3 DIY Decoration Ideas for Ganpati Bappa

It’s almost time for Ganesh Chaturthi, the cherished festival that commemorates the arrival of Lord Ganesha, and the excitement is palpable. Preparations for this joyous occasion are in full swing, and what better way to make the celebrations even more special than by adding a personal touch to your home decor?

Materials needed: craft paper, ready-made paper flowers, glue, scissors, paper cups, fairy lights, thermacol, palm fronds, plants

paper flower decor: Choose a simple and effective paper decoration for Ganesha using colorful paper decor. This idea involves basic origami skills to create beautiful paper fans that fill the background with vibrant colors. These paper fans will add a touch of elegance and visual interest to your decor. You can complete the decor by adding some ready-made paper flowers to give an extra touch of color and beauty to the setting.

You can use old newspapers, gift wrapping, or leftover craft paper to make origami wall hangings. Combine them with some garlands or fairy lights for attractive and eco-friendly Ganesha Chaturthi decorations.

Download any template to make some paper flowers for decoration. Simply trace and cut out 8 to 12 petals (depending on size) on the back of the wallpaper scraps. Bring one end of each petal together, then secure with hot glue. After dry, glue the petals together in a circle. Secure to the wall using push pins.

Paper cup decor: Here’s a fun, budget-friendly idea that’s easy and fun. Create paper cup decorations using paper cups to create a cute tent for Ganesh Chaturthi. Simply stack the paper cups on top of each other and secure them with glue to prevent them from collapsing. This simple technique forms the basis of your unique design. To add a touch of magic and illumination, place some lights around the mandap, creating a beautiful glow that enhances the overall ambiance.

Eco-friendly decor: Choose a beautiful palm leaf and place the Ganpati statue in front of the leaf. Gather small houseplants around the idol and arrange the plants for an aesthetic appearance. The palm leaf background enhances the beauty of Baba.

To cover your room with decor, you can avoid a lot of plastic waste by switching to fabric covers! Disposable home decor adds a lot of plastic waste during the holiday season, both through the packaging and the decor itself, making these fabric covers a great alternative. They are made from scrap fabric, which also ensures that fabric waste is recycled and not sent to landfills. Maintaining the quality of the bunting is relatively easy, as they are made of cotton and jute.

Once you have finished using the product, you can cut it into small pieces and send it out with the wet waste! These bunting are the best form of simple and eco-friendly Ganpati decorations, but they can light up an entire space.

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Published on: Sunday, 17 September 2023 07:00 AM IST

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