No one can complain of dearth of DIY ideas, for the web is littered with all kinds of DIY project ideas. Instead of helping, the abundance of project ideas is causing confusion, so we have decided to pull DIY geeks out of the state of utter desperation by providing a list of 101 awesome DIY project ideas of all time. It will excite a DIY aficionado so much that he/she will roll up her/his sleeves, plug in some music, get the DIY gear organized, and shut himself/herself in the crafts room to create the next masterpiece. Enjoy!
#1 Beautiful tetra box lamp
It is only when one starts looking around that the person sees how exciting the DIY world is. How many of us have ever imagined that something so mundane like a tetra pack can turn into such an awesome lamps? Making unexpected things from mundane, everyday objects is what makes DIY projects so exciting. The key to success in this project lies in the arrangement of triangular shapes made from a tetra box. To know how, follow the link below.
#2. DIY Art – Melted Crayon Canvases
An artist uses blank canvases and crayons to make all kinds of artworks, but seldom does she use these two and turn them into a piece of artwork. To get this done, you need a canvas, boxes of crayons, glue and a blow dryer. The first step in making this is to lay the canvas flat and then arrange the crayons in the shape you want. Afterwards, fix the crayons on the canvas using glue. Let it dry for some time and when it is suitably dry, you should power-up the blow dryer putting the setting to the maximum heat. Now move the dryer closer to the crayons making them melt and flow. The key to success in this craft is the flow of your dryer to get the desired shape, as shown below.
Source: College Gloss
#3. DIY Wine Bottle Table
This is, perhaps, the most exciting wine bottle craft we have come across in years. The end result looks so classy and so chic that people will immediately lap up this project. It requires a set of wine bottles, a wooden board and cutting, measuring and drilling tools. The key to success in the project is the design of the wood board and how you balance it on stand made of wine bottles.
Source: COLECCIÓN DVINUS para MILÁN
#4. How to cut glass bottles
Knowing how to cut a glass bottle is an essential skill that all DIY aficionados should know, for you will not be able to complete any DIY project that needs bottle cutting without it. Thus, you will not be able to upcycle your empty wine and beer bottles. You may want to follow the project link and/or steps shown in the following infographic to know the art of cutting bottles without breaking them or hurting yourself.
#5. Paper Dollies with Orange Thumbtacks
When converted into flowers and arranged in a flow, white crepe papers and orange thumbtacks can do magic on your wall. It is so simple to make, yet it adds glamour to an otherwise mundane-looking wall. The key to success in this project is how carefully one arranges various sizes of Paper flowers to form a beautiful shape. You can give it a shape of a bird or whatever you want. You can choose the color of crepe papers and mix and match to get a different style, which will also depend on the layout.
#6. Toilet paper roll wall art
People often discard used-up toilet paper rolls, but then they are not DIY geeks and they do not trust their imagination. Fortunately not everyone is like that and so toilet paper arts have been born like the one shown below. To make this art at home, a DIY enthusiast will need 135 toilet rolls, each cut into five sections. One would need a lot free space in the craft area to execute it. The first step in the process will be to make small sections of the craft and then join them using a glue gun, as the tutorial suggests.
Source: Tibble Fork
#7. String Art for your wall
Using a package of embroidery floss, a cork board and some trim nails one can make an expensive-looking yet inexpensive string art to decorate a dull wall. The process is simple, but it takes some time. The first step needs to make a template or layout on which you will fix the trim nails for colorful embroidery floss colors to move. The most crucial part of the project is to tie strings in such a way the colors give the illusion of flow. Check the project details on the link that follows.
Source: Honey and Fitz
#8. DIY Pumpkin spice handmade soap
If going organic is your dream than what could be a better way to do so than by making your own bio products. This project talks about one such product. The requirement list for this project is pretty simple. You will need 235gm soap base to make 6 small soaps, soap colorant, 6 soap molds, something for grinding and crushing the ingredients and pumpkin spice mix which shall contain 1/4 cup cinnamon, 1tsp nutmeg, 1tsp ginger and clove. Once you have all this ready, follow the tutorial on the link below.
