collection by Marie Claire International in 2010.

Spreading its wings all over the world, Giuseppe Zanotti has now opened up a luxury showroom at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi. The store is a perfect adumbration of Giuseppe Zanott’s designs.

The blue-eyed Zanotti is famous for its designer shoes with exquisite embroidery and skillful use of diamonds. The innovative ideas and masterpiece footwear seems like a showpiece. He is been creating masterpieces for over 25 years now, and his collections seem to be like a reverie. Zanotti’s ideas about the design for women footwear in his words is “Just like boys talk to women and animals talk together, any single shoe talks directly to the woman.

The elegance of Giuseppe design is flawlessly displayed in the Etihad Towers showroom. The 90 sq m space is a luxury fill which blends with the interesting and gorgeous design of the shoes.

An Etihad tower is already a famous mark in Abu Dhabi, quite well known for its posh and elegant interiors. The Giuseppe Zanotti design boutique fits perfectly in the beauty of the tower. The regal interior with appealing use of chandeliers and draperies looks charming with the bejeweled footwear. It lights up the whole place making those gorgeous shoes look way more striking.

Giuseppe Zanotti’s Autumn Winter Collection 2012 is now displaying compilation inspired by famous photography of Helmut Newton. The set includes nude shades with the use of fur and ankle candies. The use of strong colors was adopted by Zanotti, like browns, suedes and camels. Ankle wraps are very popular among celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez and Kiera Knightly. The snake straps and crystal stilettos are all up, available in the store. During the inauguration of the store, Giuseppe Zanotti rightly said “If you know a woman’s body and different materials, you can apply all the ideas you want in a shoe.”

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba, our only student writer contributes to the young-quirky group of writers, having mastered in English from Punjab University, Chandigarh, her flare in the language is unquestionable. Beauty and acknowledgment in her words and expressions comes effortlessly, belonging to the serene Himachal Pradesh. She discovered her love for writing through the authoritative command she has in English grammar and the love for nature. Also a painter, Milan understand the skills and pills required for carving design ideas in paper as she herself is a fashionaholic. Determined to write forever, Milan is fetching all kinds of write-ups in the design & art section along with completing Master of Philosophy. You can get in touch with her through facebook.

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Pakistan Fashion Design Council tests Indian Market

Sep 28, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Design Firms, Design Tutorials

It was in 1947 when the world witnessed the emergence of two new nations India and Pakistan. More than half century after India and Pakistan gained independence, the ramifications of partition continued to be felt in South Asia. Ever since, many efforts have been made by the populaces to boost relations between both the countries. The bilateral trade between the two countries has opened up a ‘golden route’ once again for the traders and buyers.

The salvage of the trade barriers between the India and the Pakistan has been warmly accepted by the locals. A benign gesture can be seen at ‘The Boulevard’ in New Delhi where a sprawling 5,500 square feet flagship store is being introduced by the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC). Design of this exclusive showroom gives a glimpse of purity and elegance. Aura of the showroom is an amalgamation of contemporary and panache design, with brilliant use of lighting fixtures making the apparels available in the store look more regal and extravagant. The retail apparels have been designed by renowned Pakistani fashion designers like Asifa Nabeel, Sonia Azhar, Sana Safinaz, Nickie Nina, Fahad Hussayn, Iman Ahmed-Body Focus Museum and Nida Azwer.

PFDC The Boulevard - New Delhi

The PFDC India store is a one-stop-shopping place, where all the trend-setters have been provided with their own individual spaces and they can also design or construct their space as they like. Every week different designers will display their beautiful work through themes and leitmotif.

The outlet offers wide variety of traditional clothing which includes bridal shararas, lehngas in white and cream colours, suits and even a brew of traditional hand-work on western gowns. They are exhibited beautifully on the mannequins on display shelves and foil. The use of clothes, embroidery and cuts are in sync with the Pakistani couture. All in one place is a beautiful aspect to depict the traditional as well as modern designs. PFDC also aims to invite Indian fashion designers to retail at their high-end fashion store in Lahore, to give local people easy access to Indian designs.

