Showing posts with label Embriodery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Embriodery. Show all posts

Open Invitation: For All Crafters and Artists!! Join Us in Our Handmade Gift Shop!

Local Artists, Buy handmade, gifts,








Who Are We?

The Craft Gallery is an Online Retail Shop specializing in Craft Supplies and Hand-Made Gifts. 

We are the leading online shopping destination for Australia’s smart shoppers, and are proudly 100% Australian owned!

We believe that the internet has made the world a better place to shop, and our goal is to make the latest craft supplies more affordable for every Craft artist and Craft lover.

The Craft Gallery, Handmade Gifts, Craft Supplies Together – we are a Team

We understand that you are crafters / artists and would like to spend more time on Creativity than worrying about How to sell your creations


  The Craft Gallery Team brings the latest Technology including SEO, Social media networking, Online marketing experts and Brand Promotion to the table.

 You bring the unique handmade products to the table.


Let’s get together and embrace a new journey to sell and purchase Craft Supplies and Hand-Made goods online to the World
Handmade Gifts

Package Deal –

Upload Service charge $7.00 for every 10

Products per month plus 10%

Commission when item sold.


P.S.Free Offer is Ending on 14 Feb 2014




How can we deliver together?

We believe 3 things are important in achieving any dream. Focus, Focus and Focus.

·         We ‘Focus’ on what we love –Assisting others to achieve their dreams. We do that by providing online platform to craft artists such as yourself, managing The Craft Gallery website, uploading images of your products, promoting your products and notifying you once the product is sold.

·         You ‘Focus’ on what you love –Making Extraordinary Craft Items.

·         Together we ‘Focus’ on taking the handmade items to the world. Contact us to register ; let’s get the journey started.


How it works 


Step -1 YOU send us the pictures when your product is ready to be shipped.
Step-2 We Upload the pictures on our website

o   Do the promotion and marketing on Social Media such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Blog. etc   

o   We also have
Facebook shop integrated completely to provide easy shopping experience for our followers

Step-3 When the product is sold, we notify you by email and sms

Step-4 YOU ship the product to the new owner

Step-5 WE deposit the money in your bank account before 5pm (AEST) on last working day of every month.


FAQs

1.       How many products can we upload?

A: There is no limit for number of products; however The Craft Gallery reserves the right to choose the product to maintain uniqueness and quality.

2.       How many pictures for each product can we upload?

A: Again no limit, however, we recommend a maximum of 5 pictures per product.

3.       How is the commission calculated?

A: Commission is calculated based on the base price of the product. E.g. a 10 variety greeting card Packet is considered as 1 product. If it’s base price is $15, then we charge $1.5 as our selling commission. (In addition to the upload service charge)

Note: We DO NOT calculate our commission based on price including postage.

4.       What about shipping Australia-wide?

A: We calculate postage based on weight and charge as per Australia Post policy. We advise you to do the same. Let us know the (approx.) postage for your product.

5.       How about shipping overseas

A: Again, we recommend Australia Post for overseas shipping. We generally advise buyers of the shipping charges up-front.

6.       I have more Questions on terms and conditions OR I need more information

A: Contact us  any time…!
 
 


Saree Embroidery - Kantha Work

 Hello Readers!!
Today I am sharing one more recent project of my grandma. She embroidered this Saree (5 yard fabric) with Kantha Work as a gift for my mum's 50th Birthday!!
Let the pictures do all the talking.





Embroidered Sarees - Festival Special







I


Dear Readers, 

I was never a fan of wearing Saree's and always thought embroidered Saree to be too tacky and shiny. But when I saw these Sarees I just had to buy them. I love the superior quality of the fine embroidery and also the fact that its suttle and does not have too much bling. 

The mustard yellow Saree has fine Kashmiri hand embroidery which is unique to every Saree. 
Do share your favourite handicrafts too 

Happy Crafting!

