This is another beautiful wall hanging made using home recycled (old/used) notebook paper, acrylic paints (Pidilite), super glue ( Fevikwik)/ hot glue and little bit of white cement ( optional – you can use it for a better texture). For information on how to home-recycle notebook paper, check the link – MADHUBANI LOTUS ON RECYCLED-PAPER
- Take the recycled notebook paper and put a lump of it on a sheet of plastic or rubber. Mold it into Warli figures. I moulded it into a man’s shape playing the dholki (an instrument) and a woman dancing with the music of the dholki. You can mould it into many other types of figures and leave it to dry.
- Now, use the remaining recycled paper paste to make a board according to the size of your figure(s) and leave it to dry.
- Once the figure(s) have dried completely (you can use a bit of white cement for a good texture), paint them using the acrylic colors. You can use various different colours and patterns.
- Paint the board with a block colour (I have used green as a neutral colour and it also looks really good on the background) using the acrylic paints. Leave both painted components of the craft to dry.
- Lastly, fix the figures onto the board firmly using super glue or hot glue and leave it to dry. The DIY WALL HANGING – ECO-FRIENDLY WARLI ART
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