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Monday, August 11, 2008


for kidsThe bond of Rakhi reinforces the love and affection between the siblings against all ills and odds. Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) is celebrated on the Shravan Poornima day in the month of August every year. On the day of Rakhi, sisters decorate Rakhi Thali with sweets, dhoop, roli, betel leaves and Rakhis and tie the sacred thread on the wrist of their brothers as a symbol of love and affection.
this year its falling on 16th of august.

i have used satin ribbons,threads,sequins,stickers,glass beads ,all purpose glue and poster paper to make these rakhis.its time taking and needs good hand control!!
got a few orders and it was fun to make these rakhis.

for kidswith cards

im posting these rakhis for the rakhi event hosted by vani.


easycrafts said...

Lovely rakhis...why dont u send them to the rakhi event hosted by Illatharasi

Amma said...

sure,just saw it.thanks.

LG said...

bahut khoob lagti hai..badi sundar dikhti hai.. ;) nice creations..

Illatharasi said...

Nice rakhis:) All look cute... if you are interested, you can send them to the Rakhi event hosted by me :) Check my blog for details!

Illatharasi said...

Thanks, will include for the roundup :)

Myviews said...

Lovely rakhis...very creative..

Illatharasi said...

Check the round up of RAKHI Event @

Thanks for participating:)