Celebrate Diwali and Navratri with a Beautiful Lotus Flower Wall Decoration

Diwali and Navratri are two of the most vibrant and joyous festivals in India, and what better way to celebrate them than by adding some colourful, handmade decorations to your home? That's why we're bringing you this fun and easy paper lotus flower craft, the perfect way to add some festive cheer to your walls.

Not only is this craft a fun activity to do with family and friends, but it's also a great way to add a personal touch to your celebration.

This beautiful craft is perfect for adding a touch of colour and festivity to your home, and it's so simple to make that even kids can join in on the fun. Here's what you'll need to get started:


  • Coloured paper (preferably in festive shades)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A pencil or pen


  1. Cut out the petals: Cut several petals from your coloured paper. The number of petals you cut will depend on the size of the lotus flower you want to make.
  2. Fold the petals: Take each petal and fold it in half lengthwise. Then, fold the petal in half again, this time widthwise. This will give your petals a more realistic shape.
  3. Glue the petals together: Take your first petal and apply a small amount of glue to the folded end. Add another petal, overlapping the first petal slightly, and glue it to the first one. Continue adding petals and glueing them together until you have formed a circular shape.
  4. Repeat: Repeat the above steps to create more lotus flowers in different sizes and colours. You can also add some variation to your flowers by cutting out petals in different shapes or using different shades of the same colour.
  5. Display: Once you have created all the lotus flowers you want, you can use them to decorate your walls. Simply attach each flower to the wall using a small piece of tape or a pin.

That's it! Your beautiful paper lotus flower craft is now ready to add a touch of Diwali magic to your walls. Whether you make just one flower or a whole bouquet, these cheerful decorations are sure to brighten up your home and bring a smile to your face. So why not get started today and spread some festive cheer? Happy crafting!

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