Diwali celebrations are truly incomplete without Rangoli decorations. And while these do look picture perfect, they require a lot of hard work, experience, and patience to pull off.
But if you are a parent, you already know things get even harder when your kid wants to participate and you have to ask them to stay away from your work of art.
Which is why, we have gotten a way out for you. Here’s a list of 4 simple Rangoli ideas that you can your kids with. It’ll make them feel more involved and also get their creative juices flowing.
1. Flower Rangoli
Kids love colours and flowers. This traditional design is simple, requires very little prep and can be easily executed with your little one.
All you need are colours, a small lid, and some bangles.
Check out the guided video to find out how to make it happen.
2. Swastika Rangoli
The Swastika is a sign of auspiciousness and brings good energies to your home. It is easy to make once you have drawn out the Swastika on the floor with a chalk.
Then you can team up with your kid and fill it out. Here’s a guided video to help you along the way.
3. Diya Rangoli
If lighting diyas is a big part of Diwali, then why not celebrate it by making a diya shaped Rangoli. It is easy to draw on the floor and you will need very little expertise to fill out the colours.
The diya Rangoli design is the perfect option for you to perform with your kids. Here’s how you can involve them and get it done in a jiffy!
4. Bangle Rangoli
Remember how we learn to trace before we learn to draw? This bangle rangoli design is a great testing ground to discover your kids Rangoli talent.
It is unique, easy to make, and takes much less time and energy than the complicated ones. Check out the design here:
Try making these Rangolis with your kids and make them feel more involved in the Diwali décor process. Send us pictures in the comments section below and share it with your community!