Friday, April 11, 2014

Mandala making and a new doll :)


I love making mandalas. 


Two years ago I learned how to make Mandala.
I love to sit in my sofa on a rainy day drawing Mandala.


10 days ago I got my left shoulder operate so Im not able to do much, 
so this is a perfect timing to make Mandala.


Now I have two dolls, they are best friends.. love them both.

Have a great weekend and

Namaste




24 comments:

  1. Oh wonderful! I love Mandala's, really fun colors and designs. Sweet bff dolls. ;)

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  2. I love your dolls Sigga. Just beautiful. Your mandala's are just awesome. I have to learn the process. Hope your shoulder heals fast and I send you ::healing thoughts::

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    1. Thank you so much. If you are a Life Booker then there is a free Mandala class there from Guada. And the dolls I learned how to make in Soul Food Class :)

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  3. Your mandala paintings are beautiful. They remind me of some of the math courses I took in college, especially projective geometry.

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  4. Love those dolls, they have such character. Your mandalas are beautiful.

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  5. Your mandalas look peaceful and restful, I hope they help your shoulder mend quickly.

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  6. Gorgeous work, love the bff dolls!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. Lovely work Sigga on the dolls and mandalas.
    Carl Jung first painted Mandalas in 1916 and later used them in his work with his patients.Being one who admires his research and thinking I must admit I was inspired to paint one and now seeing your lovely work I think I will try one. Thanks for reminder.


    Annabelle : )

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    1. Thank you so much Annabelle, I think you should give it a try again, if you are a Life Booker then there is a free Mandala class there with Gauda :)

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  8. Hope you heal quickly - love the dolls and the mandala

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  9. Love your beautiful Mandalas and wow both the dolls look gorgeous together Sigga, am so in love with them. Hope you are soon free from pain. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you Annette, Im good as long as I dont lift my arms ro higt, have to train for few weeks :-)

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  10. Hi Sigga!
    Love you mandala's and dolls! I don't know which is my favorite.
    Happy PPF :)

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  11. Your mandalas are so beautiful. And I love your dolls,. What are they made from?

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    1. Thank you Jo, they are made of cotton :-)

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