Raksha Bandhan 2022: 5 super easy and affordable DIY Rakhi ideas
Raksha Bandhan is an auspicious festival that marks the strong bond between brothers and sisters. The festival revolves around siblings tying rakhi, a holy thread, feasting on exquisite dishes, and exchanging presents during the occasion.
Raksha Bandhan is around the corner and sisters are all geared up to buy a perfect rakhi for their brothers. However, there have been times when you do not get a rakhi of your choice and you keep scrolling shopping websites or hogging from shop to shop to find the ideal rakhi. But there is no need to worry as you have landed in the right place.
You can easily make different types of beautiful rakhis of your choice at home, and that would definitely be more special than the ones available in the market.
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Here are do-it-yourself (DIY) ideas to make rakhi at home:
Rakhi from wool: This type of Rakhi is quite easy to make and it looks pretty as well. Plus, it would be super eco-friendly.
Materials required to make this rakhi: silk thread, wool, satin ribbon, scissors, fevicol, and decorative craft materials like foam, wool, sequins tassels, beads, etc.
Rakhi from paper: These types of Rakhi can be made with limited materials. All you need is some paper, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, a satin ribbon and a small bead or decorative stone.
Rakhi from waste materials: These are fancy and eco-friendly rakhis. These rakhis can be made easily at home with just a handful of materials.
Materials that are required are matchsticks/ toothpicks, some paper, a pair of scissors, fevicol, beads, thread or a satin ribbon.
Photo rakhi: These rakhis are nowadays quite popular. Why spend a high price on something that can be very easily made at home?
The materials that are required are a small passport-size photograph of your brother, some chart paper, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, thread or a satin ribbon and decorative items like beads and stones.
Rakhi with buttons- Don’t throw buttons and make this amazingly beautiful rakhi by using minimum stuff.
Materials that are required to make are buttons, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, a satin thread, and some decorative like beads, mirror stones, etc.
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