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Tricolour Candles with popsicle sticks and glittery tapes | Republic Day and Independence Day crafts


Read free tutorial on how to make tricolour candles with popsicle sticks and glittery tapes. These tricolor candles can be used as wall decoration or preschool Republic Day or Independence day crafts for kids.

This easy tricolour popsicle candles is a great idea to keep your kid engaged and develop his fine motor skills and hand eye coordination. All you need is glittery tapes, colours and popsicle sticks.

Materials required to make DIY tricolour popsicle sticks candles

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Colours
  • Paint Brush
  • Glittery Tapes ( of orange, green and silver colour)
  • Chart paper (yellow or white)
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Process to make tricolour popsicle sticks candles

Step 1 – Take three popsicle sticks and paint them with safron, white and green colour, keep them aside for a while.

Note – To give them a better look paint them from both sides.

Step 2 – Cut flame shapes from the yellow chart papaer and paste them on one side of coloured popsicle sticks.

Note – If you have white paper then paint it with yellow colour and make flames of candles.

 

Step 3 – Take another three sticks and paste orange, green and silver tape on them. Then with the help of scissors cut the extra tape from the edges to give a neat and nice look to your candles.

 

 

Step 4 – Paste the taped sticks on the coloured sticks.

Your Glittery tricolour popsicle candles are 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.

If you want to check out how, do read our popular posts on Child Growth and Development.

Hope you enjoy reading it and find it useful.

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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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