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Decorative Gift Ideas To Convey Your Special Diwali Wishes

Postby chinchorkar » Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:17 am

Diwali wishes, given and received, have the incredible ability to lift everyone's festive spirits. This is the time of year when even strangers stop to smile and wish you a very 'Happy Diwali'. The festive spirit engulfs everybody and the preparations at this time of the year are now in full swing.

Diwali holidays are the time to complete your shopping, clean up the house and prepare sweets and other delicacies to serve to all the guests who knock on your door.

Gifts are exchanged during Diwali to convey the best of diwali wishes.

There is a plethora of options available when it comes to Diwali gift ideas. You can choose personalised gift items, electronics, sweets, dry fruits and decorative gifts to give to your near and dear ones this Diwali.

Decorative gifts are the most popular of the gift items that are sold during Diwali. Not only do these items add to the festive look of Diwali but the decorations themselves also have a special significance during the Diwali celebrations.

Torans or wall hangings: Torans are also known as festoons. They are string wall hangings that are hung on the main door of the house or at the entrance of some of the rooms. In years past the torans were made from mango leaves and marigold flowers. Today torans are available in various materials such as cloth, paper, plastic and even as vinyl stick-on patches. Different diwali images of various characters decorated with beads, laces and sequins are added to give it a wonderfully festive touch.

Exclusive candles: Scented candles create a calm and soothing atmosphere within the house. They can be used in every room of the house. Floating candles also make a great gift idea. They are available in a variety of colours, sizes and shapes. Candles decorated with beads, shells and dried flowers make interesting gifts.

Candles scented with your favourite aromatic and essential oils will make you especially popular with your loved ones.

Diyas: Diyas are an integral part of Diwali celebrations. They have been used as a symbol of light fighting darkness for many years. Traditional clay diyas are now being replaced by decorative diyas in a variety of shapes and sizes.

To add a special touch to your Diwali wishes you can make the gifts yourself. Buy some plain clay diyas from the market and decorate them using bright paints, glasses, sequins and gold and silver threads.

Writing down individual names on the diyas will make them more personal and a delight to give and hopefully to receive.

Source: http://www.diwaligreetings.co.in/

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