Paper Knick-Knacks to Brighten Your Home

Published: 10th November 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th November 2014 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

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BENGALURU: Sonali Maniar and Rachana Pallamreddy of Templetree, pick for our readers six affordable pieces from their unique store where paper turns into a myriad little things.

Paisley diyas

These bright and decorative diya designs can be used to embellish a gift wrapper or add character to a greeting card. Each of these brightly coloured diyas cost `180 each.

Fabric pouches

These multipurpose pouches can be used to pack gifts, jewellery, or preserve sweet treats. These pouches come in funky patterns and are priced at `290 each

Potli

These gorgeous brocade and silk potlis are exactly the thing your ethnic ensemble needed. Choose from different colours and make heads turn as you walk into a room! Each potli costs `750

Small treasure box

This stylish box is perfect for gifting jewellery or organizing your cosmetics and bangles. Its unique treasure chest shape makes it attractive and it is reasonably priced at `210 each.

Embroidered fabricnotebooks

Jot down your thoughts in these beautiful handcrafted journals, for your thoughts are worth preserving! `380 each

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