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ImagePictures and paintings are not the only things that can be framed. Most of us have old saris lying around the house. Instead of throwing them away, put them to use.
Saris have lovely borders that can be framed either by themselves or attached to another fabric and then framed and hung on walls. These are a good idea if you have plain, white walls. Framed sari borders add a splash of colour and liven up the room.

All you need to do is cut the sari into the size and shape you want and glue it to a piece of cardboard (that has been cut into the same shape). You can align the saree border with the edges of the cardboard, which creates a frame. Or alternatively, you could get creative with sequins, shells and coloured threads creating a unique frame for each piece. Once complete, you can hang up your creation, making it the centerpiece of a wall or a series of two or three.

Old saris can also be made into light blankets and quilts. To do this, cut up two or three saris into squares of around five inches each. Take an old bedsheet and begin stitching each patch to it using the running stitch. The patches should be stitched edge to edge, covering the entire bedsheet. This makes for a colouful spread that can be used on your beds or even on your sofa.
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