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Woman uses tissue paper to handcraft ‘gajra’ for daughter, final product shocks netizens

In another tweet, the lady shared a video of herself while wearing the 'gajra' and appreciated her mother for all the effort she put in making the 'gajra' for her.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: February 25, 2021 10:57:34 am
woman makes gajra with tissue viral story, Mom uses tissue paper to create realistic gajra, tissue paper art, viral video, twitter reactions, indian express, indian express news"Oh my, I thought they were real flowers!!" tweeted one of the many users who clearly didn't expect the hair ornament to be made out of tissue paper.

There is no end to creativity, and this latest post featuring a realistic ‘gajra’ made from tissue paper is undoubtedly proving that. The picture of the handcrafted hair ornament was shared by Twitter user @surekhapillai along with a caption that read, “My mom made this for me from tissue paper.” The photograph, which featured a close up of the ‘gajra’, looked so real that it left netizens shocked.

In another tweet, the lady shared a video of herself while wearing the ‘gajra’ and appreciated her mother for all the effort she put in making the ‘gajra’ for her. “Just look how pretty it is 😭❤️. My mom sat patiently for hours to make it for me even with all her joint aches and pains. This strand of ‘malli’ smells lovelier than all the flowers my hair has seen,” she wrote.

The post is being widely shared on the microblogging website with many impressed with the finely handcrafted gajra. “Oh my, I thought they were real flowers!!” tweeted one of the many users who clearly didn’t expect the hair ornament to be made out of tissue paper.

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