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Free step by step crafts tutorial on how to make a rakhi at home with satin ribbons.This colorful satin ribbon rakhi would be a wonderful surprise to big brothers from their little sisters. If you are looking for handmade rakhi crafts ideas this can be the one for you. This is super simple and super quick can easily be made with kids.

Materials required to make DIY Homemade Rakhi with satin ribbon

  • Colored Satin ribbons
  • Needle and thread
  • Felt sheet
  • Beads
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Step by Step tutorial on how to make DIY Satin Rakhi

Here is a step by step instructions (with pictures) tutorial on how you can make rakhi with satin ribbon.

Step 1 –Take a satin ribbon. Cut it into equal sized pieces. From a felt sheet cut a small circle (shown below).

Step 2 – Fold the satin ribbon from both the ends and paste them in the middle with the help of hot glue gun (shown below).


Step 3 – Paste and arrange all the satin ribbon folded pieces on to the circle cut out (as shown in the picture).

Note – Paste the folded pieces to make a flower.

Step 4 – Paste any bead or button of your choice at the middle of satin flower.

Step 5 – Paste the satin ribbon flower on to a long ribbon or thick thread to make a Rakhi.

Note – To give it a nicer look you can insert two beads at both sides of the rakhi.

Your handmade Satin ribbon rakhi is ready. Hope you liked it !! Try it with your kids and have fun.

Note – Below are some more designs you can make with satin ribbons. Else you can try making many other designs as per your choice.

DOY Rakhi with Satin ribbons

Happy Crafting !!

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Lavanya stays in Hyderabad. Apart from her keen interest in crafts, embroidery and knitting she has also written 500 telugu poems. She was selected as the best balwadi teacher in slum improvement project overseas developing authority in Vijaywada. Now she helps other craft lovers by sharing her experiences on crafting. Her Blog - http://quest4arts.blogspot.in/

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