One more achievement by Lake City on Independence Day


The 19-year old girls, students of Froebel’s school branch Lake City Lahore, Pakistan, Umm-e-Habiba & Umm-e-Rubab attempted a record to enter Guinness world records on 25th August 2019. Last year India made a record of paper quilling mosaic and its total covered area was 60.01 meter square. This year these twin sisters broke this record by making paper quilled flag & its total covered area is 90.01 meter square.
The handmade flag is made up of 300,000, 3mm thick white and green colored paper strips and uses 60 kg of glue. The flag is made up of 255 sheets. They have been making this since 2nd June.
They dedicated this handmade quilled flag to the people of Pakistan on this Independence Day. The Lake City management is in full support of this magnificent endeavor.—PR

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