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National Flag (Tiranga) with Popsicle Sticks | Republic Day and Independence Day crafts


Read free tutorial on how to make National Flag with popsicle sticks. You can hang it on wall or can keep it on a table. It’s a wonderful preschool Republic Day or Independence day craft for kids.

Materials required to make national flag with popsicle sticks

  • Ice-cream sticks
  • Fevicryl acrylic colours (Orange, White, Green and Blue)
  • Paint brush
  • Glue or Fevicol
  • Ribbon or Thread (preferably of blue colour)

Process to make national flag with popsicle sticks

Step 1 – To make this national flag with popsicle sticks you need 11 sticks and fevicryl acrylic colours.

 

Step 2 –  Paint the sticks with safron, white and green colour (three sticks of each colour). Keep them aside for a while.

Note – To give it a nice look, its preferable to paint the sticks from both sides.

Step 3 – Take two sticks and paint them with blue colour (from one side) and then start pasting the painted sticks (safron, white and green) on them to make a national flag (see the pic below).

 

Step 4 – After pasting the sticks it will look like below.

 

Step 5 – With blue colour draw a chakra in the middle of the flag.

Read free tutorial on how to make National Flag with popsicle sticks. You can hang it on wall or can keep it on a table. It's a wonderful preschool Republic Day or Independence day craft for kids.

 

Step 6 – Tie a ribbon or thread so that you can hang your national flag.

Read free tutorial on how to make popsicle sticks National Flag. You can hang it on wall or can keep it on a table. It's a wonderful preschool Republic Day or Independence day craft for kids.

Your national flag with popsicle sticks is ready.

Hope you enjoyed this easy craft idea for Republic day and Independence day. Do let us know what you did using comments below.

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Apart from keeping your kid engaged, Do you know such crafts are also great for developing fine motor skills , hand eye coordination and Visual spatial Intelligence.

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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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