Rakshabandhan is just around the corner, a festival loved by all siblings – young and old!! Most stores are now filled with colorful Rakhis made of strings and beads and choosing one among the huge variety is not a small task!
This year, why not make one yourself, sitting in the comfort of your own home! Any brother would prefer a hand made Rakhi to a store bought one. So whether your child is celebrating her first Rakshabandhan or if you’re looking for something new to do this year, then look no further. Here are simple DIY Handmade Rakhi Ideas for kids to make their own Rakhis and a sweet card.
1. Awesome Rakhi Card Holder
- Thick paper
- Satin ribbon
1)Cut a rectangle (26×19cms)of a paper and draw four rectangles (7×2cm) on corners.
2. Make your own “Happy Rakhi” card for your brother / sister:
- Card stock
- Glue on Stickers
- Glitter Glue
- Use all the material to decorate your card in your style and colour, taking inspiration from the image below.
3. Cute ideas to make your own Rakhis
- Colourful ribbons / strings
- Glue on stickers ( flowers, favourite characters, etc)
- Felt sheets
- Glitter foam sheets
- Glue on rhinestones
- Craft glue
- Cut ribbons according to wrist size.
- Cut glitter foam sheets or felt in circles.
- Glue the foam or felt circle in the middle of your ribbons.
- Now, glue your favourite sticker or character on top of that circle.
- Decorate your stickers using rhinestones.
- Your hand made rakhis are now ready.
Rakhi for the nature loving Sibling
For the Footie lovers!
Place all your Rakhis, cards with sweets and other Pooja items on your Rakhi Thali. Enjoy the look of excitement on the faces of your siblings.
Happy Rakshabandhan !
The card/ message holder idea for Rakhi was sent in by Asavari Udgirkar, a homemaker with two kids.She has done her graduation in microbiology. She also has a Diploma in fashion design and loves to craft since childhood and now enjoys crafting with her kids.
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