While inaugurating the facility on Friday, P. Chidambaram, India’s finance minister, said, “Trade is a great driving force. Trade unites people. All trade barriers between India and Pakistan should be dismantled.”

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba, our only student writer contributes to the young-quirky group of writers, having mastered in English from Punjab University, Chandigarh, her flare in the language is unquestionable. Beauty and acknowledgment in her words and expressions comes effortlessly, belonging to the serene Himachal Pradesh. She discovered her love for writing through the authoritative command she has in English grammar and the love for nature. Also a painter, Milan understand the skills and pills required for carving design ideas in paper as she herself is a fashionaholic. Determined to write forever, Milan is fetching all kinds of write-ups in the design & art section along with completing Master of Philosophy. You can get in touch with her through facebook.

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The “Watch” Trend

Sep 25, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Tutorials

This mechanical instrument, better known as watch, will never run out of time though you might miss a trendy piece in the market in a jiffy, and the craze is definitely evergreen. Watches (wrist watches precisely) are the only fashion accessory classified as a “need wear” along with “trend wear”.

Rolex Submariner WatchThe time-piece was always a desired accessory since its origin back in the 17th century and has evolved from the classic Analog to the technical Digital era smoothly. The little round dial attached with a chain for the coats and so; or the regular strap dials, the lovers of this fashion ornament have been ever rising. The cream colored dial with copper hand clocks and black leather strap for men and women were quite a hit (rather out of choice) in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. I was a true admirer the way wrist watch tycoons bombarded the product line with exclusive luxurious designs, colors, materials and variety. It was more than an attempt, rather a trendsetter for the not so experimented watch market. The hot fit is with luxury brands like Rado, Armani, Gucci, Chanel, Rolex and the likes, for those who keep up with the trends (not with the time though). The second genre is the medium ranged durable and flexible range of watches, digital or analog, under the same or different names like Titan, Quartz, etc. This genre has seen more test and trials with the material, metal, straps, colors and shapes.

For me, I might not be a collection freak but yes, I do like the addition it does to my wardrobe. It somehow completes the look for both formal and informal attires. Watches are being designed in embellishments for the diamond-jewelry lovers, in brown, black and maroon shades for the more sophisticated accessory followers or in bright fluorescent hues, rubber straps, multi colored, round-square shapes, etc for the youth and kids. Watches have been turned into beautiful accessories with golden chains, pink-peach bases, fancy designs and sparkly dials, for the girly lot. The boys have found them in adventurous or sporty product range apart from the business class designs (simple yet quality oriented). For all ages, the market profoundly bargains a good range and price.

The focus during the drift and development of watch designing was for the wearable options to be made available to customers. This facilitates the option to go with any kind of color, dress and gender like.

I believe a wristwatch adds quite a charm to your personality, compliments your belts or shoes, and add another element to your fashion sense. The demand is such that exclusive watch store is a serious business now, affecting the fashion accessory market positively. There are special edition watch launches at different fashion shows as well. It’s actually fun for me to wear a big sporty watch white in color one day and a thinner chain golden base watch some other day, providing multiplicity in these small items.

The price is as small and as large as you may wish to stretch your pocket for these accessories. Anything in fashion, and for fashion, as they say!

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu has rushed and brushed her career with the fancy corporate world, yet still aiming advanced mechanism in human resources. Writing was never inherited, it is simply her flare of expression in anything and everything that she finds her interest of say! If readers can imagine what’s expressed through pen by Raman, its definitely a win-win situation for her. She has started writing with an experimented and quite varied genre of designs, and different aspects. While working as a human resource manager with an architect company, the language of design and decor is always easy to understand for her. You can connect with Raman through facebook profile.

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Fashion Trends for Designer Headphones

Sep 24, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Tutorials

The Brand loyal young brigade is all willing and frenzied to purchase anything that gets them jelled into the “fashion addict genre”. With fashion tenor changing everyday from that chocked Victorian dresses to Lady Gaga’s Meat Dress, the fashion trends are wavering like a  storm be it clothes, shoes, jewelry, watches or even the style of listening to music (headphones apparently).

