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Ideas on Making Rakhi Cards or Greetings


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Rakhi Cards play a significant role while celebrating the most sacred relation on this earth. Beautifully designed Rakhi cards function as beautiful means to convey a sister's love and affection for her brother. These cards are very much in demand especially among those brothers and sisters who are staying away from each other for one or the other reason and cannot make to visit each other on this auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan. The different forms of Rakhi cards, their designs and quotations communicate the warm wishes with its exact feeling and warmth. These Rakhi greeting cards are used by siblings both brothers & sisters, to express their inner feeling and love for each other.

Some common methods to make Rakhi cards

Some people wish to add a personal touch to their Rakhi card. There are few interesting ideas for making various types of Rakhi cards to show the love and affection. One can take inspiration from the following ideas and can create an innovative and special Rakhi card for his or her brother or sister.

Mouli-Frame Rakhi Card
Materials Required :-
Handmade card paper
Mouli or Kalawa
Red and yellow color
A small carved Ganesh or Swastik.

Method :-
Now cut the paper into desired size and fold the paper from the centre. Leaving some border, paste the mouli-thread making a rectangle, the size of this rectangle may vary as per your design. Line with a decorative border on the inside using red and yellow colors and paste the motif of Ganesha or Swastika a little off center towards top and write 'Happy Raksha Bandhan' or similar short message below the motif.

Mouli Rakhi Card with contemporary look
Make the mouli framed rakhi card by using the above instructions. Now if you wish to give it a contemporary look, use a lace or ribbon instead a mouli. You can also use pressed flowers at the centre and write your message inside the card. Enclose the Rakhi envelope with Akshat and tika.

Beads and Embroidery Rakhi Cards
Material Required :-
Paper card sheet
Colored embroidery threads
Sewing needle
Glass beads
Tracing paper

Method :-
The making of Beads and embroidery Rakhi cards is fast and easy. Firstly, cut the card paper in the desired size and fold it from the center. Trace the pattern on the front side of the card. Stitch or paste the beads wherever desired. Write the Rakhi message with the help of marker or embroidery. Stick a Rakhi on the inside along with a small pouch of roli-rice.

Trend of Rakhi Cards
With the changing trend, Rakhi cards are also undergoing tremendous changes & makeovers. This has even engulfed the traditional Indian festivals with rakhi cards now being available in Hindi language. This has added to its popularity particularly with these cards becoming more expensive. Rakhi cards are direct reflection of the soul of this festival and the tender emotions and love between brothers and sisters. These cards can be availed in different moods ranging from extremely emotional to touching upon the naughty & playful nature of siblings rapport, merely through the play of words.

Rakhi Cards online
In this era of technologically advanced Internet, more and more siblings are sending their good wishes to each other. Various online sites provide wide array of free Rakhi cards offering inexpensive, instantaneous and interesting option to express affection on the festival of Raksha Bandhan.



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