Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots 2022 (7-4 dots) – Design #2

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This is the second design in our series of simple rangoli designs with dots, and this simple rangoli design with dots is based on a 7×4 dot pattern.  Even if you have no prior experience of making a rangoli design, you will indeed find these simple rangoli designs with dots very easy to make.

Rangoli Name:  Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots (Design #1) (7-4 dots)

Decide the Surface:  Floor of the entrance/Sidewalks of the house/Corners of the house.

Materials required for drawing simple rangoli design with dots:  To make the outline of the these simple rangoli designs with dots, you can use rice flour, chalk powder, or white rangoli powder.  Using white for outlining as rangoli designs with dots is considered sacred because white signifies purity, innocence, peace, and simplicity.  You can make your simple rangoli designs with dots freehand by taking the rangoli material between your thumb and forefingers and letting it flow freehand.  If you are not comfortable freehand use a mehndi cone or a tube. You can use various rangoli colours, flowers, petals, various colour rangoli powder, diyas, grains, pulses, cereals, candles, pot-lanterns to decorate the rangoli depending upon the occasion or your choice.

Steps 1 to 7: Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots (7-4 dots) – Design 2

Steps 1 to 7 of the drawing this simple rangoli design deals with creating the rangoli’s 7 to 4 dot grid. This rangoli grid is going to assist you in making this simple rangoli design with dots. Go ahead and make this grid on the surface, as shown in the images below.

So now you are ready with a 7 to 4 dot rangoli grid. How easy was that? Well, time now to start drawing the simple and easy rangoli design around these dots. Let’s start with Step 8.

Steps 8 to 17: Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots (7×4 dots) – Design 2

All you need to do it is following the steps as shown in the images. Keep joining the dots as shown below.

Hope you are enjoying the making of this simple rangoli design. For more simple and easy rangoli designs, keep a close eye on our special series of articles on “Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots.”

Steps 18 to 27: Easy Rangoli Design with Dots (7-4 dots) – Design 2

Congratulations! Now you at the halfway mark of making this simple and easy rangoli design with dots. You can see your rangoli design is taking shape now. It is happening! Without much ado, let’s proceed with the final steps of making this simple and easy rangoli design with dots.

Steps 28 to 49: Easy Rangoli Design with Dots (7×4 dots) – Design 2

I hope you are enjoying making this special 7 to 4 dot rangoli design with us. Now, as you enter the final stages of making this simple and easy rangoli design with dots, there is nothing different you have to do; all you have to do is follow steps 28 to 49.

For more designs, keep following our series of articles on simple and easy rangoli design with dots.

Final Design of Simple and Easy Rangoli Design with Dots (7-4 dots) – Design 2 – Final Step

You have already completed your rangoli design with dots in Step 49.  It is time now to decorate your rangoli design with various colours of your choice.

Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots

Here is your final design of simple and easy rangoli design with dots. You can take pride in making this design by showing it to your house members. Let your creative and innovative juices flow and think of some out-of-the-box ideas to decorate it. For Diwali rangoli design, you can surround it with diyas, pot-lanterns, or even candles. A few flower petals and leaves can make this rangoli design even more bright and attractive.

Keep visiting our website for more Simple Rangoli Designs with Dots.

How to make rangoli coloured powder?

You can either buy readymade rangoli powder from the market or you can make it on your own.  Traditionally women used household items from the kitchen to make rangoli/muggulu/kolam designs.  Using household items, such as rice flour powder, haldi, Kumkum, gulal, spices, grains, for rangoli designing is considered auspicious.

You can use either the rice flour or salt to make the rangoli coloured powder.  Take rice flour or salt in a container with lid.  Add food colour and vinegar to it.  Cover the container with lid and shake it well until the blend gets mixed up well. Finally spread the mixture on a clean cloth or a newspaper and let it dry.

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