Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Handmade Rakhis

Hi friends am here with handmade Rakhis today ..
 Have a tutorial how to make these handmade rakhis ..these are so easy to make..
you need stone lace ,embroidery thread (anchor thread ) , a wire ,scissor and some beads.
 starting with the lace this lace has a plastic sheet backing .. i have a large sheet but you can buy 2 or 3 lines in the stores these stone lace is used in embroidery work and for decorating silk thread jewellery..
 cut 2 lines  of the lace with scissor

 then cut according to the length you want..

 now cut 3 inch wire and insert into the thread ..this wire works as needle
 press the wire and now start inserting the wire into the lace in between the 2 lines as you have plastic backing so the thread is secured between the plastic sheet and stones.. 
 for the simple design first place a bead and then lace and then a bead again..
 tie knots near the beads so that beads and lace will be in position..
 as the same way you can insert any beads and make your own design..
these are the rakhis i made for my brothers ..
hope you like them ..
Thanks for stopping by ..have a nice day  and  Happy Rakshabandan in advance.. :)


  1. Oh wow, they are so gorgeous!! Your tutorial is fabulous, too!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. This is a super idea Radhika, and its looking great.

  3. They look really pretty, Radhika. So delicate :)

  4. They are beautiful ,just like store bought ! Thanks for sharing the step by step tutorial !

  5. soo beautiful and unique Radhika... love it

  6. Woww!! I wish I would have seen your tutorial before. These are so beautiful. I will try them next year for sure! :)
    Ayushi xx

  7. Love these elegant rakhis and your tutorial too! :)

  8. Fabulous rakhis Radhika, thank you for sharing the tutorial.

  9. WOW how gorgeous and grand they look...your brothers are indeed very lucky
    Dr Sonia

  10. Thank you soo much friends.. :)


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