It was in early 1920s, when headphones were first developed in United States Navy commonly used for early radio work as a small headpiece mainly for amplifiers. Being used in World Wars and Battles after, headphones have come about a long way since then. Device has become popular all over the world when phones and MP3 players started producing it in a bud-ear/In-ear headphones style.

Nowdays Bluetooth pieces are hooked onto our ears, or hang around the neck in any color you may think of. The growing popularity of headphones has now placed it in the price category of any branded watch, shoes and other fashion accessory.

Beats by Dre - Designer HeadphonesDr. Dre’s ‘Beats by Dre’ headphone line of equipment placed him in Forbes 2012 magazine. He is also considered to be the fashion ‘guru’ of the product and one of the top celebrity headphone designer. There are different celebrities out there whose headphones were designed by Dr. Dre and the company which have made headphones a trendsetter, for example: 50 Cents (Street/Sync by SMS), Eminem (Monster Beats), Justin Bieber, Lil’ Wayne (Beats) and many more. The youth today picture these celebs as their role model and try to follow their style.

You don’t have to be a Disc Jockey or a call centre employee to have a headphone around the neck. It is now a style statement that is quite “in”, so no one wants to let go of this opportunity.

Now Nokia has come out with a range of luminous headphones and florescent hues like blue, green, pink, yellow and orange. Such hues give a very fashionable and hip look to your personality which can be mixed and matched with the outfit and apparel you are going to wear.

The brands like Boss and iBall have designed headphones with various sport team logos, cartoon-characters, famous brands patterns etc… which look extremely chic and happening.  Designer headphones may be clubbed in your “must haves” if you want to be in-style or live-in-style!

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba

Milan Lamba, our only student writer contributes to the young-quirky group of writers, having mastered in English from Punjab University, Chandigarh, her flare in the language is unquestionable. Beauty and acknowledgment in her words and expressions comes effortlessly, belonging to the serene Himachal Pradesh. She discovered her love for writing through the authoritative command she has in English grammar and the love for nature. Also a painter, Milan understand the skills and pills required for carving design ideas in paper as she herself is a fashionaholic. Determined to write forever, Milan is fetching all kinds of write-ups in the design & art section along with completing Master of Philosophy. You can get in touch with her through facebook.

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Wearable Art 2012: Unconventional Approach by Young Fashion Designers

Sep 14, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Firms, Design Tutorials

The Copley Mall could never have been more illuminated by the larger than life exhibit of designs by the students of Massachusetts College of Art, featuring 36 garments, crafted with graceful naive out-of-the-box ideas, providing five platforms for the Exhibition.

The show is being shouldered by undergraduates and fashion certificate programs students, bringing together professional, chic and wearable merchandise for the audience. It is an out-of-the-box platform given to infant designers to break out of their shells, experiment with non-textiles, which is surprisingly not exposed to the global fashion market.

“We have the unconventional and incredibly interesting non-textiles, but we also have elegant evening wear and bridal wear, with beautifully tailored pieces that are fashionable and ready-to-wear” quoted Jayne Avery, associate professor of fashion at Mass Art and curator of the event. The show has caught attention of shopaholics and every fashion lover out there, halting footsteps, as the fashion enthusiasts were eager to have a glimpse of the show.

Avery, have been associated with this exhibit right from the students achieving deadlines at the college to the genuine concepts and variation they displayed in the exhibition. Each piece on display has to be perfect and should pull the audience, in which the students were quite successful. The knowledge of material and the competitive approach by the students is commendable; the show provided eye catching bridal wear for the ready-to-wear chic street apparels “Some of the non-textiles pieces are actually elegant, beautiful pieces but made from ordinary products that you would normally discard” said Avery.

