Sister ties a beautiful Rakhi on her brother’s wrist to celebrate the festival of Raksha Bandhan, literally meaning the bond of protection. Sisters pray for the prosperity and happiness of their brother while brothers vow to protect sisters. Raksha Bandhan is one of the most popular festivals in India and is usually celebrated in the month of August.

We have been celebrating Rakhi for a number of years now and the celebration itself has evolved. From simple silk threads to designer Rakhi, we have come a lot ahead. Here we are with a few homemade Rakhi ideas for you. Try these out to amaze your brother or ask your children to make them so that love between them grows exponentially.

Kids Rakhi (Spiderman/Captain America/Minion Rakhi)

Children love Rakhi related to their favorite superhero or cartoon character. There Rakhi will instill creativity in them and of course, they will enjoy making it.

1. What do you need?

  1. Ribbon
  2. Fevicol stick
  3. Chart paper
  4. Colors

2. How to Make?

  1. Draw the character in the chart paper and cut it out.
  2. Color it using relevant colors.
  3. Use fevicol stick on the back of the chart paper and the ribbon and glue them together.

You can also use unused sheets. Also, feel free to get the superhero sticker if cannot draw it.

Ganesha Rakhi

We all have wedding invitation cards left around in our homes. It is time to put them to use.

1. What you need?

  1. Ribbon
  2. Fevicol stick
  3. Chart paper
  4. Invitation cards

2. How to make?

  1. Cut a small circle out of chart paper. (you can cut the circle from the invitation card itself)
  2. Make patterns on this circle, if you want.
  3. Take the Ganesha embellishment out and stick it on the circle.
  4. Apply fevicol to the back of the circle and some on the ribbon. Proceed to glue them together.

Button and silk thread Rakhi

Have any buttons lying around? Collect them all, we are making Rakhi out of them.

1. What you need?

  1. Silk thread
  2. Fevicol stick
  3. Chart paper
  4. Colors
  5. Buttons

2. How to Make?

  1. Take the chart paper and cut 4-5 circles each one a little smaller than the previous one.
  2. Color them (if they are of the same color) or decorate them.
  3. Glue them together, with the graphics side facing up.
  4. Stick the button of top of it.
  5. Use colorful silk threads to make braided Rakhi

These are just can be used to make Rakhi. You can also buy Rakhi online from our website where you get a plenty of options. We have the Rakhi home makers who work diligently to make delightful Rakhi for your celebration. Choose from these and also shop for other gifts that we have for the festival. Chocolates to dry fruits and sweets to cakes, we have them all. Take a homemade Rakhi with chocolate delivery to send a beautiful Rakhi and a box of delicious chocolates.