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How To Make Rakhi At Home

| Clay Modeling

By Hobby Ideas

Difficulty Level Intermediate

This Rakshabandhan express your sisterly love with a handmade rakhi for your brother, a rakhi which will stay with him forever. Crafted from clay aren’t these rakhi’s gorgeous? These rakhi’s made from clay are not only unique in designs but are also super fun to make. This Rakshabandhan rakhi making will be fun using clay which you’ll totally love. So try making one today!

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

At the onset, take Mouldit resin base and hardener, mix it thoroughly to make even dough.
Take the dough ball and add Acrylic Colour Neon Orange 017 neatly into it.
Roll the dough ball with rolling pin to make a medium thin slab.

STEP 2:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 2 | Hobbyideas

Take a flower shaped cookie cutter, make an impression on the clay slab with it.

STEP 3:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Remove the excess clay neatly.
Engrave the lines on the flower shaped clay slab to separate each petal.
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STEP 4:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Take tear drop shaped golden ornamental stones; embed a stone in each petal and a round shaped ornamental stone in the center of the flower.
Leave it to dry.
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STEP 5:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 5 | Hobbyideas

Similarly take some coloured dough and make a disc. Embed leaf shape and round ornamental stones in it to give the effect of a flower.
Leave it to dry completely.

STEP 6:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 6 | Hobbyideas

Make another rakhi with Alphabets.
Take some Mouldit dough and add Acrylic Colour Teal Blue 68 in it.

STEP 7:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 7 | Hobbyideas

Take the dough; roll it to make the medium thin slab.
Mark and cut your own initial name letter like we have taken “A” in a cursive manner.
Embed pink half cut pearls in the letter neatly.
Leave it to dry completely.

STEP 8:-

How To Make Rakhi At Home - Step 8 | Hobbyideas

Take the silver and golden coloured cords, pink coloured wooden beads and stick the clay Rakhis on it aesthetically using Fabric Glue.
Leave it to dry.

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Teal Blue 68, Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Neon Orange 017, Fevicryl Mouldit, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Clay Carving Tools, Paper Cutter, Flower Shaped Cookie Cutter, Golden and Silver Cords, Pink Coloured Wooden Beads, Scissors, Ornamental Stones (Tear Drop Shaped, Round, Leaf Shaped Golden Coloured), Pink Coloured Half Cut Pearls, Colour Palette, Water Container.