Fevicryl Fabric Colours - Indian Red 210, White 227, Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Pearl Metallic Gold 352, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Piece Of Poplin Fabric White, Pencil, Tracing Paper, White carbon paper, Compass, Scissors, Golden Cord, Sponge Sheet, Wooden Beads, Needle & Thread, Colour Palette, Water Container
A Warli art inspired rakhi that has stick figures of siblings depicted on it just for the occasion of Rakshabandha. It is fabric based rakhi with a Warli theme painted using Fevicryl Fabric Colours.
Take a piece of poplin fabric.
Draw a Warli theme on a sheet of paper using a compass to get the circle in proper form and shape.
Trace the Warli theme on the poplin fabric using white carbon paper.
Paint the base using Fevicryl Fabric Colours - Indian Red 210 and the Warli theme with White 27.
Let it dry.Cut the fabric around the circle with scissors. Cut another fabric circle as the backing along with a sponge circle of the same size. Sandwich the sponge with the two cut fabric circles using Fevicryl Fabric Glue. The pattern side up.
Take wooden beads and paint them using Pearl Metallic – Gold 352, to give a festive look. String beads into a gold thread. Stick the thread below the base of the rakhi using Fabric Glue and let it dry.
Your rakhi once completed will look like this.
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