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Quilled rakhi cards can be a new way to wish on the occasion of Rakshabandhan. A pleasure to make too. A lovely concept for a card made out of quilling craft. Create textures on a plain white card paper add all the vibrancy of colours using quilling strips. Make it beautifully and add that personalised touch to your rakhi.
Take a sheet of white card paper and cut it into a size that measures 12” x 24”, fold it half horizontally to make a greeting card.
Make spaced out vertical wavy lines on the front of the card using a pencil.
To create an embossed texture use Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky - White 707 to make 3D lines on the wavy lines along with tiny leaves and flowers. Refer to the image.
Create a shade of pink using Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – White 27 with a tinge of Pink 18 and sponge dab it completely on the textured cover of the greeting card.
Using Hobby Ideas - 5mm dark blue quilling strips make “HAPPY RAKSHA BANDHAN” in block letters in proportionate sizes and stick them on the card using Fevicol MR.
Fill the letters in shades of lilac quilling strips of 5mm by folding them in a zig-zag pattern and sticking them using Fevicol MR.
Take 20mm quilling strips in shades of pink and cut small strips from them to make various petal shapes and the fillers for the petals.
Create various patterns for the petals as shown in the image and stick them using Fevicol MR.
Create different shapes and fillers to make a huge rakhi like pattern to be stuck on the card.
Arrange the card and stick them on the left hand side of the card using Fevicol MR to complete the card.
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