CONCERT GANPATI AVATAAR
DIY | The Morya Project
What’s amazing about Ganpati Bappa is that he is so cute, he transcends beyond the Puja room to almost every space of our life. Be it as a good luck charm in the car, an exam savior, a decor element in the house to even an avid Ganesha collection. There are so many amazing beautiful & quirky forms of Ganesha available – you can actually sit down & have a chat over coffee with him. No wonder he is my favorite kinda God!
As a part of ‘The Morya Project’, I am creating a series of DIY Ganpati decor articles. Hope you find it useful!
One of the popular forms is the Musical Maestro Ganpati. A typical mini set includes him playing the entire orchestra. What was really interesting about this DIY,is that we planned to showcase 1 style. However, as we kept messing around (read as having Fun!), we figured how you could style it multiple ways using the same decor element!.. So here we go!
OUR CONCERT GANPATIS
So, we had this super amazing set of Concert Ganpatis. See for yourself. Just super adorable! Our challenge was to style it beautifully, yet not losing focus on the Ganpatis. The size & the color made it a lot more challenging!
THE GREEN MAT
We shortlisted yellow flowers & a green base to make the Ganpati pop! So, we finally decided on a green mat. We saw beautiful long green leaves in our garden. We decided to try out a mat with it. It’s super simple – but happy with the way it turned out.. Check out the pictorial above!
THE LUSH MELODY
Once it was done, we popped the Ganpatis on the mat. And actually, they looked really sweet. Like I always say – Less is More!
THE SHINING STAR
We found an old green Diwali Thali – propped it on a single yellow flower! And Voila.. They looked really nice!
We then decided to step on full festive mode. We added small square green leaves on top of the floral decor to focus on Ganpatis! What say?
LIGHT IT UP
And finally, we put on sparkling, festive lights against a sheer background. The result was nothing short of magical!
So, which one depicts your style? Have fun celebrating 🙂
GANPATI BAPPA MORYA!