glass bangles design | ashta lakshmi | navadurga | varamahalakshmi | gowri by eNarada mamatha


Welcome to E-Narada videos Generally people use saree
to make deity of Goddess (Devi)… …now I shall demonstrate
making deity with bangles Take 3-4 glossy magazine sheets;
roll to make a slender tubular stick Keep it thin in size Firmly stick the free edge of
the paper with adhesive tape Once it’s ready… Take a ribbon; roll once horizontally
at one end, roll spirally all over Cut the ribbon and fix
the end with adhesive tape Take the red ribbon;
roll several rounds at each end Fix them with adhesive tape Fasten the string at the end tightly to
make the bangles form into a perfect circle Push the extra thread-lengths
between the bangle gaps Form a circle Form a circle with 17 dozen red bangles;
tie the string tightly at the end Fill the centre with crumpled paper
balls to settle bangles firmly Place it in the centre;
tie the string-ends Cylindrically roll some
magazine papers… …stuff them in the centre Knot string-ends tightly Fasten together the top two layers of bangles-green and
red, at each side, by glitter wire to prevent slipping Similarly, fasten together the lowest
and the middle layers of bangles Attach a smaller paper stick along the bigger stick
at its centre using glitter wire;
attach the other to the opposite side; fasten all firmly Place the paper-stick-assembly on the bangles-pile
at the center and fasten using glitter wire Place the bangles-set in the centre
to form the neck of the deity Fasten the neck at either end with
the paper stick, using glitter wire Take more bangles; string them together using
ribbon, each partially overlapping the other Fix the other end with glitter wire Place one end of the bangle on the paper stick and let
the rest of the bangles cascade like a pallu of a saree Now I’ll show how to place Devi’s
face on the bangles set up Using glitter wire, fasten from behind
the deity’s face firmly to the neck Place bangles on either side of the paper stick.
You can use the bangle colours of your choice. Please subscribe to eNarada YouTube
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