Today’s post is DIY Jharokha Frame.I have been wanting to have one for a very long time, what better way than making one all by myself.
For people who don’t know what’s a Jharokha, it is a resemblance to the royal time depicting the Balcony in Royal Palaces for Kings and Queens. Jharokha Frames can be used as a Wall Decor as well as Window Panes or Mirror Frames.
Tissue paper -White
POP- Plaster of Paris
Steps with Photos:
Download a reference Image of Jharokha for design reference. Then Cut cardboard into different Shapes,like this.
Now stick the pieces together using fevicol.
Mix fevicol and water in equal parts and start sticking the tissue paper on to the frame.
Complete the entire frame in the same way and let it dry for complete 24 hours. Also add the wire to form a hook for hanging. Bend the wire into u shaped and then insert into the cardboard with gluegun. It dries hard.
Mix pop to a medium consistency which is workable for adding details and then let it dry.
Now Paint it with your favorite colours, here I have Acrylic, mettalic paints, copper, bronze and gold.
Let it dry and adorn it on your wall.