Holi Gifts For Your Friends & Family

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A colorful festival, Holi is a celebration of the arrival of spring. During this day, people play with color – both eating color powder and splashing colored water on each other. Kids especially love this festival and play games all day. As you can see, lots of fun and festivity is the perfect time to give gifts. Below you will find our best Holi gifts ideas for this special day, whether you are in India or far away from your loved ones

Holi Gifts For Kids

Kids enjoy the festival more if they have lots of fun activities to do. You can give children a lot of snacks, they wait for festivals to receive hampers. You can also bring them water balloons and water guns to play with this holi. And there are many more creative things available in markets you can bring to kids.

Holi Gifts For Adults

What is a better gift than a bottle of champagne for adults? Everyone meets their families and friends on the occasion of Holi and you can give them a bottle of wine as well. It looks decent and rich. You can also take colored firecrackers with you to celebrate holi with other adults.

Holi Gifts For Friends & Family Who Are Far Away

We all miss our loved ones who are far away from us, even if we see them every day. Holi is the perfect time to send a little extra love their way, and it doesn’t have to cost a lot to do it. A box of gujiyas with a packet of gulal got you back. Gujiyas are mandatory on holi. Holi is incomplete without gujiyas and gulal. Send your loved ones these items and make them feel at home.

Here are some innovative activities to perform with your kids: Holi Flower Book

Option1:

paper

glue gun

white school glue

cut out a bunch of flowers from different sheets of paper

arrange them in order on the book cover you want to make

glue the flowers down one by one as you go along

when you reach the other edge, start again from the beginning

when you get to the end, glue down a final cover page

cut out a bunch of different flowers

shapes from different scraps of paper

place the shapes in order on the book pages you want them to go (you can cut out more shapes if you want)

start gluing down the shapes one by one as you go along (you can use a  stencil to help you)

Option 2:

cut out a bunch of different flowers from different scraps of paper

place the flowers in order on the book pages you want them to go (you can cut out more flowers if you want)

start gluing down the flowers one by one as you go along (you can use a stencil to help you)

Option 3:

cut out a bunch of different flower shapes from different scraps of paper

place the shapes in order on the book pages you want them to go (you can cut the shapes you want)

start gluing down the shapes one by one as you go along (you can use a stencil to help you)

When you are done, your flower book will look something like this.


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