The most celebrated festival is just around the corner! And while you’re busy concocting delicacies, purchasing new clothes and getting set for the new year, how about adding some festive ornaments to spruce up your house?
This year, you can take the weight off your shoulder and put your child in-charge of Diwali decor because we have Diwali special ideas that are super fun and super engaging! Your child will meaningfully spend the week, get glued to creative art, and will also have a jolly good time!
So put on that 100-wala smile and get ready for sky-high fun!
Diwali Special Activities That Everyone Will Enjoy!
3D Paper Diyas
3D art is always fun! And it just gets better with this 3D paper diya! Truly a safer alternative for kids, 3D art will trigger your child’s curiosity and exploratory skills, and will also make him/her think out-of-the-box! Make several of them in different colours, string them on a thread and hang it all around your house!
Time to recycle! Do you have extra bangles at home? Want to put them to good use? How about turning them into bangle diyas? Stick bangles together, add a tea candle and watch as colourful lights dance across your walls! It’s very engaging, extremely simple, and is a great gift to make for your loved ones!
Paper Cup Lanterns
Got serial lights at home? Instead of just hanging them across on your wall, how about adding a splash of creative art on paper cups, attaching them to the lights and giving your house a complete makeover? Paper cup lanterns enhance the look of serial lights and will look absolutely great to ring in the festive fervour! Let’s begin!
Once you’re done decorating the house, how about creating personalised handmade cards straight from the heart? A great way to engage your child and also an excellent idea to surprise your near and dear ones! This cracker card is loaded with fun, so grab your colour papers and let’s get cracking!
How about making an enchanting Diwali-themed lantern to place as a table decor? A great way to spend quality time with your little one. He/she will also engage with limitless creativity! The table lantern will also be an excellent gift to give your loved ones! Are you ready? Let’s begin!
Have a happy and safe Diwali!
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