Kids Rakhis

Ultimate Guide

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It was such a blast curating the kids rakhis collection.

We were transported to our childhood, sibling fights, play, laughter, hugs and loads of love! We are amazed at the vast collection of rakhis online for kids.

Paper art, whacky monsters, cartoons, games, animals, personalized dolls… the list just goes on…

We so want to turn back time now! Hope you are transported to innocence too..

This article is a part of the Ultimate Rakhi Guide Series.

ULTIMATE KIDS RAKHIS GUIDE


 1. WHIMSICAL ICE CREAM RAKHI

Source: Once Upon A Trunk

Once Upon a Trunk has the perfect rakhi for all the baby brothers in the world who love ice cream. Check it out..

 

2. EMOJI CHARMS RAKHI

Source: Charmsday

This leather charm bracelet comes with emojis that match your brother’s mood, doesn’t it? Check it out..

 

3. MY PERSONALIZED OWLIE

Source: The Owls Affair

One of our absolute favorites! Now, you can express your love Picasso style! And also hold him ransom by attaching this cutie by his bedside ;).. FOREVER! Check it out..

 

4. CUTIE RAKHI BUGS

Source: The Arty Way

Not a rakhi per se, but still a cute and fun way to send a Rakshabandhan note across. Perfect for quirky siblings! Check it out..

 

5. ADORABLE ELEPHANT RAKHI

Source: Madnessisstyle

There’s not many people we know who don’t love elephants. So these enamel elephant motif rakhis will be a pleaser no matter how old your brother is. Check it out..

 

6. ORIGAMI SHIRT RAKHI

Source: Sugandha Jain

Love papercrafts but don’t want to go the quilling route? Here is a cute origami shirt series kids rakhis for a Rakshabandan twist. Check it out..

 

7. FUN CROCHET RAKHI

Source: ToesTies

These crochet cuties for the little brothers can masquerade as brooches and badges also. Check it out..

 

8. ECO UPCYCLED RAKHI

Source: The Eco Trunk

These upcycled paper rakhis have been handcrafted by women from low-income households. It’s considerate at so many levels and definitely makes a beautiful gift for that thoughtful brother of yours. Lets teach gratitude! Check it out..

 

9. SUPER BROTHER RAKHI

Source: Stone Paper Scissor

Handmade rakhi, handmade card. Scores high on cuteness, especially if it’s for a baby brother. Check it out..

 

10. MACRAME RAKHI

Source: OONY by Anab Naiyer

Crochet might be trending this season but there is always room for macrame too. These pastel macrame bands embellished with pearls make for such a cute rakhi! Check it out..

 

11. WHIMSICAL CYCLE RAKHI

Source: Once Upon A Trunk

This bright and happy rakhi with a bicycle motif gets its pop from the bead-and-crochet cycle wheels. If brother loves whimsy, he’ll love this. Check it out..

 

RELATED: 35 Modern Rakhis That Are Super Fun And Quirky

 

12. FIDGET SPINNER RAKHI

Source: MyBabyBabbles

For that inquisitive geeky brother of yours. This fidget spinner rakhi is just perfect for him. Might also help him calm his nerves – just before he knows who ripped his favorite jersey 😉  Check it out..

 

13. I LOVE INDIGO RAKHI

Source: My Little Lambs

The indigo and pink create a look that is both traditional and contemporary while being oh-so-sweet and whimsical. Perfect for a baby brother, don’t you think? Check it out..

 

14. SPORTY BHAI RAKHI

Source: House of Illusion

A sport helmet accent on the rakhi, for all the games he loves playing. Believe us, he’ll adore you for it! Check it out..

 

15. WILD SAFARI RAKHI

Source: House of Illusion

Little munchkins will love this felt and fabric rakhi in a farmyard theme. Get your little girl to give it to her brother and watch the love grow! Check it out..

 

16. MY FAVORITE THINGS RAKHI

Source: Good Earth

Good Earth goes playful with these hand-crocheted fruit designs on thinly-braided rakhis. Just the right touch of whimsy for your little one’s wrist. Check it out..

 

17. BADGE IT RAKHI

Source: First Cry

These cute cartoon badge rakhis make for a fun and memorable Rakshabandhan. Each band comes with a kit with rice, pooja coin, greeting card and more.  Check it out..

 

18. WINKY MONSTER RAKHI

Source: Felt Paper Scissors

Handmade felt rakhis like the Winky Monster are bound to delight any little brother. Check it out..

 

19. STAR FISH RAKHI

Source: Felt Paper Scissors

If your munchkin loves the underwater world, how about you get this goofy starfish rakhi for his special day with his sister? Check it out..

 

20. MOTU PATLU RAKHI

Source: Craft Ardour

Do you and your brother keep having the sibling tiffs… make peace… have tiffs.. make peace.. have tiffs… Well you know how that goes ? Just like Motu-Patlu 🙂 Check it out..

 

21. MINIONS RAKHI

Source: Craft Ardour

Celebrating the spirit of brother-sister relationships? Why not go for a rakhi accented with minions – that awesome race that sticks with each other through thick and thin? Check it out..

 

22. STAR CHARMS RAKHI

Source: Chotee

Uber-cute and colorful starfishes make this the perfect kids rakhis. Check it out..

 

RELATED:  25 Handicraft Rakhis Online That Will Blow Your Mind Away

 

23. STATEMENT RAKHI

Source: Babble Wrap Gift

Babblewrap has got these cute and colorful statement rakhis that’s perfect for kids and adults alike. Check it out..

 

24. PARROT LOVE RAKHI

Source: Saar Design Studio

Bright and colorful, these chirpy ethnic parrot rakhis will find takers among the baby and adult brothers as well. Check it out..

 

25. WHAT’s YOUR SIGN RAKHI

Source: Rolling Cubes

Kids Rakhis by sun sign! We like. A silly Taurean bull chewing on a flower makes for instant cute! Check it out..

 

RELATED: 20 Amazing Traditional Rakhis That Made Their Way Back

 

What did you think about this Ultimate Kids Rakhis Guide? Did we miss anything? Do leave a comment or suggestions below..

HAPPY RAKSHABANDHAN Ya’ll.. May you continue to nurture your happy sibling bond!

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