Five Amazing Diwali Decoration Idea
Preparation of Diwali has already begun with people decking up their houses with festive lights and religious idols in their homes as well as shops. The five day festival of Diwali is marked by people renovating and refurbishing their living spaces to welcome the advent of Goddess Lakshmi.
Decorations surely amp up the festive fervor. Some of them like it simple while some like extravagant. Diwali decorations lit up everyone’s spirits. Diya decoration ideas, candle, flower decoration, torans, string lights, rangoli, idols of Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi change the look of the home completely.
But if you do not want to go overboard, here are a few easy and not too expensive ways to decorate your home this Diwali:
Fairy lights with a twist
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Torans or wall hanging
Torans also known as festoons are string wall hangings that are hung on the main door of the house or at the entrance of some of the rooms. In years past the torans were made from mango leaves and marigold flowers. Today, torans are available in various materials such as cloth, paper, and plastic and even as vinyl stick-on patches. Different images of various characters decorated with beads, laces, and sequins are added to give it a wonderfully festive touch.
Handmade paper cup garland
The most common Diwali piece ever decorated is paper cup garland. And if you want, you can hang it even after the festival ends. It would be better if you use LED lights instead of fairy lights as fairy ones can get hotter quickly and present a fire hazard with the paper. You have to wrap paper cups with several decorative papers and after that, make an X mark on the bottom of cups, and cut it with a knife. It is the hole where your light bulbs poke through. Now, slip the light bulbs to the bottom of each paper and continue doing it until it covers the complete length of the garland.
Henna decorated candles
You can also opt for candle decoration to make your home more festive and lively. Opt for a big candle for your canvas with a minimum 5 cm diameter and paint the pattern with a henna cone. After it dries, mix glue with little water and use a brush to coat your henna decorated candle. As soon as the first coat of glue has dried, apply another layer to ensure your henna sticks in place properly.
These were some handmade Diwali decoration ideas. Cleaning up rooms, painting the walls, changing the curtains, and doing all those basic makeovers complete half of the decorations. From cleaning to getting everything fixed, procuring all those decorative items or DIYing them to spruce up the rooms is also a good option to achieve that perfect look.
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