Hi, guys! How are you? In our previuos posts, Mandala String Art, step by step, we have already seen how to make a Mandala String Art on a video tutorial. Today we are going to show us more impressive mandala String Art designs that can inspire you to create new shapes and crafts.
First of all, we want to talk a little about the mandalas. In case you do not know, the mandalas are spiritual symbolic representations of the macrocosm and the microcosm, used in Buddhism and Hinduism. They are usually circular shapes that have a center from which perfect geometric shapes emerge.
These pieces can be great to decorate a teashop, a religious articles store or a meditation room, due to the fact that mandalas help to relax and meditate, as we can see in the previous image. Then, we will see some stunning designs because of their shapes and the color of their threads.
We start with this wonderful and complex mandala in orange and yellow tones. We can appreciate many geometric shapes within the circle. You can buy it on Etsy.
This other mandala String Art has no circular shape, although it seems. Actually it is a geometric shape with 22 points or vertexes. We really love the mix of colours used.
Notice that a mandala String Art can be ever better if we make it on a round wooden base. This is made by Crafty Starling with cherry wood and is amazing.
For this, byHANDstringart has used a thicker type of yarn or thread. This is mandala String Art easier to make, their shapes and figures are simpler, but still looks great.
We really like this gradient color from blue to green for a String Arty mandala. Absolutely gorgeous, made by the hand of RaesCraftyCreations.
You can also make Mandala String Art with some blank spaces inside, like this design with rainbow colours threads created by @entrehilosuy.
This mandala String Art, also forming a 22 vertex polygon is great because of the striking colors he has used. The shape departs from the central yellow point and comes out with several radius and a gradient is made at the same time. This work is by Mandalas Olho de Deus.
This mandala String Art is special because it is made with blue threads that glow in the dark. In addition, its figures are wonderful and seems like a lotus. A work made by MagicLineStore.
Form concentric circles in the middle that look like an eye is a good start for a mandala String Art, as we can see in this piece made by ESTREDAYENU.
This design is similar to the previous one, follows the idea of concentric circles and is something appreciated in a mandala.
The swirl is not a very common figure in the mandalas, but, nevertheless, it has a central point and is circular, so it can enter this category.
We hope you have enjoyed these mandala String Art designs and we hope that now you are feeling like making a DIY mandala String Art like one of them to decorate your room and that it helps you to concentrate and meditate.
Lately I’m quite obsessed with mandalas and its geometric shapes and repetitions. I really have a good time drawing them. It’s very relaxing and creative. In addition, once you have the mandala drawn, colored or made, it’s a nice piece of decoration and, if you love meditate or you practice yoga, it’s a good point to focus your mind while you try to reach the Nirvana.
Today we have searched a good tutorial to show you how to make a beautiful Mandala String Art full of colors. Here you have a nice video made by Diônatan Bertelli
As you see, you will need:
- Round shaped wooden board (painted in black, white or the color you like the most
- White, soft purple, dark purple, soft or pastel green and turquoise threads.
- Picture or Frame Hangers.(
The process is simple and I think that you already know it, but as you can see on the video, it’s about to tie the thread into one nail and its opposite and repeat it until you have finished. It’s better to watch the videotutorial to be sure that you’re doing it right.
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