Henna is a traditional art form that has been practiced in India, the Middle East (especially Pakistan), and parts of Africa (Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Somalia, Sudan) for hundreds of years. The henna plant is believed to bring love and good fortune, and to protect against evil spirits. Henna Art is put on hands mostly, but is now catching popularity in many other ways. Beautiful patterns and designs include traditional, geometric, Arabic, Moroccan, floral and more. With many nontraditional forms of Henna styles becoming cool with talented artists especially in Pakistan and India. These include swirls, paisleys, geometric shapes, Arabic/ Muslim architectural designs and motifs with western symbols, signs and characters as well. However, creative Henna art is not limited to the body. Some artist has used Henna art making talent into crafting handmade projects. Here some example of henna craft ,check this out !