Wall Decor With Ganesha Stencil

By Hobbyideas Team

You Will Need :

Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Black 02, Chrome Yellow 03, Deep Brilliant Purple 64, Fevicryl 3D Outliner Neon Pink 712, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Wool, Used Plastic Bangle, Yellow Pom-Poms, Big Pearl, Scissors, Corrugated Box, Paper Cutter, Pencil, Scissors, Half Cut Pearls, Colour Palette, Water Container

Product Used
Description :

A quick and easy Diwali DIY for the kids is this one; Wall décor with Ganesha. Read more to learn about this recipe.

STEP 1 : Tie the fabric for dyeing.
None
  • We are going to make the wall décor using the stencil design of lord Ganesha on the tie and dye fabric with Corrugated frame.
  • Take the piece of the poplin fabric.
  • Make the fanfolds from one corner to the opposite corner, tie the thread on regular intervals to get the leheriya pattern design.
STEP 2 : Colour the fabric
None
  • Dampen the tied fabric with little water and then due the fabric with Acrylic Colour Deep Brilliant Purple 64 and Chrome Yellow 03.
  • Let it dry completely.
  • Remove the threads neatly to get the leheriya pattern on the fabric , iron the fabric neatly.
STEP 3 : Select the base
None
  • We are going to make the corrugated frame for the tie and dye fabric. Take the corrugated box, mark and cut two squares out of it.
STEP 4 : Paint the frame
None
  • Mark 1” border from all the sides on the square and remove the middle part from the square.
  • Paint the frames with acrylic colour chrome yellow 03.
  • Let it dry.
STEP 5 : Paint with stencil
None
  • Take the tie and dye fabric, mark and cut the fabric in the size of the frame with a pair of the scissors.
  • Make the simple stencil of the Lord Ganesha on an OHP sheet.
  • Refer to the image.
  • Sponge dab the Ganesha stencil on the centre of the fabric using Acrylic Colour Black 02.
  • Let it dry.
STEP 6 : Frame the picture
None
  • Take the painted corrugated frames.
  • Sandwich the fabric in between two frames using Fabric Glue.
  • Let it dry.
  • Tie the woolen yarn on the corners of the frame by securing it with Fabric Glue.
  • Let it dry.
STEP 7 : Make the latkan
None
  • Take the bangle, tie the wool and gotta patti lace around the bangle and secure the ends with Fabric Glue.
  • Let it dry.
  • Attach the yellow pom-poms with big pearl to the bangles.
  • Refer to the image.
STEP 8 : Assembly
None
  • Paint the outline of the Ganesha figure with 3 D Outliner Neon Pink 712.
  • Let it dry.
  • Enhance the frame by sticking the half-cut pearls on the frame with Fabric Glue.
  • Let it dry.
  • Attach the bangle latkan towards the bottom side of the frame with the woolen thread.
  • Your wall décor frame is ready.

Other Supplies

Fevicryl Fluid Acrylic Pouring Kit
Rs. 275.0
Fevicreate Make Your Own Decoupage Coaster Kit
Rs. 249.0
Fevicreate Make Your Own Solar System
Rs. 199.0
Mould & Paint Ganesha Kit
Rs. 199.0
Fevicryl Modge Podge
Rs. 300.0
Icky Monster Box
Rs. 110.0
Ice Cream Slime
Rs. 99.0
Galaxy Glitter Slime
Rs. 110.0

Recommended Articles

Diwali Coasters

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0

Cd Tealight Rangoli

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0

Homemade Canvas Art With Fevicryl Acrylic Paint

By Penmuch Monalisa, Hyderabad

0

Mouldit Disk Tealite Holder

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0

Lotus Diya With Mouldit

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0

Kitchen Sieve Tealite Holder With Lippan Art

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0

Owl Fridge Magnet

By Reena Choudhary Choudhary, Gurgaon

0

Peacock Key Holder

By Hobbyideas Team, Mumbai

0