#9. Mosaic Tile Garden Stepping Stones
Nothing excites a gardening aficionado more than handmade things she can put in her garden and she can be all jubilant if the craft is represented by colorful mosaic stepping stones for the garden. The project is simple to execute and needs very few items. A DIY garden enthusiast will need a plastic vessel, mosaic tiles, craft paper, pencil or sketch, plier, PVA glue and grout. The steps are shown in the image below. It is important to note that the shape and size of the stepping stone will depend on the shape and size of the plastic vessel, so select one wisely.
#10. Reclaimed wood bath caddy
Lying in the bathtub, sipping red wine and listening to music sounds like a perfect relaxation technique and if you are getting excited about it then it is time for you to take your DIY gear out and a piece of wood, as you are in luck today. The DIY project dealt below will help you create a perfect bath caddy using reclaimed wood. Just follow the instruction on the project page.
#11. Heena-style Wine bottle
When flower, natural or artificial, is placed in the silver-colored wine bottle with heena-style painting on it, it brings oriental charm to the household. This traditional design wine bottle will look classy in your living room.
#12. How to paint glass
Glass painting may sound easy to some, but it presents an unsurmountable challenge for others, particularly when it involves painting complex patterns. The following video can help you learn the art and constant practice will help you master it.
#13. iPhone dock hidden in the book
For someone who is into books, an iPhone dock hidden in a book will be exciting. The only cost one has to pay for it is the book which will be drilled and pages in which will be cut to make way for the cable. With the help of a drill, binder clip, scissors, knife and ruler one can get an iPhone book dock like the one shown below. The key to success in this project lies in the accuracy with which you make the slot in the book for the charging cable.
Source: Little Lovelies
#14. Typographic characters coaster
This is another exciting DIY project for men and women of letters. To make coasters like the ones shown below, a DIY enthusiast will need cork sheets or MDF board and large size printed characters and then these will be cut from the MDF board or cork sheet using a sharp hobby knife. You may need to sand the edges to make the coasters smooth. The key to success in the project lies in the accuracy in cutting the characters.
Source: Evil Mad Scientist
#15. Message on the pillow
Love is spread by words, so it is always better to have meaningful words spread all around your home. This DIY craft does just that with the help of a piece of cloth, linen in this case, letter stencil, permanent marker, acrylic paint and crafting tools. The first step is to measure your pillow and stitch a cover. Afterwards, you can use the stencil and permanent marker to trace the message on the pillow, which will latter be filled with acrylic color. The key to success in this project lies in the power of the message.
Source: Inspired by This
#16. Beautiful pinata Easter eggs
When it is Easter time, the first thing that comes to mind is beautifully designed Easter eggs. Each year people scan all kind of sources to find awe-inspiring Easter egg ideas, but very few can beat pinata eggs. Making these eggs is easy. Apart from big chicken eggs, you will need some various colors of confetti, crepe paper of different colors, a roll of crochet thread to hang the pinata eggs wit, glue, paint brush and some toothpicks.
Source: A Subtle Revelry
#17. BoxHat Corrugated cardboard lampshade
How many of us have thought that the corrugated cardboard box that we are throwing away can be used to make a beautiful lampshade? Making this BoxHat lampshade could be a challenging project, but then the end product is equally rewarding. The key to success in this project lies in the way you cut a corrugated cardboard to make parts of the lamp. There is just one shortcoming in this, the lampshade looks raw. You may spray paint it to make it more attractive.
#18. DIY 3D Photo Pinata
After the Easter Egg Pinata it is time to make one more pinata and this time with a photograph of your friend or family. To make this you will need a photo, crepe papers, white card stock or thick paper to make a box, masking tape, double-sided tape, confetti and candies to fill the box, pencil, scissors and a ruler. It must be noted that the photograph for the pinata should be as large as the front of the box. Once you have all that you need you can follow the step-by-step guide and create your won 3D photo pinata.
#19.Stained glass autumn tree made with nail polish
With a little bit of imagination, a thin metal wire, dark color paper tape, red and orange nail polish and a needle nose pliers you can create a stained glass autumn tree that will force people to ask how did you make it. The process is quite simple and it only involves twisting the metal wire to make loops for leaves and branches, covering it all with paper tapes and applying nail polish to make stained-glass autumn-tree leaves. The key to success in this project lies in how you apply the nail polish to the loop and make the tree stand firm on the table.
