How to Make Rakhi Card for Brother


Raksha Bandhan is the most beautiful festival between brother and sister. We are three sisters and don’t have our real brother. But My maternal uncle’s son is in the place of our brother, as he performs all the duties of a brother. We always celebrate Raksha Bandhan festival by tieing a rakhi on his wrist. He gives us precious gifts.

But due to some reason, we are not able to celebrate this Raksha Bandhan together. That’s why I am sending rakhi along with the unique handmade rakhi card to my brother.

DIY Rakhi Greeting Card

He liked my DIY rakhi card and said thanks for make me feel so special.

Video: How to Make Rakhi Greeting Card

Things we Needed for Making Rakhi Card at Home

  • Blue Sheet
  • Varieties of Stones
  • Designer Yellow Sheet
  • White Sheet

Steps on How to Make Raksha Bandhan Greeting Card

Step 1: We need an A4 Size sheet of blue colour.

Blue A4 Size Sheet

Step 2:  Fold the A4 size sheet into half as shown in the image.

Fold Sheet

Step 3. Fix small pearls with the help of glue at the corners of the second page.

Fix Pearls

Step 4. Set various small stones surrounding a large pink stone.

Arrange Stones

Step 5. Next, take the strip of yellow coloured paper and punch small flowers on the strip with the help of a flower cutter.

Flower Strip

Step 6. Stick that strip at the left edge of the sheet.  Also, stick a thin strip of pink glitter sheet according to the image.

stick flower strip

Step 7. Cut two small heart shapes of the yellow coloured sheet.

Cut heart shape

Step 8. Stick both heart shape stickers as appearing in the image. Also spread small flowers, punched with flower cutter, over the entire sheet.

Spread Flowers

Step 9. To decorate the front, we take a yellow designer sheet of rectangular shape and stick it on the front page.

front page
design cover page of greeting card

Step 10. Decorate left column with stones and pearls as appearing in the image.

greeting card design

Step 11. Cut circle and polygon shapes of a white sheet.

Shapes

Step 12. Stick the circle on the upper side of the yellow sheet.

Stick Cirlce

Step 13. Make the boundary of the circle with the help of a thin strip of blue glitter sheet.

glitter strip
cover circle with glitter

Step 14. Fix the polygon shape at the lower side of the yellow sheet.

Stick Polygon

Step 15.  Glue the flower at the center of the circle. Now this handmade greeting card is ready.

Handmade Rakhi Card

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