Handmade Diwali Card

Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India and people celebrate on this day by lighting lamps and candles in their homes. For this year’s Diwali, we decided to make a handmade Diwali greeting card, which reflects the color and exuberance of Diwali.

Handmade cards carry a special emotional tug and felt that this was an easy yet beautiful design that you could use to make your Diwali greeting card and wish your family and friends.

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With some papers and basic craft supplies, you can have fun couple of hours making this card with your children. Go ahead and get crafting this Diwali, follow our step-by-step instructions to make Diwali card for children.


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HOW TO MAKE GREETING CARD FOR DIWALI?


SUPPLIES:
Cardstock Papers
Scissor
Glue
Black Marker

INSTRUCTIONS:
Step 1: Take a rectangular white cardstock paper. We used card paper of roughly 8x6 inches but you can use paper of any dimensions.

Step 2: Fold 1/3rd of the card paper along the longer side. For our 8"x 6" card paper, we folded around 2 inches.

Step 3: To make diya, cut out a semi-circular shape (~2 inches in diameter) from blue paper. Glue 3 diyas on the wider side of the card as shown.

Step 4: Decorate the diyas with small diamond shaped yellow paper cutting.

Step 5: Cut out the shape of flame from maroon, orange and yellow craft paper (in decreasing sizes) and stick them together. Then glue the completed flames on the folded part of cardstock such that when you fold the card the flames aligns nicely with the diyas.



Step 6: Let your child personalize the card with a Diwali greetings for family and friends.



Hope you enjoy making this greeting card for Deepavali with kids. If you're looking for easy Diwali ideas for kids? Check out our collection of easy Diwali activities for kids.


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