It colors the sky in gray and makes the Earth dark. Before it brings out the life, it makes visibility blurry. Ironic, but true. The monsoons have arrived and there should be nothing to stop you from dressing up.
To hold the umbrella, attach a long rod to the center of your umbrella. To give it the whole monsoon look, you can paint the umbrella in rainbow colors. Et voila! You can have a rainbow anytime you want, even in the midst of a torrential rain.
Select the material of your choice and your favorite colors. Again with sticks, give the cloth an umbrella shape. To make it more decorative, you can add a lace, tulle, or frills to it for the English touch. If it is for summers, go in for pastel shades.
The heat in the spring season is not that scorching, but you definitely can make a style statement with those intricate net designs. Buy a net of any color. You'll need a malleable wire. Cut the net to adequate size and weave or stitch a wire to its outer boundary.
The wire will help to hold the net in a stiff position. Once you have the circle, give it an umbrella shape with the wire. To have a fancy handle, you can decorate it with acrylic paints.
Decide a theme for your umbrella; whether you want to keep it retro or metro, is your choice. Flaunt those old badges and bling, that you'd never wear today on your umbrella to make a style statement.
Paint your umbrellas into pinstripe, polka dots, doodle them, or add a little bling. Don't hesitate to try vibrant colors and designs that catch the eye.