Free step by step crafts tutorial on how to make a DIY handmade Foam Rakhi with beads and colorful stickers. How lovely and memorable it will be when little sisters will tie this handmade Rakhi to their brothers. If you are looking for simple handmade Rakhi crafts ideas this can be the one for you. This is super quick and mess-free can easily be made with kids.
Materials required to make DIY handmade foam sheet Rakhi
- Foam sheet
- Coloured Stickers
- Woolen thread/Satin ribbon
- Scissors (Zig-Zag)
- Punching machine
Step by Step tutorial(with pictures) on how to make a DIY Foam sheet Rakhi
Here is a step by step instructions (with pictures) tutorial on how you can make rakhi with foam sheet and beads.
Step 1 – Take around 4 to 5 cm long rectangular foam sheet cut out. Make sure its bright and colorful. On both edges of the foam sheet with the help of a punching machine make two holes as shown in the below picture.
Step 2 – Now take a satin ribbon (preferably which matches with the foam sheet ). Take the desired length of the satin ribbon/Woolen thread, put it through the hole and make a knot. Repeat this on both sides as shown in the below picture.
Step 3 – Now we need to make our DIY Rakhi more colorful and attractive by adding bright beads to the satin ribbon/thread (as shown below ). Now with the help of designer scissor cut both the edges of the foam sheet of the design of your choice.
Step 4 – At this point, its left to your imagination to decorate the Rakhi. To give it a nicer look you can add few contrast color stone stickers of different shapes on the foam sheet.
Note – One more variation with different colors of beads and stickers.
So here is your beautiful handmade foam sheet rakhi. Just grab the material and design it as per your choice and don’t forget to share with me right here. Would love to see your creations.
Happy Crafting !!
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