Independence Day 2018: Five DIY Decoration Ideas to Brighten Up The August 15 Celebrations (Watch Videos)

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Independence Day 2018: Five DIY Decoration Ideas to Brighten Up The August 15 Celebrations (Watch Videos)


Independence Day is around the corner and the country will soon be donning the colors of the tricolor. From schools, colleges, offices to other institutions, everything gets a sprinkling of our national flag which signifies the day we got independence from the British and how highly we hold our tricolor. Independence Day is marked with the hoisting of the national flag and the 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 color of saffron, white and green beautifully outside housing societies and offices.

With schools observing the national festival on a grand scale, children are quite enthusiastic to celebrate the day. They decorate 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 make your child into a little craft. And as the day approaches, we’ve put together some DIY videos to help you add a tri-color touch at home or in the office. August 15: Not only India, these countries also celebrate their independence day on this date

Here are some interesting decor ideas that can add a tricolor spark to your August 15 celebrations:

Home decoration

This beautiful bottle art will add a quirky look and feel to your place. It can be a lively attraction on your office desk or living room. You’re sure to get compliments on this one!

Rangoli

Anyone who is even slightly good at rangoli can pull off this rangoli quite easily. While colors showcase the national flag, the human figures depict the freedom and happiness of its citizen. You can not only add colors to your celebrations but also show off your skills.

Greeting card

Giving someone a greeting card you bought at the store is pretty simple, but anyone will appreciate it if you put in a little effort. Although it is a bit time consuming and requires precision, you can showcase your hand at artwork with this one. You can try this beautiful card at home; asking a friend for a helping hand can speed up the job. Independence Day Recipe: Melt-in-your-mouth Shahi Tiranga Rolls to Celebrate the 72nd Year of Indian Independence

Paper flowers

These paper flowers are the easiest on the list and will be made in no time. All you need are papers in the color of the tricolor. 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.

Plant

Most Indian homes have aloe and this DIY video will have you showing off your plant. You will need some white pebbles, poster colors 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 table. Whether you’re planning a gathering at home or a small celebration at the office, these DIY decoration ideas will help you bring in the Independence Day flavor. Wishing you all a very Happy Independence Day!

(The above story first appeared on Latestly on 13 Aug 2018 07:09 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).



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