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This year Ganesh Chaturthi is on 22nd August and I wanted to make something special for Ganpati Bappa this year. I thought over a lot and finally make this beautiful Ganpati Makhar (Also known as Aasan or Singhasan) with Cardboard.

How to make Ganpati Makhar Aasan with Cardboard

Easy Ganpati Makhar Aasan Decoration idea

Material Required:

Step by Step Tutorial to make Ganpati Makhar Aasan:

  • Cut 1 cardboard piece size – 11cm x 7cm
  • Now cut 2 cardboard piece size – 7cm x 4.5cm
  • Next cut 1 cardboard piece size – 11cm x 4.5cm and cut out a design slot on one side as shown in video
  • Cut 1 cardboard piece size – 14.5cm x 7cm and cut out the shape of the throne at the back as shown in video
  • Attach all the cardboard pieces together as shown in the video above using the hot glue gun
  • Make 2 thick paper rolls for side arm rests
  • Make 1 thin long paper roll
  • Take a paper cup and make cuts at the bottom, spread out in the shape of an umbrella as shown in the video
  • Attach the thin paper roll to the inside of the paper cup
  • Paint all the pieces separately
  • Attach all the pieces together – armrests on both sides of the makhar, the umbrella at the back of the makhar as shown in the video
  • Use decoration material to decorate the makhar as per your liking

GANPATI BAPPA MORYA

Try making this Makhar for the Ganesh Chaturthi at home and share your pictures with on our FACEBOOK GROUP.

Sparsh Mahajan

I love to create new stuff - art, craft, stories, etc. and I love to LEARN!!!

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