Krishna Jhula and Janmashtami Decoration Ideas
Welcome god Krishna, use these awesome Janmashtami decoration ideas to do up your home. Decorate your house and pooja room on Krishna Janmashtami with our simple DIY decor tips.
Check out these Janmashtami decoration ideas for inspiration:
Go for this cute colourful Janmashtami decoration. Use crêpe paper for the background. Paste peacock cutouts and hang LED lights and streamers around it.
You can use flowers and peacock feather to decorate your pooja mandap during Krishna Janmashtami festival.
Choose this small set up. Place your jhula on a stool or table. Decorate the table with flower petals.
Create an enclosure using fabric. Place a carpet on the ground and use kundan rangoli to decorate your pooja space.
The wooden jhula has been beautifully decorated with fresh flowers.
You can place a wooden stool upside down and cover the top with a shimmer cloth. Wrap the legs with satin ribbon.
Place small Krishna jhula on the floor. Make beautiful peacock feather rangoli around it. Also, place earthen pots filled with ghee and butter.
Decorate your Janmashtami jhula with flowers made of paper. Flank it with painted pots and draw a peacock rangoli in front of the jhula.
Place lots of plants and flowers around the jhula. Decorate your pooja room to make it look like a garden.
Use paper roll and cardboard to make this jhula for Janmashtami. Paint it and get ready to welcome lord Krishna.
Use mor pankh (peacock feather) and marigold flowers to decorate your jhula.
Recreate Vrindavan through your Janmashtami decor. Add statues of cows, peacock and village belles.
Decorate your pooja room with LED lights and hang bright fabric on top. Make a nice cosy jhula for Bal Gopal.
Decorate the pooja ghar with kundan stones and paper flowers. Hang a fabric with sequins work in the background.
Fill the pooja room platform with small statues. Place them around the Krishna Janmashtami jhula and decorate it with string lights.
Decorate Krishna jhula with rakhi. Cover the frame with colorful rakhis and place lord Krishna on it.
Decorate the door with flowers. Hang small pots from the curtain rod. You can also make pots with cardboard.
Decorate your home and pooja room with ballons for Janmashtami. Hang balloons and an earthen pot from the ceiling.
You can hang matki filled with cotton to make it look like butter. Decorate the earthen pot with lace, sequins or you can even paint it.
Do this flower decoration in your pooja room during the festival.
Aarti ki Thali Decoration for Janmashtami
Buy glitter foam sheets in green, light blue and dark blue color. Cut them in peacock feather shape. Cut each sheet in three different sizes. Stick them together as shown in the image above.
Now, take yellow color glitter foam sheet. Cut it in the shape shown in the above image. Paste a peacock feather and round decorative mirror on it.
Arrange the cut-outs on a steel plate to prepare aarti ki thali. Place a beautiful diya on one end. Your aarti ki thali for Krishna Janmashtami is ready.
Janmashtami Decoration Ideas – Krishna Jhula Design
Make these gorgeous Krishna jhula design for Janmashtami.
Use colorful stones to decorate your Krishna jhula.
Here is a lovely handmade jhula for Janmashtami. Use paper to create beautiful flowers and decorate it.
This is how you can decorate the jhula using peacock feather. Also flank the jhula with peacock.
Decorate a table with flowers and keep your Krishna jhula on it. Place decorate earthen pots in front of it.
Use cardboard to make the frame of the jhula. Cover it with red and gold fabric. Decorate it with peacock feather and flowers made out of fabric and paper.
Best out of waste! This golden Krishna jhula design is looking great. Use old newspaper to make Krishna Janmashtami jhula design. Use paper quills to decorate it.
Here is a stunning peacock colored Janmashtami jhula. It’s made up of cardboard and thermocol.
Decorate your peacock jhula with bright gold, red and blue color. Stick glitter to enhance its beauty.
You can even weave a jhula for Janmashtami. Use pink, blue, green, pink and magenta colored wire make the Krishna jhula.
Decorate your Janmashtami jhula with kundan stones. Go for green, white, red and yellow stones.
Use plywood to make this Krishna jhula. Paint it in red and green color. And, decorate it with stone, beads and lace.
Small bottles, cut glass and marbles were used to prepare this gorgeous glass jhula for Janmashtami pooja. Light it up to create this magical look.
Use cardboard, velvet cloth and bead strings to make this pretty Krishna jhula. You can also make this jhula in rectangular or square shape.
Get a small singhasan and paint it in red colour. Now decorate it with stones and beads.
Simple Janmashtami Rangoli Designs
Here are some more Janmashtami decoration ideas. You can make these simple rangoli designs at home.