Source: Sweet Paul
#20. Toilet Paper roll Family Tree
A well-made paper craft family tree will surely attract the visitors’ attention and will display your family pictures in a proper context. It will also decorate an otherwise mundane wall. Some toilet paper rolls, paints, glue and some family photographs are all you need to turn the toilet paper roll stash into a work of art. They key to success in this DIY craft is the organization and layout of the tree. Cut toilet rolls in small sizes for branches and open them up to make branches and the stem.
Source: No Dime Design
#21. Swarming butterfly chandelier
To create this beautiful butterfly chandelier you will need enough color papers to cut 136 butterflies from it, a butterfly punch die-cut or silhouette digital craft cutter, fishing line, 15-20 yards of ribbon, 14” metal ring, scissors and glue. The key to success in this project lies in how evenly you hang the 136 butterfly pieces with the fishing line. Everything else is comparatively easy.
Source: Heartland paper
#22 .Toilet Paper Wall Art – Flower
With some pieces of toilet paper rolls, glue, colors and a design layout a home decor aficionado can make a work of art that will be worth displaying, as shown in the image below. One can add variety to the art by adding different colors to the inside of the resultant design. A meta-shape can also be made by using colors and aproper layout, so that a shape becomes visible when seen from a distance.
Source: Compartment Life
#23. DIY Concrete tea – light candle holder
This DIY concrete candle holder is perhaps the easiest candle holder project. It will not take much effort on your part. To see this project through, all you need is a couple of glass candle holders, plastic ones will also work just fine, mortar and a container to fill the mortar. You should be careful in choosing the container as this will be the shape of the resultant tea-light candle holder. The key to success in this project lies in the selection of container and quality of the mortar.
#24. DIY Wooden Box Centerpiece
Wood makes an excellent DIY material. It is sturdy, can carry weight, it lasts long and its aesthetic appeal is not something we need any convincing about. In this article, we have talked about using wood to make a candle centerpiece and now it is time to get to know how to create a wooden box centerpiece, which adds up to your decor while adding storage space to your dining table. It can be used to put fruits on the table. The project is simple to execute, but it will require cutting, drilling and measurement tools.
#25. Cardboard Fish Scale Wall Art
First thing first: no real fish scale has been used to make this art possible. The gorgeous wall art has been made using cardboard paper, gum, a MDF board, golden-color spray paint and decorative trim as main ingredients. The following design took 687 pieces of circles which were cut from 19 cardboards. Those were then stapled on a large MDF board. Afterwards, the trim was fixed on all four sides before gold spray paint was applied.
Source: Two Thirty-Five Designs
#26. String Art for the wall
This string wall art may look complex, making it though is a simple affair. To do this, all one need is a canvas, a roll of thread, some acid-free glue, gesso, acrylic paint and a pair of gloves to perform the messy affair. After laying the canvas, mix some water in the gum to make it thin so that it will drip of the thread. The next step will involve dipping a yard or more of the thread, depending on the size of the canvas, and laying it on the canvas the way you want. After it dries out, apply a couple of coats of gesso followed by coloring the entire canvas using the color of your choice. You must allow some time between each step for the thing to dry.
#27. Exploding Box Photo Album
There are all kinds of photo albums around, but none of those steals the show. The winner will always be the exploding box photo album. The design looks intricate, but actually it is easy to make. One just needs to follow a few basic steps. You will require a collection of photographs, 4 pieces of 4”X4” thick paper, pencil, glue, scissors and a ruler to get the most beautiful-looking photo album.
#28. Decorative rose mirror made with egg cartons
Roses can be made of egg cartons. If you do not believe it, you will believe it in a while when you see the steps involved in created a decorative rose mirror made with egg cartoons. To make this mirror, you will need a mirror, a 3mm MDF sheet larger than the mirror, 12 egg cartons, if you are going for a big mirror, but only 5 if you are going for the smaller one, glue and some regular DIY tools. The key to success in this project lies in how you cut the carton boxes to make rose petals from it. You should keep in mind that the MDF board should be large enough to have at least 2-3” space around the mirror to attach roses.eg cartons
Source: Yahoo! Lifestyle
#29. Leather cable organizer
Cables is the unwanted byproduct of technology and managing it is a constant headache for the modern society. There are a few solutions outhere, but those are not as elegant as the one shown below. This is a pretty simple project. It requires only 1/4 yard of leather (or faux leather), snap buttons, and some regular DIY tools for cutting and measuring. The key to success in this project lies in the accuracy with which you cut the leather to make a loop for storing the charger and spaces between the loops.
