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Take Amos I Clay – White and make a thick round slab of 2" inches in diameter.
Draw a circle, the same size as that of the clay slab, and make 24 lines from the centre point depicting the Ashoka chakra.
Make 24 small balls (blue) for the lines of the Ashoka chakra from Amos – I Clay – Blue.
Take the small blue balls and make thin coils that taper towards the ends. Refer to the image.
To make the spokes on the Ashoka chakra, start sticking and arranging the 24 tapered coils on the circle made earlier while it is still in a semi dried state, using Fevicryl Fabric Glue.
Make a 6 petaled flower from the Blue - Amos I - Clay and embed a blue ornamental stone in the centre.
Make a long thick coil (Blue – Amos I Clay) measuring the same as the circumference of the white circle and stick it along it's border. Place and stick the flower in the centre of the Ashoka chakra with Fevicryl Fabric Glue.
Take the orange and green foam sheets.
Follow the drawing and draw the forms on the orange and green foam sheets keeping a circular area from both the sheets for sticking the Ashoka chakra, cut the shapes on the foam sheets accordingly.
Stick the Ashoka chakra on the orange and green foam sheets using Fevicryl Fabric Glue. Finally pierce a hole on the top part of the orange foam for it to be dangled and create a decoration piece for Independence Day.
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