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Rangoli made on newspaper!

We came up with this interesting idea of creating 'Rangoli' using newspaper. It is easy to make and use.
Supplies required: Newspaper, scissors, poster/ acrylic paints, PVA glue, glossy, metallic and colourful paper cutouts.

Here are some of our 'Rangolis' made today!









Here is how we cut the newspaper:

 
 The folds help the children to align and create their own patterns.We used poster paints, mostly dark colors to cover the text. Keeping the paint slightly thick also helps to cover the text easily. Pasting cutouts of colored or shiny paper with or without textures, enhances the design and gives it a festive look! Finally the 'Rangoli' design can be placed on the floor and decorated with diyas around it!
We are working on more designs with lots of festive cheer and excitement.
Hope you enjoyed our pattern making!

Happy creating!


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