#30. DIY Lavender bath salts
8 tbsp of sea salt when combined with a mixture of 4tbsp of Epsom bath salt, lavender flower buds and red and blue colorant and when 5 drops of lavender essential oil is added to it, magic is created. The bath salt will be so soothing and refreshing that your bathing time will become the time to anxiously wait for. Follow the link to the project page and read the step-by-step guide to making the lavender bath salt.
#31. Frosty sandblasted sea glass vases
Pottery Barn sells some beautiful sea glass vases but the price tag is discouraging, particularly to DIY geeks who can make one such vase using a flat-tipped paint brush, rubbing alcohol, frost- translucent glass paints and a glass vase or bottle to make your set of sea glass vases like the ones shown below. Although the one shown below has been painted in sea lavender color, you can experiment with colors and embellishments like twains, shells, etc., to give it a personal touch.
Source: Sand and Sisal
#32. Easter Brunch Tablescape
Easter is not complete with Easter eggs alone. No celebration is complete without a proper meal and when it is the Easter meal why not decorate the dining table in the spirit of Easter like the one done below. It will take some work, but the end result will be impressive. To get an Easter brunch table like this, things like lace trimmed napkins in aqua, flowers, wood, multiple decorated Easter eggs, a table runner, decorative bottles, pillar candles, and white china are needed. Like in every other design, certain things can always be played around with.
Source: Bless’er House
#33. Wooden candle holder centerpiece
Lights create and uplift the mood. Proper lighting and light sources accentuate any environment. And despite all the development in modern technology in lightening the romantic appearance of a candle is not lost to mankind, particularly those into DIY. And it is also true that a DIY geek will not like to throw away anything out of his or her home, for they have a hope to convert it into a work of art. The following project gives one such hope to a small piece of wood that you might have kept in your store. The idea is simple and so is its execution.
#34. DIY MODERN POM-POM PILLOW
This exquisite looking modern pom pom pillow is super easy to make. All it requires is a white pillow cover, a handful of pom-pom balls, glue to stick it on the pillow cover or needle and thread if you are a stitching kind and a layout to fix the pom-poms on the pillow. You can give whatever shapes you want.
￼Source: Almost Makes Perfect
#35. Valentine’s Day branch tree
The Valentine’s Day version of this Scandinavian Christmas branch tree will help you woo your love’s object. The project looks complicated, but it is not that difficult to accomplish this. You just need some scrapbook paper in pink and red to cut hearts from, some glitter, pink and red baker’s twine, branches from your backyard, clip-on birds, whiter pitcher and white spray paint. The first step is sizing the branches, which will be followed by spraying it with white paint. Place it in the pitcher and clip the birds on it. Now in the final stage you will need to cut some heart-shapes from the scrapbook papers and attach each heart to a piece of twine. Then hang each one of them to the branches. The key to success in this project lies in the uniformity with which you hang hearts and attach clip-on birds on the branches.
Source: The House That Lars Built
#36. Easter bunny cake
Talking of Easter, let’s talk about cakes. Who does not like a delicious cake? Moreover, if it is a bunny-shaped cake the kids in your family will jump with excitement, making the Easter even more fun. Making a cake like the one shown here is easy for a baking enthusiast. All one need is an 8-inches cake round, some shredded coconut, sweetened, of course, jelly beans for eyes and nose, colored cardboard paper for ears and colored tubs frosting. Just follow some simple steps and the bunny cake will be ready for Easter.
Source: Corner Blog
#37. Catie’s Sunburst Mirror
The sunburst mirror is a craze among DIY enthusiasts and there are quite a few ways to make one, but there will not be many sunburst mirrors that will look as classy as the one made by Catie. The mirror shown below gulped 100 kabob skewers, silver-color spray paint, a circular mirror base and glue. The crucial step in the project breaking the sticks in sets of various sizes and a layout to position them as per the design.
