Temple of heaven- Woodcraft

This is made from pieces of wood from a woodcraft construction kit I bought from the popular book shop more than six months ago. Somehow I kept on postponing it. It seemed to be very easy. Of course, it is easy, but you have to have lot of patience, I think. I started with great enthusiasm and it was taking a good shape, but during the final construction, the pieces kept on falling. I lost my patience and kept it back and somehow I never brought myself to complete it.Finally, today my hubby said he will help me with this and we decided to complete it. It looks so elegant that it is certainly worth the patience and efforts you put into it.


I am also planning to colour it. Will update the post with the painted pictures when I do it and if I do it!!!

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32 Comments

  1. wow… beautiful craft work… 🙂

     
  2. Good one… painting it would be an excellent idea… I too bought and gave it to kids at home,India.

     
  3. Taste of Mysore

    Painting is a good idea Sowmya. This time I will take some courage to buy it 🙂 as I know my enthusiasm is short lived 🙁

     
  4. Looks beautiful …we too have some house kinda craft ..:)

     
  5. lookin nice,..u r right this needs lots of patience,..but once done will look too good,..

     
  6. Wow, awesome Sowmya! You guys have done a great job. Waiting to see the painted temple.

     
  7. Lovely and beautiful temple sowmya:)

     
  8. wow…just superb…from where did you buy the kit. If you could give details even i am interested to make one. Thankswww.blogandsoul.com/getcrafty

     
  9. Excellent. 10 on 10.

     
  10. omg…this looks so very beautiful..pls let me know where it is available so that i can ask someone to get it for me

     
  11. Sowmya Madhavan

    @EC,Madhavi- I got this from popular book shop in singapore.

     
  12. Shama Nagarajan

    hai first time visiting ur blog……..craft is too good…..looks beautiful.i hv added u to my blog.

     
  13. Good one. I have done a woodecraft kit also….Peacock…..but before I could blog it my lil one has broken it into pieces. Do color it. it will be so novel.

     
  14. beautiful work sowmya

     
  15. Wow! sowmya this blog is superb…..feeling jealous about you…….u get so much time to spend it fruitfully……keep posting good and let us know when u post a new craft or recipe……

     
  16. wow! excellent job! hats off!

     
  17. Premyscakes

    Wow sowmya!! your are creative.

     
  18. What a creativity?! Amazing work! Ya, Do paint it.. Visit my site too at sanghi-artlife.blogspot.com. Wish to add u.

     
  19. Hi gr8 work.I have always wanted to do something like that.Would like to add you.Do visit my blog and give me your comments.

     
  20. Hi,The temple of Heaven in Beijing looks exactly like this. I am sure it would look great with Painting. It actually has three main colours, Blue,Red and yellow the royal colours.. You have a lot of Patience 🙂 Looks great

     
  21. Shama Nagarajan

    waiting for ur painted temple of heaven…………

     
  22. Wow…amazing sowmya!do paint them…it will look gr8.

     
  23. Shama Nagarajan

    hai.. My first event for u…do check my handicrafts blog….hope u will definetly enjoy it

     
  24. Beautiful work Sowmya! Looks lovely even without painting!

     
  25. must say this.. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES !

     
  26. Hey, I am a big fan of your blog. I am also art lover. Check out my blog at http://ruchi-artandcraft.blogspot.com/

     
  27. Shubha Ravikoti

    hey where did u get this kit from?? can u tell me?

     
  28. Sowmya Madhavan

    @ shubai got it from popular book stores in singapore, but i have seen it in many other shops in Singapore too..

     
  29. Looks so pretty.. Amazing patience and lovely work.. 🙂 Keep it up. Nice to see ur blog and all ur works are really nice.. 🙂

     
  30. kalalayaa-paintings

    hi,. i am new to ur blog.this work looks amazing,..keep going:)

     
  31. kalalayaa-paintings

    hi, i am new to ur blog.this work ia amazing..keep going:)

     
  32. Wow, that looks really intricate! Can’t wait to see it when it’s colored!

     

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