Have glass, will paint!

I've been away too long...again! I wish I could write and post more often but I've finally realised that it's just not something I can control; it's the flip side of being interested in too many things, eventually I end up getting distanced from some and this blog has been at the receiving end of that.

Time for a quick update then! My glass painting is what keeps me busy most of the time these days. Last month saw my first ever exhibition; a bunch of us facebook entrepreneurs came together to host a Spring Bazaar across four different locations in Bombay. It was super fun and quite a learning experience for a newbie like me. Then there's the steady trickle of orders that come via my facebook page, thanks to you guys. I'm also getting enquiries from a couple of home stores that would like to stock my products, lets see how that goes. And last but not the least, there's my tie-up with the ITC group of hotels; they are are now serving tea in my cutting chai caddies across their properties so if you happen to step into one of their coffee shops and spot one of those babies, you know where they come from!

And when I'm not doing all of the above, I am busy feeding my own crazy desire to surround myself with coloured glass. No jar or bottle in my house goes unpainted; old jam jars, pickle jars, sauce bottles, booze bottles, all get upcycled and find their rightful place! Here are some images from my personal collection...
Upcycled jars that I use to keep my pens, pencils, paint brushes etc.

L: old Pisco bottles that now store oils; R: a small jar that works as a match box

L: my personal favourite, a jar for my homemade ginger-garlic paste; R: a jar for my little spoons

Jars for my make-up!

L: an old soap dispenser that received a new coat of paint; R: more jars for earbuds etc.
If you like these, then you'll be happy to know that I'm working on a kitchen range...some bottles and jars for your spices and oils. Meanwhile, if you'd like to see the products that are currently available for sale, please visit the albums on my facebook page. You can place orders by inboxing me on the same page or sending me an email. I look forward to hearing from you.


  1. I am going gaga seeing this..! I have so many empty glass bottles at home.. I can try my hand on DIY..!

    Your creativity and decor ideas as always attract me to visit your blog every month at least 4-5 times , even if there is no post :)

    Sounds crazy..


  2. I saw some coloured vintage oil dispensers last weekend, I just had to think of you:-)

    1. Aaaaah! Coloured glass AND vintage! What more can a girl want?! :)

  3. This is a stunning collection, so colourfull and bright!

  4. You're such an enterprising lady, loved these bright ones in your home. It's one thing to bookmark inspirations and put them in ones to-do list. It's another to wake up and Create! Way to go

  5. It was a pleasure meeting you and now I am a proud owner of your "Cutting Chai" series.Way to go lady,a power house of talent you are.Drop a while at my space, would really love to see you there.

  6. This is such a wonderful and creative post! Love the photos of your glass art. I've been to art lately and I'm trying to find some easy glass painting designs that I can try as beginner. Thanks for sharing ideas.

    Cheers xxxx

  7. Lovely DIY ... Or those oil bottles available for sale ? I couldnt find them in your facebook page ...


  8. Hi Sahana, I love your blog and your obsession for glass! Always delightful to visit. So I've nominated you for a Liebster Award - you can get the details on how to accept from the 24 Sept post on my blog Art Earth Ink Soul.

  9. Hi Sahana, Hope you are doing well. I am stopping by to invite you to enter a Giveaway I am hosting with the online store Jaypore. The giveaway includes some lovely things :) See you at MDC :)


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