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Purple kundan rangoli – DIY

It felt like it had been quite a while since I made a kundan rangoli and this time wanted to use colors which I hadn’t used before for a rangoli. So, here is a purple kundan rangoli made of rhinestones, decor beads, bead ball chain and a plastic sheet. Purple kundan rangoli

How to make a purple kundan rangoli – tutorial:

Step 1:

Take an OHP sheet and cut it out in the size required. (We will be trimming the excess sheet after the rangoli is completed.)

Step 2:

Glue a big white rhinestone at the center of the rangoli using fabric glue.

POKR1Step 3:

Set and glue tear drop purple rhinestones around the white center.

Step 4:

Between two purple stones, one white stone is glued as you can see here…

POKR3Step 5:

Glue bigger white tear drop stones on top of the purple ones and using purple bead ball chain, make an outline to highlight the pattern.

POKR4Step 6:

Between every two white outlined stones, one triple leaf orange rhinestone is glued. This is to add a different shade to the rangoli.

POKR5Step 7:

Decor beads in mild lavender shade are then glued on.

POKR6Step 8:

Next is making an outline with gold color bead ball chain – a round outline.

POKR7Step 9:

Two more rings with bead ball chains – one in purple and one in gold. This makes the rangoli look richer.

POKR8Step 10:

The pattern below was made using purple and orange rhinestones in different shapes.

When I started this outer pattern, I intended to make it using the round purple stones only…. but as it turned out, I was all out of purple stones! So I then took some tear drop purple stones and tried to make a symmetric pattern using round and tear drop ones… but then, I was still short of a couple of stones to complete the circle. And then, there were some orange stones to the rescue – so here is the pattern that finally felt satisfactory. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention!

POKR9Step 11:

One final outline using gold bead ball chain… the finishing touch!


Here is a full view of the rangoli….



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