Thanks so much for visiting The Craft Gallery. I would be honored if you would take a moment to like our new Facebook Page "The Craft Gallery"   



Hand Embroidered Saree - Grandma's Creation

Dear readers,
Today I would like to share a beautiful handmade gift which is very precious for me . My grandma embroidered this Saree and gifted me for my first Diwali after our wedding. So it has a very special for me.


My Grandma learnt special embroidery stitch "Kantha work" and she immediately tried it on this Saree. she also adorned all the flowers with kundan (artificial rhinestones). I love the small even stitches across the design. 
The embroidery is on the skirting of the Saree and pallu. I like the small flower motif is used on pallu and rest of the Saree is left plain. This gives it a very delicate look. 


She even embroidered the blouse sleeves for me. 

I will share many more Saree embroidered my grandma in coming months.. Do let me know your views, suggestions


Happy Crafting....!!!


Thanks so much for visiting The Craft Gallery. I would be honored if you would take a moment to like our new Facebook Page "The Craft Gallery"   







Embroidery Table Cloth

In my recent trip to India I was able to capture all my old craft project through my lens and decided to share with you all! 

It was nostalgic to see all the various craft projects I created and recollecting all the stories associated with it was best way to spend some time at my mum's place :)

This embroidery piece was made in 1997  and still being used as table cloth in mum's kitchen :D

The cloth's colour is faded and can't be revived much through photo shop either :P , but the embroidery is still pretty. 

In 90's all schools were suppose to teach some craft subject for all ages from year 5 to year 10. This is where I learnt most of my embroidery stitches, and this piece was my final submission for my craft subject in 1997. So it has nice classroom memories attached to it and hence very close to my heart. 

Do you have any special projects which have a nostalgic value added ? Do share with me by leaving a link in the comment box. 

Happy Crafting 

Thanks so much for visiting The Craft Gallery. I would be honoured if you would take a moment to like our new Facebook Page "The Craft Gallery"

Ribbon Embroidery on Saree

Design on the Pallu

Drum Roll Please!!!!!!!!

Introducing the most veteran crafter in our family... My Grandma's work for first time! 

Now the blog officially reflects projects made by three generations of ladies.... My Grandma, mum and me ..hooray!
Design on the border of the saree

My grandma is in her late 70's and loves learning new things even at this age! She recently started following my blog (well her neighbour shows her the blog on her laptop once everyweek) and she showed interest in being part of this blog. She's a very verstalie artists, she is great cook, a very well eshtablished writer in Marathi, a good speaker and leader( head of senior citizen institute) and pursues crafts in her spare time. Me and my mum learnt the knitting and crochet from her and now she still learns new things and passes on the knowledge to us. 

She learnt ribbon embroidery 3-4 years ago and since then has gifted me with 4 embroidered sarees. She made this one for my mum. I will post some more photos of my sarees later in the year.

Design on the border of the saree
She recently learnt some new jewllery techniques using glass beads and has gifted a nice choker to my little one. ( will post that  too soon..) 

So I am very happy to see her keen interest in my activties and willingness to contribute more even at this age! I would be lucky to have half of her engery when I turn that old! 

What do you think our new contributor to the Blog! 

Happy Crafting! 

Thanks so much for visiting The Craft Gallery. I would be honoured if you would take a moment to like our new Facebook Page "The Craft Gallery"

Traditional Wall Hanging - Unique Gift

Hello again,

One of my friends mother gifted me these unique wall hangings from India. This workmanship is speciality of Gujarat and Rajasthan states. 

I love the play of colours and intricate detailed bed work makes this artpiece very unique. 

Close  Look - smaller square



It can also be used as cushion covers. But as I don't have cushion to fit these sizes, I use it as wall decor.
close look - bead work
close look - abla work / mirror work
Do share your unique handmade gifts
Thanks so much for visiting The Craft Gallery. I would be honoured if you would take a moment to like our new Facebook Page "The Craft Gallery"

Followers