Looking for handmade cards for kids to make this Rakshabandhan? Try out this simple handmade rakhi card for brother.
Festivals are an excuse for being crafty with kids. And homemade gifts and cards not only adds that special touch to the Festivities but also boosts the confidence in kids for making something of their own.
Rakshabandhan / Rakhi festival is an expression of love and care between brothers and sisters.
On this day sister ties a holy thread / bracelet also known as Rakhi to her brother and prays for his long life and the brother in turn promises to protect his sister.
Hence the name Raksha means to protect and bandhan means the bond.
Rakshabandhan is observed on the last day of Hindu lunar calendar month of Shraavanawhich typically falls in August.
Both the brother and sister exchange gifts and cards on this special occasion.
Let us make an easy card for brothers that young kids also make.
This rakhi card is not only easy and fun to make and can be made with minimal supplies everything you might have with you.
What we Need?
- Cardstock paper
- Foam Stickers
- confetti/ glitter
Let’s Make It
- Trace your handprint on a colored paper and cut the outline.
- Fold the cardstock paper and Paste the hand cut out on the cardstock paper.
- Add a ribbon or a thread
- Next, decorate the rakhi with foam stickers or pompoms.
- Add confetti and glitter
The rakhi cards are ready.
The possibilities are endless with a simple handprint.
You can make various rakhi designs like ice creams, watermelon, sun, cars etc.
Will you try this simple rakhi card activity?
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