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Eco-Friendly DIY Rakhis: Upcycle and Celebrate


Raksha Bandhan  •  24 Aug, 2023  •  2,678 Views  •  ⭐ 1.0

Written by Shivani Chourasia


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Raksha Bandhan, the festival celebrating the bond between siblings, is marked by the ritual of tying a rakhi on the brother's wrist. With a growing emphasis on sustainability, making rakhis from upcycled materials is not only eco-friendly but also infuses a personal touch into the festival. Here’s how you can craft beautiful rakhis using materials you might usually discard.

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Old Fabric Strips and Buttons

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Materials Needed: Old t-shirts, buttons, scissors, and thread.

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  • Cut the t-shirt into thin strips. Stretch them a bit to turn them into round strings.
  • Choose a button with a unique design or colour.
  • Loop the fabric strip through the buttonhole, creating a central decorative piece.
  • Secure it by tying knots on either side of the button.
  • Trim to the desired length, and your upcycled fabric rakhi is ready!

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