Source: Catie’s Corner
#38. DIY projects – beautiful dream catcher
Ojibwe people believed that a beautifully nested dream catcher will trap the bad dreams, Bawedjigewin, in ins intricate web while allowing the good ones, bawedjige, to come through. Like the Native American people of the past, many believe that a dream catcher can filter dreams to only good thoughts and dreams to enter the mind. This sounds exotic and so does its design, which has been beautifully detailed on the project page. Just follow the link and make your own beautiful dream catcher.
#39. DIY Copper Cutlery Quick Fix
This Super-easy DIY tip is for those DIY geeks who want expensive-looking cutlery without forking out lots of money for that. This is one of the easiest and least time-consuming DIY hacks that you can find anywhere on the web. The requirements are quite simple. Apart from a set of spoons, forks and knives, a DIY aficionado will need a can of molten metallic color. To get this you will need to dip the cutlery into the can of molten metallic color and let it dip dry for some time.
Source: Kara Paslay Designs
#40. Heart-Shaped Wall Corner with Photos
This DIY project idea will not only help you decorate a boring corner in your room, but it will also help you preserve and share the memories. The project requires a set of 32 4X4 photos and glue to fix it on the wall. The beauty of this craft lies in the uniform spacing between the photos and white borders around the photographs which have slightly-rounded corners.
#41. Beautiful plastic spoon lamp
People do not think twice before throwing out use-and-throw plastic spoons. They do not see any practical use of it and as most of them are not DIY geeks they do not know terms like upcycle. Plastic spoons and a bottle when passed through a DIY gaze turn to become a beautiful lamp like the one shown below. The craft is simple to execute. The key to success in this craft lies in the way a DIY aficionado attaches spoons to the bottle to form a fish scale like layer on the bottle.
Source: Future Now
#42. Plastic spoon rose pendant
It is not only a lamp that can be made from plastic spoons. They can also be used as a beautiful pendant. This may sound counter-intuitive, but it will cease to appear so when you follow the steps given on the project page. The steps are simple to take, and all you require are17 spoons of different sizes, a candle and a needle nose piler. The key to success in this project lies in how well you mould a spoon into a petal.
Source: Cut Out & keep
#43. DIY penny wall
Although penny has practically went out of circulation and it has ceased to be useful for financial purpose, it is not altogether useless. It can be upcycled to create a work of art that people cannot help but admire. This is a simple project but takes some time to complete and for this one needs an MDF board, lot of glues and lots and lots of coins, the number will depend upon the size of the wall you will want to build. The first step in the project is arranging the pennies as a DIY geek will want to attach to an MDF board using glue. One can even arrange it in a way to form a figure, when seen from the distance. Then one should apply self-leveling epoxy to give it a cover. The key to success in this project lies in arranging pennies for the project. It took 19, 400 pennies to make the following penny wall, which measure 9×8 ft.
Source: Bella Nest
#44. Penny studded mirror
This is another project idea that uses pennies as a decorative item and unlike the previous one, this does not need so many. Yet the beauty of it is still mesmerizing. The idea is to create a penny mirror and again the number of coins one will need will depend on the size of your mirror. The project is pretty simple. All a DIY enthusiast needs is a large sized mirror, a mirror mount, glue and lots of pennies to form the frame of the mirror. One can also think of applying some kind of laminate once the penny is fixed in its place to give it a smooth feeling. Self-leveling epoxy will be a good option as well.
Source: Honey Sweet Home
#45. Decorative Shelves from Shoe Boxes
There will hardly be anyone who does not buy shoes, but unlike most of the folks, DIY aficionados will prefer to create a killer craft from the shoe box than throwing it away. With a little bit of help from scissors, glue and different shades of spray paints you can use your shoe boxes in crafts that will blow anyone’s mind. One will also need to use a screwdriver and screws to hang the boxes on the wall. The key to success in this craft is the color coordination among the boxes and their alignment.
Source: crème de la craft
#46. Moroccan-Style Wall Stencil
There are so many ways to paint one’s wall, but none of them will excite a DIY geek as much as doing her own thing on the wall. The creation gives more satisfaction than the result. Well, in this case, the result is equally satisfying. To get a wall like the following, all a home-decor DIY enthusiast needs is a hardboard to print a Moroccan style shape on it, which will function as a stencil. The Key to success in this project is the alignment of the shapes one will draw on the wall. For which, one may want to use a level to make a perfectly straight shape every time.