Jessica Tenczar’s dress is made of birch bark.The students understood what scope their designs would fetch, and what sort of quality they have to achieve through this exhibition. The costume designs, detailing on ethnic wear, use of delicate stone work, excellent exposure of color variation, crazy use of non-textiles, on the fashion platform could speak of the fresh flow of ideas fashion gurus were hoping for. “People were saying I was crazy because the material is so hard to work with” said Tenczar, a junior student at Mass Art.

The students wisely exploited the opportunity to design what inspired them, one such designer duo Amy Plante and Nyima Smith inspiration came from nature to cartoons, some took up and displayed dresses that were cultured as per their their rooted values and emotions.“The Devil”, a costume depicting Disney’s villains, by Sarah Maloof, a senior majoring in fashion design, was fun and thrilling; as such ideas definitely are born out of personal experiences of the designer and thus get much feel and appeal to it. I believe, the students could major perfections in such enormous platform because they understood what yield each and every piece would fetch for them.

The buzz around the show only urges you to see more from each fashion designer and thus wider are the speculations for these young achievers. The modern and high profile drama in these new designs is targeting a change in the conventional treatment done with textiles in the market.

image source: boston.com

Jay

Jay

I currently hold editor-level position with DesigningTips.com and Founder as well. With a group of online & offline companies under the Soofi Group in my kitty, writing for the design genre was an interesting support to DesigningTips.com. In my opinion, everyone has their taste for design, plus the scope of writing is wide and thus the contribution I make here through words would encourage me to explore this section aptly.

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Design Your Own Fabric

Sep 9, 2012     No Comments    Posted under: Accessory Design, Design Firms

You are your own Fabric press, it’s about how well you use the scratch-worthless- thrown-away. I have a friend who has this weird collection of safety pins and broken buttons, biggest donator of which is me myself!

It’s a matter of excellent imagination that she could use a plain silk cloth, get it framed and use those safety pins, buttons , more torn pieces of cloth and I was stunned with what that designed fabric covered frame did to her wall. Excellent stuff!

A fabric has infinite possibilities to be designed and printed. The choice of art and its usage is on you to decide, you may convert it into a table cloth or a pouch! We may stretch it to the extent where we are capable to innovate.

SpoonFlower LogoEver thought you can customize your loose piece of cloth digitally? There are actually such sites that design your fabric digitally and turn the plain cotton sheet onto a fantastic piece of art as you wanted, Spoon flower for example. I have got mobile cases and footwear prints customized as per my liking! Though I am not wooed by the digital prints personalized in nature, for me , handmade design is a big seller. You may do this to your room, laptop desk or your car pillow. It is that extensive and interesting.

The next agenda on my mind is to buy an old clean slack of broken wooden frames, repaint them, paste newspaper printed cloth on it and yeah! My wardrobe mirror is ready though it’ll still look same (as everything cannot be customized). If I don’t mention the top seller of digital fabric printer, Spoon Flower more than once, I may be at sin, as this Durham based design firm has bought iconic changes in the fabric design industry.

In certain geographical locations this concept is limited, even when you perform Google search, it’s not available beyond frames and cushions. Designing your own fabric Is beyond the block prints, it’s about the vintage touch you may like to have on your curtains, the ragged cloth you stitch specially for your guitar cover (yes, I have it), the improvisation of silk with fancy bows and sparks you use for your accessory design cabinet, your lucky color cloth neatly hand knit and wrapped around your pen set for your office desk, the polka dot cloth for your new scarf, etc. It could be anything when you understand the range and compatible fabric for your purpose.

Be fab and be creative. Choose from a varied range of fabrics, pick out from the no-more-used fabrics from your kitty, get it digitally designed or take out your own paint brushes.

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu

Raman Sandhu has rushed and brushed her career with the fancy corporate world, yet still aiming advanced mechanism in human resources. Writing was never inherited, it is simply her flare of expression in anything and everything that she finds her interest of say! If readers can imagine what’s expressed through pen by Raman, its definitely a win-win situation for her. She has started writing with an experimented and quite varied genre of designs, and different aspects. While working as a human resource manager with an architect company, the language of design and decor is always easy to understand for her. You can connect with Raman through facebook profile.

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