How to Make Amazing Rakhi’s at Home Lets see how to make a designer handmade Rakhi at home We will be making 3 creative Rakhi’s in this video. These 3 unique Rakhi designs will look beautiful on your brothers hand! If you are looking for Best out of waste Rakhi then you can chose any Rakhi decoration from these 3 Rakhi’s. All these three Handmade Rakhi Bandhan designs are equally beautiful! Lets start making First Rakhi design. Things You Need… Adhesive, Thread & Needle, Scissors, Decorative Beads & Pearls, Lace & Stone, Tweezer, Glitter, Golden Beads Pink Glitter Sheet, Fevibond, Pencil, Glue Gun & Sticks To make the first Rakhi, take a golden glitter sheet and draw the flower pattern as shown. Cut the design carefully. Decorate the Rakhi with decorative stones and pearls as shown. Now take the decorative beads and tie it as shown here. Paste this design on the Rakhi as shown. Similarly decorate it using more beads. Now paste the flower petals using fevibond. Decorate with golden beads as shown. Make an arrangement with the threads as shown here. Draw a small circle on the glitter paper and cut it as shown. Paste the string on the backside of the Rakhi and stick the circle on top of it. Your first Rakhi is now ready We will now make the second Rakhi! Things You Need… Decorative Stones & Pearls, Needle, Thread Take the decorative stones and pearls and sew it as shown here. Now make a knot as shown. Your easy and beautiful second Rakhi is now ready. Now we will make the third Rakhi Things You Need… Decorative stones & Pearls, Felt Paper, Glue Gun & Sticks, Golden & Red Lace, Golden Beads Draw a small circle on a felt paper and cut it. Paste the golden lace on the circle and make the design as shown. Now decorate the Rakhi with decorative stones and pearls as shown. Cut out a red lace and paste it on the back side of the Rakhi as shown. Cut out a piece of paper and paste it over the lace to old it properly. Your third Rakhi is now ready. Your beautifully designed Handmade Rakhi’s are made in no time. Hope you enjoyed our video. Happy Raksha Bandhan and Happy Crafting!!