There are plenty of people in the world who are driven by doing projects on their own. Their knack of creating things is accelerated thanks to the concept of DIY, where you can push yourself to make things all by yourself, no matter what it is—apparels, décor, fine arts, cuisines or even architecture.
However, most of the time, that knack is somehow suppressed due to the obvious time constraints in one’s day-to-day life.
Well, that being said, thankfully there are a variety of DIY projects that you can finish off just in a span of weekend. In this week’s release, we bring you five DIY projects that won’t take more than two days of your time—
Glitter embedded glass vases
These DIY glass vases all beautifully decked with shiny glitter are a must have charm for your home as a decorative item, to be a lovely dwelling point for those mesmerizing white roses or lilies. Easy to make, you can even gift these vases to your loved ones on special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.
To know more about how you can create these beautiful vases yourself, visit http://bit.ly/1P7d66q
2 in 1 photo frame and jewelry hanger
Creativity is the show stealer in every DIY craft and this one gives you ample space to be creative. With just a few handy things, you can make this photo frame be a part of your wall, and also ensure your jewelry is all fine and untangled in this space.
For a step by step guide on how to make this stylish 2 in 1 piece, you can visit http://bit.ly/1MuXUmj
Scented candles made of oranges
Fruits are nature’s gift to keep your body healthy and fit, and now you can also make the most of them by molding them into a DIY project, wherein you can make decorative scented candles with these orange peels. Not only do they make your homes and offices smell lovely, but also help in keeping those devilish mosquitoes away!
To know how to do this one by yourself, click http://bit.ly/1I2nyfV
Home décor pieces with spray paint
From Buddha idols to doves and regal jars—you can make all these popular show pieces as home décor items all by yourself just by using spray paints the right way.
Use monochromes or vibrant colours choice is all yours.
To master this art, follow this step by step guide http://bit.ly/18ihTlL
Denim coasters for your dining tables
Who said those old jeans needed to be given away or dumped into garbage? You can use them to make some really creative and unique table coasters, to prevent condensation from your glasses or mugs, that too in less than some hours!
For more details on this easy DIY project, visit http://bit.ly/18ihTlL