Here are some Diwali craft ideas which I find easy to make and with detailed descriptions that you can prepare this Diwali with your kids.
1. Lets start with these super easy and cute handmade cards for Diwali which we made last year.
2. You can make you own decorative Tea lights at home with these Tea light candles.
3. Diya and Thali set from Art Platter. I definitely plan to make it this Diwali. Isn’t it beautiful. This site is full of craft ideas for Diwali and other festivals.
Image Source : Art Platter
4. Beautiful Diwali Thali by Art Platter
Image Source : Art Platter
5. Little food junction has lots of these edible craft ideas you can use this Diwali. Your kids will love these.
Image Source: Little Food Junction
6. Glitter Lantern from Artsy Craftsy Mom : These are perfect for Diwali. Check out this site for many creative ideas.
Image Source: Artsy Craftsy mom
7. A selection of beautiful flower Rangolis from Diwali-celebrations.blogspot.in
Image Source: Diwali-celebrations.blogspot.in
8. You can bake these Rangoli Eggless cookies by Dessarts and impress your guests and family.
Image Source : Dessarts
9. You can make a floating Rangoli from Mommy-labs.com where she has given a step by step description.
Image Source : Mommy-labs.com
10. Diwali gift Basket from Nishkamanglani.blogspot.in
Image Source : Nishkamanglani.blogspot.in
For more ideas you can check my Diwali Craft Pinterest page.
If you have a blog and you have also posted some craft ideas for Diwali please leave their link in the comments. we would love to visit them too.
Kiran @ KiranTarun.com
Love the blue diya and thali set! So festive 🙂
Thanks Kiran. It is quite beautiful and artistic.
Great post I like the Diya Thali and eggless rangoli cookies and i am surely gonna buy it this Diwali 2013 for my family and gift them. Thanks for your precious suggestions.
So useful! Will definitely try at least one of these ideas this year!
Do try them Roshni. Most of them are really easy to make 🙂
I remember doing so many of these things as kids. The glitter lanterns, the decorated thalis. Thanks for bringing back so many fun memories.
Thanks Shefali. I think all kids love doing rangolis, painting diyas and decorating thalis. It is so much fun. 🙂
a very resourceful post! thanks for curating and sharing these ideas.
check out our blog Aalayam when you get a chance. I have a diwali feature up as well..
Thanks Deepa. Saw your post. Loved all the ideas and the giveaway.
Amazingly creative ideas for Diwali 🙂
Loved the Rangoli Eggless cookies and edible craft 🙂
Thanks Shilpa. They both are really tempting 🙂
Hi, Loved all the ideas this post offers. Will have to try some of them at least 🙂
Thanks Poornima. Loved your D is for Diwali.. post:-)
Great ideas..I specially loved rangoli cookies..too pretty to eat 🙂
Thanks Nayana. They are quite artistic aren’t they. would love to try them.
Disha Mishra Dubey
Love love love all the ideas!! Those rangoli cookies have been on my to do list since past few years. Hope this year I will be able to do it 🙂
Thanks Disha. I was planning on making all these this year. let’s see how it turns out. 🙂