By Sarita Rajiv
It’s Diwali this week. And the timing couldn’t be more spot on. I could do with some vibrancy and festivity given how gloomy and dark it is in Denmark these days. I’m craving some serious sunshine right now.
Since the likelihood of sunny weather is next to zero, I’ll go with the next best thing - a bit of Danish style hygge with an Indian twist. I'm thinking festive Diwali diyas instead of candles and a saree instead of a sweater. I miss wearing sarees! I think I might even try my hand at some traditional Diwali snacks this year.
Last year, I made this colourful Diwali gift wrap…it’s a favourite among all my gift wrapping ideas. This year, I thought I’d give Diwali greeting cards a try. These designs reminds me of the colourful rangoli patterns in India.
Get your printable Diwali card here. You can find the individual png versions here, here and here as well. Print this on card paper - set your printer settings to high quality so that you get these gorgeous colours on paper. Cut out the card and your Diwali cards are ready.
Happy Diwali everyone. Let the lights shine on in your lives!
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