Top 20: Best Rangoli Designs with Dots for Diwali 2015
Diwali is already here and am sure all of us are busy cleaning, decorating, and some more cleaning and of course, much more decorating! I know, I am! When we talk of decorating, one of the many things that we think of has to be those pretty Rangoli designs. So, here I am bringing you my top 20 dot rangoli designs for Diwali this year, which are easy, attractive and so festive! And you can make it your own, by adding your choice of colour and glitter. Presenting you some very simple rangoli designs with dots for beginners or college competitions along with how to draw them.
List of Rangoli Designs with Dots and Photos
Simple Dot Rangoli Designs
Simplicity never goes out of fashion. Presenting the first set of dot designs, which prove just that. Looks very geometric when you see it on the screen, but I can already visualize them looking so pretty in a bigger size or as a series of these patterns, drawn together to frame the entrance to your home this diwali.
Colourful Dot Designs for Rangoli 2015
With those five covered, let’s give the much needed attention to the fun of using colours. These three designs easily make it to this list and would look super pretty in your prayer room, or even in the balcony with diyas at the time of diwali. Start by creating the wireframe or the basic outline with dots and then join them. If you look closely, you can see the points in these patterns. Let them guide you.
How to draw dot rangoli designs
Where there is a will, there is a way! This famous saying is so apt for me when it comes my “creative side”, especially with such intricate artwork as Rangoli. But, I still have the will. Why I say this is because, if you are like me, who cannot really boast about her arts & crafts skills, then these design patterns are for you, ladies! Short and sweet patterns, array of options and some close ups to help you replicate them or get inspired this diwali.
Dot Rangoli Designs with Flowers and Peacocks
Last, but definitely not the least, are these basic rangoli patterns that are more like applique patterns that you can draw, place them on top of carbon papers on the platform or area you want these patterns to be and you are good to go! I say, give it a shot.
I hope these 20 designs with dots (method) will come in handy this Diwali and if you try any of these, tell us how it looked. Have a great Diwali!
By Contributor: Pooja B