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Paper Canvas Rakhi

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Difficulty Level Beginner

This beautiful, bright coloured paper canvas rakhi is made using paper canvas, colours and ornamental stones. You may use any other stiff fabric or canvas instead of a paper canvas. Add a personal touch to this special relationship of a brother and the sister and a very happy raksha bandhan to all

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Paper Canvas Rakhi - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

Take a paper canvas
Measure and draw a circle of about 6cm in diameter
There is a strip drawn on either sides of the circle which is about 1 cm by 4 cms

STEP 2:-

Draw 3 concentric circles inside the circle and colour them using Acrylic Sparkling Pearl Colours - Dark Blue, Golden Yellow, Emerald Green and Light Green
Let it dry
Cut out the circle with the strips on two sides

STEP 3:-

Stick ornamental stones bordering the circles that are painted using No Stitch Fabric Glue
You may use diffent shapes in the ornamental stones
Border the strip as well

STEP 4:-

Stick a small rose or a half cut pearl in the centre of the rakhi
Stick the rakhi on the matching satin ribbon or a cord using No Stitch Fabric Glue

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Sparkling Pearl Colours - Dark Blue 904, Golden Yellow 907, Emerald Green 908, Light Green 909, Fevicryl No Stitch Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Colour Palette, Water Container, Paper Canvas, Pencil, Ruler, Scissors, Coloured Ribbons Or Cords, Ornamental Stones, Half Cut Pearl Or A Small Rose