Diya decoration with CD rangoli | eco friendly
Apply honey inside the patterns and paste kundan stones
Diwali diya decoration with floating rangoli
- Fill water in a vessel almost to the brim.
- Sprinkle rice flour throughout the water surface so that it forms a thin layer.
- Now place a CD rangoli or any other CD art on the surface of the water.
- In the remaining space draw rangoli patterns to decorate around the CD rangoli
- Place a diya after lighting it , it may be a battery operated one or oil lamp as shown
- The images or pictures should make it very clear.
Rangoli making for diyas
I would like share a rangoli making technique also that can be used for Diwali decoration, after drawing the rangoli , we can place ready made diyas or one of the diya decorations shown below to brighten the already bright festival of lights. This is a simple and very easy technique so that it will be easy for all to draw a rangoli in double quick time. Place a few big size bangles so that they form a circular shape. Fill the bangles with rings of three different colours. Using cotton buds form wavy patterns in the first and next ring after removing the bangles. Now that the main part of the rangoli is complete, we have to now decorate the rangoli further. I have used the concept of bullets or big dots with white rangoli to make the rangoli more beautiful. Place the lamps at the centre of each circle or place them along the white lines that extend outward. Earn the appreciation of your friends and family with this unique and simple design. Happy Diwali.
Diya decoration ideas and crafts for Diwali through images
Vilakku decoration ideas and designs for Deepavali and Karthigai Deepam
This can be done for clay lamps too. The size of the base will be bigger and as a result the size of trinkets to be stuck may be a bit larger.
Deepam decoration on kolam for Karthgai Deepam festival
The lamps decorated in one of the ways shown above or any other method not covered here are placed around a kolam specially drawn in the evening for celebration of the festival. Here regular clay lamps filled with oil and with a wick are used with artificial battery operated lamps to beautify the kolam and the entrance. Of course lamps are placed where ever possible in the house and the access to the house - a portico or staircase.