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Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha

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Difficulty Level Intermediate

A simple yet beautiful idea of making a backdrop with a big sized paper fan decorated with lovely roses and twirled quilling strips. This paper decoration is quick to make, is ecofriendly and recyclable.

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Take 2 sheets of full imperial sized green card paper and make fan-folds

STEP 2:-

Join the two fan folded papers with Fevicol MR
Gather all the folds on one end to make a fan and tie it using a golden ribbon

STEP 3:-

Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha  - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Take the A4 sized red and yellow card papers and cut different sized squares
Round off the edges of the squares
Cut the squares spirally from the edge to the centre

STEP 4:-

Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha  - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Quill the squares with the quilling tool and stick the free ends with Fevicol MR
You will need about 55 to 60 roses in small and big sizes

STEP 5:-

Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha  - Step 5 | Hobbyideas

The rose will look like this once it's completed

STEP 6:-

Take 5mm green coloured strips and quill a few curvilinear shapes
You can make these curvilinear shapes by making loose quills

STEP 7:-

Take green duplex paper or crepe paper and cut different sizes of leaves

STEP 8:-

Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha  - Step 8 | Hobbyideas

Arrange and stick all these flowers, leaves and curvilinear shapes with Fevicol MR as shown in the picture.

STEP 9:-

Fanfolded Backdrop For Ganesha  - Step 9 | Hobbyideas

The fan will look like this once all the roses are arranged and stuck

you will need

Fevicol MR, Slotted Quilling Tool, 5mm Quilling Strips , Scissors, 2 Sheets Of Full Imperial Sized Green Card Paper, A4 Sized Red And Yellow Card Papers, Golden Ribbon, Green Duplex Paper