Rakhi’s for this season
All Rakhi’s are hardened by spraying a water sealant on them and are kept in the sun to dry for a day so that there is no smell of sealant or fevicol.
The thread is approximately 30 cms long to make it comfortable to tie the knot. The ends of the thread have been severed so that they don’t spoil.
The Rakhi festival is on 13th August this year. Art with Sunayna is gearing up for sales. If you would like a sale to be held at your office or some festival or event, get in touch with me.
The new designs will be out soon.
I taught a school girl in my building to make paper quilled Rakhi’s yesterday. She won a prize for the same. I am so happy. The teacher in me is on CLOUD 9. The kid is very happy too. Life’s Good!!!!
The best compliment i received about my rakhi’s… someone wanted to buy 4 raakhi’s but she found them so pretty she ended up buying 6 because she couldn’t decide…and she spent about half an hour choosing those 6.
I’m happy. 🙂