Source: While They Snooze
#47. Clock Table from Dart board and discarded table
Upscaling the use of otherwise discarded products is at the heart of a DIY initiative. The following clock table that was made using a dart board and table bottom bought from the flea market is a conspicuous example of that. This project will require some work as in attaching the top with the bottom, printing the clock design, tracing it on the table top, sanding it, etc., but the key to success in this craft is how neatly you trace the design of the clock on the table top and paint it.
Source: Scavenger Chic
#48. DIY Bird Feeder
Generally, people throw away their old dinner plates and bowls, but DIY geeks turned those into a bird feeder without much sweat. To get this, one would only require a plate, a bowl, a large carriage bolt, some washers, glue and nylon cord to hang it all. You may paint the plates to match your mood, but that is optional. The key to success in this craft is how you drill holes in the plate and bowl without breaking it.
Source: Erin’s Creative Energy
#49. Colorful Paper Easter Wreath
This year’s Easter decoration will look incomplete without this colorful wreath. To make it, you will need some patterned color paper, glue decorative nest, Easter eggs, scissors and a paper cutter. In this design four strips were cut from 14 different types of papers, which were them glued in loops and afterward glued on the wreath form. ￼
#50. Messages on the Easter eggs
For the busy bee who lacks the time to make complex designed Easter eggs, here comes a design that looks as exciting as it does complex, but requires a lot less time. All a person needs is to color eggs and let them dry and then write some pithy messages, which seeing the mood of the festivity, should be funny. The next step is to make stencils from the desired message and use it on eggs. One can also think of cutting out the letters of the alphabet and then writing the actual message with that.
Source: Lovely Indeed
#51. Wine and wood bird feeder
Wine bottles can easily double as a bird feeder and when some wood is thrown in, the feeder looks even classier. You can opt for a complex design but give attention to how the bottle is fixed in the small birdhouse.
Source: Momma Young At Home
#52. Miniature pond for your backyard garden
Without a water body, a backyard looks so dry. This is an easy-to-make mini pond that can be placed anywhere in the garden or patio. For the following kind of mini pond, one will require a water container, some water plants, garden soil, plastic pots, pea gravel and mosquito dunk. The beauty of this project rests in selecting the water plants. The project recommends having emergent, submerged and floater plants.
Source: Birds & Blooms
#53. Paper blooming flower wreath
With the help of different shades of pink cardboard, paper trimmer, glue, bakers twine and 12” cardboard circle you can create a spring wreath that will make any decor come alive. A DIY enthusiast will need to make 80 cones for this project which will be fixed on the 12” cardboard using hot glue. The direction of gluing cones should be from the outer edge to the inside.
Source: Blooming Homestead
#54. Cracked mosaic Easter eggs
This is yet another exciting Easter eggs project. This may look intricate, but it is relatively easy to make. For this project, a DIY geek will need one egg for the base, one hard-boiled egg for the top layer, colors, and glue. The first step is to color the hard-boiled egg and let it dry. Afterwards, take the shell of that egg out by crushing it into multiple different sizes.Now the goal is to glue the bits on the other egg.
Source: Say Not Sweet Anne
#55. Easy peasy DIY bookmarks
For something to be classy, it is not necessary to be complicated. The following bookmark is so easy to make that even a kid can make it. The only step involved in creating this bookmark is the folding of a small sheet of paper in the shapes shown below. One can always add variety to it by choosing different types of papers or doing some drawing on the resultant bookmarks.
Source: Love This Pic
#56. DIY stripped drinking glass
Another quite easy project to undertake is the making of a stripped glass using opaque glass paint and twine or tape. Just wrap the twine on the drinking glass where you would not like to apply paint and then spray opaque glass paint on it. Leave it to dry and remove the twine. A beautiful stripped drinking glass is ready.
Source: Love This Pic
#57. PVC pipe photo frame
Yet another simple DIY project to undertake is the making of a photo frame using PVC pipes. Take PVC pipes of varying diameters, cut them into small pieces and glue them together using industry-strength adhesive. To make this, one would need to use a rectangular wooden frame to give a desired shape to the resultant photo frame, like the one shown below.
#58. Hemp pendant lamps
This set of hemp pendant lamps looks classy and to some it may look like an outrageous DIY project, but then the project needs to be this exciting to make its way in the top 100 most beautiful DIY projects of all time. It must be noted that creating this project is not as difficult as it sounds. It will become suddenly easy when it is shared that the lines of the hemp string were wrapped around different sizes of bouncy balls, which were then inflated and taken out once their work was done.
