Spinning Diya Diwali Card is an easy and beautiful greeting card that you can make for your loved ones and see their faces light up.
Diwali is the Indian festival of lights. It symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance”.
The word Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word Deepawali meaning rows or series of lights.
Watch the below video to see how to make spinning diya diwali card.
Things needed for spinning diya diwali card
- 9*12 inch Mixed media paper or card stock paper
- Yellow construction paper
- Craft Blade
- Pens and pencils
- White Thread
- 2 Diya coutouts
- Cutouts or stickers of some flowers and sweets
- Transparent Tape
- Double sided tape
Instructions (Refer video for more clear instructions)
- Take a 9*12 inch Mixed media paper or card stock paper.
- Fold the paper into half.
- Fold the upper half of the paper into half in opposite direction.
- Now cut a circle of radius 6cm in the upper half of the paper.
- Now in a yellow construction paper cut a circle of radius 5.5 cm and stick it to the bottom half of the folded paper using glue.
- Once it is dry continue.
- Take a few stickers or cutouts of flowers and sweets and stick them using double-sided tape. (Refer video)
- Write wishes and messages on the card.
- Now stick some rhinestones. (Refer video)
- Now in the upper half of the paper stick a white thread using transparent tape. (Refer video)
- Draw 2 diyas, cut them out and keep aside.
- Stick diyas on either side of the thread using transparent tape and glue. (Refer video)
- Let the glue dry.
- And the Spinning Diya Diwali greeting card is ready. (Refer video)
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