Independence Day is around the corner and the country will soon dress in the colours of tricolours. From schools, colleges, offices to other institutions, everything gets a sprinkle of our national flag denoting the day we got independence from the Britishers and how high we hold our tricolour. Independence Day is marked with the hoisting of the national flag and singing of the national anthem. Various competitions, events and programs are also held on the day for both children and adults. People draw rangolis in the colour of saffron, white and green beautifully outside housing societies and offices.
With schools observing the national festival on a large scale, children are quite enthusiastic to celebrate the day. They decorate their every possession from bicycles, pencil boxes, their rooms, desk and what not. Then why not help them with some projects using their ideas. These DIY (Do It Yourself)videos are not only simple but you can also indulge your child in a little craft making. And as the day approaches, we have assembled a few DIY videos using which you can add a tricolour touch at home or in office.
Here are some interesting decor ideas that can add a tricolour spark to your August 15 celebrations:
These beautiful bottle arts will add a quirky look and feel to your place. Hazzle free and simple to make, these can be a lively attraction on your office desk or drawing room. You are sure to get compliments on this one!
Anyone who is even slightly good at rangoli can pull off this rangoli quite easily. While colours showcase the national flag, the human figures portray the freedom and happiness of its citizen. You can not only add colours to your celebrations but also flaunt your skills.
Gifting anyone a greeting card you bought from the store is quite simple, but anyone would appreciate if you put in a little effort in it. Although it is a little time consuming and requires precision, you can showcase your hand at artwork with this one. You can try this beautiful card at home; asking for a helping hand from a friend can make the work faster.
These paper flowers are the easiest in the list and will be made in no time. All you need papers in the colour of the tricolour. Make a bunch of them and leave them in a short vase. You can also keep them at your office desk or let your children play with them.
Most Indian homes have aloe vera and this DIY video will give you let flaunt your plant. You need some white pebbles, poster colours and two small glass jars. Follow the steps in the video and this plant can be an eye-catching element on your dining table or work desk. Whether you are planning a gathering at home or a small celebration in office, these DIY decoration ideas will help you bring in the independence day flavour. Wish you all a very Happy Independence Day!