Source: Crafty Nest
#59. Wood and glass flower vase
With the help of a drilling machine, wood stains and screws, empty bottles and pine wood can create magic. The flower vase, as stated by the creator, takes less than one hour to make. The key to success in this project is the alignment of holes one will drill on the top of the flower vase for the neck of the glass bottle to go inside. The rest is just easy-breezy.
#60. Textured glass vase
When clay ribbon tool cuts the vertical lines on a glass vase wrapped in a sheet of 1CM-thick clay the result is as astounding as the textured glass vase the article is dealing with here. The craft is simple to execute but needs a therapeutic accuracy to produce a vase to flaunt. The supply needed for this craft includes glass vase, air-dry clay, parchment paper, rolling pin, clay ribbon tool and X-ACTO knife. The key to success in this craft is how accurately the vertical lines are cut on the clay-wrapped vase.
Source: Homey Oh My
#61. DIY beaded glass candle holders and vase
When one sees beaded glass candle holders, one goes wow. The supplies needed for this craft have been explained in the image below. The key to success in this project is how a DIY enthusiast makes a pattern with the paint dots on the glass. As explained, the glasses should be left to dry for 24 hours before applying a mixture of glass paint and gloss paint medium.
Source: Damask Love
Source: Homey Oh My
#62. etched wine bottle craft
Talking of easy to execute crafts, we should focus on a super-easy wine bottle craft that will transform any empty bottle in an etched bottle. There are just a couple of steps involved in the project, the most important being to uniformly apply the etching cream on the cleaned-up bottle after fixing the stencil in place. After it is left to dry for 15 minutes, the wine bottle should be rinsed under running water. Now remove the stencil to get an etched wine bottle like the ones shown below.
Source: Saved By Love Creations
Another example of the itched bottle:
Source: Club Chica Circle
#63. DIY LED desk lamp
LED is environment-friendly, as it consumes less energy than the other light sources, so it is doubly efficient to make a LED desk lamp using a LED strip light cut into several pieces and wood blocks, maple wood in this case. It took 13 strips of six-lights each to make the following LED desk lamp.
#64. DIY JEWELER organizer Wall craft
It is yet another simple yet attractive DIY project idea that any DIY enthusiast can execute. To make such a wall craft that doubles as bracelet organizer, one needs pieces of wood or a wooden box, empty beer bottles and something to hang it on the wall with.
The idea can also be extended to creating a wall craft that serves the purpose of hanging earrings, for which, one will need to attach a mesh to the back of the wooden frame.
Source: Decora Trix
#65. DIY concrete block planter
There is always a way to make mundane looking planters into something exciting that will force people to stop and take notice. And this time all it takes is some outdoor colors and stencils to transform a boring planter into a work of art.
Source: Club Chica Circle
#66. Personalized rose table
This is yet another exciting DIY project to upscale a corner table. The first step in the process is to strip the table of the paint using either chemical or a 40 grit sandpaper. This is followed by sanding it with 80 grit and 120 grit sandpaper, respectively to get a smooth surface. The next step is to apply pre-wood conditioner and leave it to dry. In the meantime, one can color the rest of the table. This takes us to next step of applying a vinyl silhouette sticker on the table top and paint it using white color. Take caution in getting thr appropriate size of silhouette cameo for the table top.
Source: Infarrantly Creative
#67. Wine and lace centerpiece
A DIY craft does not need to be complicated for it to be exciting, and some of the project ideas that Homesthetics has shared in this series has proved it. The following wine bottle craft is very simple. All one needs is some empty wine bottles, white paint and lace to decorate the outside of the centerpiece. The key to success in this craft is how the white paint is made to drip in the inside of the bottle.
Source: Hostess with the Mostess
#68. Fabric covered shoe boxes
When one sees a shoe box, one is confronted with two choices: either to throw it away or to upcycle it into a beautiful storage box or a gift box. This project urges you to go with the latter option and your DIY soul will agree with it. Creating beautiful boxes like the ones shown below is not difficult. All you need is fabric, glue and embellishments and cardboard in case you need to make your own box to start with.