DIY projects are both straightforward and enjoyable! DIY can save money and improve the aesthetic appeal and ambience of your home.
Replacing cabinet pulls or knobs is an inexpensive and fast way to give your kitchen an instant makeover, while painting baseboard cord covers can enhance its aesthetic as well.
A Bottle Vase Display
Many people use bottles as decorative vases, which you can do easily by spray painting or cutting (as suggested on ehow).
Recycle wine bottles to create wall-mounted vases in your home – this DIY project requires no expensive materials! This makes an easy, hassle-free DIY experience.
Introduce plants into your home for an instantaneous boost of peace and serenity. Impress guests by creating an eye-catching DIY plant holder using woodworking. It’s an easy project you can finish quickly!
A Paper Towel Dispenser
Start small with this easy DIY project to add flair to your home. A paper towel dispenser makes kitchen cleanup much simpler!
This device allows for clean dispensing without batteries or electricity by dispensing one sheet at a time, without touching the lever directly.
To load the dispenser, unlatch and open both its blue spindle housing and front housing, placing your new roll inside with its towel facing you.
A Floating Shelf
Floating shelves offer an elegant solution for adding additional storage or display space into a room, whether that means displaying kitchen crockery and vases or books and ornaments in a living area.
Make sure your floating shelf is secured to wall studs to ensure its safety and structural integrity. Wall studs typically span 16 inches apart; therefore, your shelves must span across both studs.
A Book or Tablet Holder
Plush book or tablet holders provide the ideal way to keep your book or tablet close at hand while following recipes, reading novels or browsing the internet. Plus, this holder frees up both hands for taking notes or listening to podcasts!
Make a magazine box using only basic woodworking tools with this quick project for beginners! Great way to use up scrap wood. Paintable baseboard cord channels provide stylish solutions to hide unsightly wires while simultaneously adding cost or clutter in your home.
A Mason Jar Oil Lamp
An elegant mason jar oil lamp can set the perfect romantic or relaxing ambiance, as well as making a great present for someone special.
Screw the lid securely to the jar and insert a wick, leaving enough wick protrusion above the top of the lid so it remains visible.
Thin piece of picture hanging wire works well to secure the wick. However, you could also opt for thick rope or fabric.
A DIY Fairy Garden
Fairy gardens add a magical touch to any outdoor space, even your own backyard. These delightful vignettes display miniature works of art featuring beautiful blooms, miniature trees and shrubs, mushrooms and trinkets – so look for slow-growing plants that require less maintenance.
Create your fairy garden using any container imaginable, be it traditional gardening pot or galvanized wheelbarrow, as long as there are drainage holes.
Color Block Crayon Candles
Candles add warmth and light into any space, as well as providing a much-needed lift of positive energy. Crafting these candle scented crayons makes for a fun rainy day activity!
This inspiring DIY project makes use of old broken crayons that might otherwise end up in the trash, creating colorful works of art to display in your home or give away as gifts.
Start by sorting crayon pieces by color to ensure exciting and harmonious hues in the final product.
A Photo Booth Prop
Photo booth props can make any party or wedding event more entertaining and unforgettable. Create prop signs instructing guests to pose and have a good time snapping pictures using various inventive items.
From simple head cutouts on sticks with goofy mustaches and lips to customized picture frames, photo booth props can be quickly assembled using cheap cardstock. For longer-term durability, consider coroplast for speech bubble sayings or larger props.
A Prism Mason Jar Candle
One of the greatest things about being a DIY novice is learning new skills slowly and easily through projects. These projects don’t just bring fun; they also offer an invaluable sense of fulfillment quickly!
This mason jar craft makes an eye-catching statement in any home! Apply glue in small patches to a glass mason jar, and slowly adhere round glass elements over it to complete its look.