DIY Diwali Card idea for kids

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Sorry for being MIA the whole of last month. I had my PMP exam on 31st and I’m happy to report that I passed it with flying colours.. Now that I’m back, I have a whole lot of crafts planned for Diwali. I’m hoping you will all join in with your posts on Diwali decor, Diwali food and Diwali crafts.

Today is a very different day.. Lil P is sick with high fever and chills. However, when she takes her medicines  she gets really active. To keep her entertained, we sat at our dining table and made some Diwali cards for her Grand parents & Uncle. I have always loved to make cards and posting them with a handwritten note and I wanted Lil P to feel the same about it.

DIY Diwali Card idea for kids

Diwali Card DIY set

Materials Needed –

  • 6″x6″ blank cards [ you can also use chart paper 12″ x 6″ folded in half to form a card]
  • Glitter paper in various colours [ We bought the A5 Glitter paper set that was on sale ]
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Gold marker
  • Sequins & stickers
DIY Diwali Card

To make  –

  1. Cut out a semi circle from the glitter paper
  2. Cut out a flame like cutout from gold glitter paper
  3. Stick them in the center of the card as shown above.
  4. Draw a zigzag design about 1 inch off the bottom.
  5. Cut along the line
  6. Embellish the top of the card with sequins & stickers
  7. Using Gold marker colour along the zig zag edge
  8. Write Happy Diwali in the bottom and your card is ready.

This post is also a part of our very popular posts –

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  1. @Roopa – I loved your Diya wreath. will feature it on FB this week 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you come up with this year.
    @swaram – She is doing better. I’m just hoping that its not something serious. Its just so tough to differentiate between malaria / dengue / common flu for a common person.
    @Komala Devi – Thank you and welcome here 🙂

  2. Thanks for this card idea. Both my sons made some 10 cards together and gave it for all their school teachers before diwali. I was unable to take the pictures, as we were in a hurry to give it to the teacher’s next day.

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