Henna Patterns

These are a few very simple henna patterns. Just very basic. Henna itself is much more intricate, but that becomes too tedious to ice.

Don't use too many patterns at once, it looks too busy. Select one or two and repeat to create your design.

When henna paste dries on the hand it is a deep dark brown. When it is washed off, the skin gets dyed to a deep orange red, sometimes almost black.

Arabic henna patterns are darker and more bold than these. These are typical of Indian Henna.

Comments

Granpam Says... 7 years ago

Wonderful Thank You.

BarbRaz Says... 7 years ago

Just beautiful!! Thank you...

SweetResults Says... 7 years ago

Thanks - I'd love to do a Henna cake, if nothing else I will use these with one of those kits at AC Moore to tattoo myself LOL!

Dixiegal01 Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the patterns and the Henna background!

LaSombra Says... 7 years ago

wow, thanks for the patterns. those are great :)

confectioneista Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for sharing. These are great for design ideas!

ThatsHowTcakesRolls Says... 7 years ago

Amazing - Thank you so much for these!!

donnajf Says... 7 years ago

Very NIce! ;-D ;-D ;-D Thank u;-)

jdhelbling Says... 7 years ago

So, as a newbie, may I ask how you would use these to get the design on the cake?

frostedbliss Says... 7 years ago

thanks for sharing your talent with us!

Wita58 Says... 7 years ago

Thanks so much. :D

deborah82 Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for sharing... :)

karennayak Says... 7 years ago

Sorry jdhelbling, just noticed your question. I always freehand directly onto my cakes, but lots of people use the pin-prick/similar methods. Take a look at this thread. (...) Seems like a lot of great info.

karennayak Says... 7 years ago

Sorry jdhelbling, just noticed your question. I always freehand directly onto my cakes, but lots of people use the pin-prick/similar methods. Take a look at this thread. (...) Seems like a lot of great info.

karennayak Says... 7 years ago

Sorry jdhelbling, just noticed your question. I always freehand directly onto my cakes, but lots of people use the pin-prick/similar methods. Take a look at this thread. (...) Seems like a lot of great info.

karennayak Says... 7 years ago

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karennayak Says... 7 years ago

Sorry! Don't seem to be able to post the link. I will PM you jdhelbling. Karen

Tomoore Says... 7 years ago

I needed this for a cake idea! Thanks!


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