- Hack 1: Outline the rangoli design
- Hack 2: Use cones to fill in colour
- Hack 3: Use a stencil
- Hack 4: Replace colours with flowers
- Hack 5: Float your rangolis
Hack 1: Outline the rangoli design
Use a chalk to outline the rangoli design. This way it becomes much easier and faster to fill in and you have enough room for trial and error.
Hack 2: Use cones to fill in colour
Use paper cone moulds or mehendi cones to accurately fill in colours without having to worry about them spreading outside the lines.
Hack 3: Use a stencil
The closest you could come to creating an original design—use a stencil to fill in colours and keep repeating till you’ve created a unique pattern of your own.
Hack 4: Replace colours with flowers
The easiest, prettiest and the laziest option available out there. Think of all the mess avoided when replacing sand colours with flower petals or even grains for that matter.
Hack 5: Float your rangolis
Strategically place a bunch of flower petals and a few floating candles in a big bowl of water and voila, your rangoli is ready. Lazy butt no more, but a creative genius!
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