why buy it when you can make ityourself

Do you wish you were creative and could decorate your house the way it looks in magazines, and not get bankrupt in the process? Don’t worry, we’ve got the perfect starting slate for you. Impress your family and friends with beautiful statement pieces and make them wonder how you did it. Also, a personal touch will make your house feel even more like home.

We’ve rounded up few DIY decor ideas to show you how to decorate with style without spending a fortune. The best part of these is that they can be done in a couple of hours! So, roll up your sleeves and get cracking.

Make your own frame:

Choose your favourite motivational quote that can uplift your mood and that you wouldn’t mind seeing everyday at the corner table at home.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Poster Board
  • Letter Stencils
  • Paper Cutter
  • Tape
  • Patterned Fabric
  • Vintage Frame
  • Pencil, Eraser

What to do:

Step 1: Lay a piece of poster board on a flat surface. Use letter stencils to spell out the quote you picked, you can experiment until you like the placement.

Step 2: Spell out the quote backwards, then flip the stencil over. Trace the letters onto the board with a pencil.

Step 3: Carefully cut out the letters with an paper cutter, then use hem tape to stick a patterned piece of fabric to the poster board. Flip the poster board over to reveal the work and then frame it.

Mason Jar Soap Dispenser:

Repurpose the classic Mason jar as a soap or lotion dispenser in your bathroom. It can add a classic touch to an otherwise boring bathroom, or even introduce an old-world charm to the space.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Mason Jar
  • Old Lotion Bottle Pump
  • Drill and Bit
  • Pencil

What to do:

Step 1: First measure and mark the center of the jar’s lid.

Step 2: Using a 1/2″ high-speed steel drill bit, drill a hole to fit the width of a soap dispenser pump. You can also use pumps from old lotion bottles.

Step 3: Fill the jar with liquid soap, screw the lid back on, and insert the pump. You may need to trim the bottom of the pump to fit your jar.

Patterned paper clock:

Do you have an old and boring wall clock that’s been bugging you? Patterned paper is all you need to spruce it up and create an eclectic clock that expresses your tastes!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Screwdriver
  • Wall Clock
  • Patterned Paper
  • Pencil
  • Craft Glue

What to do:

Step 1: Use a screwdriver to pop off the clock’s backing and battery, then lift out the face. Gently remove the hands, nut, and washer with pliers. Set aside all parts, noting their order for reassembly.

Step 2: Trace the shape of the clock face onto your wallpaper or printed art, then cut out the circle. Center the paper atop the face, patterned side facing out, and secure with craft glue.

Step 3: Use a T-pin to poke a hole through the paper for the clock hands; reassemble all parts and hang.

String Art:

Stringing is one of the more meditative arts. It’s a tricky sort of balance between knitting and sculpting clay charms. But with enough practice you could create a true masterpiece.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Wooden Plaque
  • ¾ inch nails
  • Hammer
  • String
  • Patterned Print

What to do:

Prep: Begin by painting a blank basswood plaque with two coats of semigloss, allowing one hour of drying time between coats. Let dry overnight.

Step 1: Download any art you want, it can be a rabbit, dog, horse or even an apple template and resize it to fit your wooden frame. Print and cut.

Step 2: Center the shape on your plaque and tape it down. Following the marks indicated on the template, hammer 3/4-inch brass nails 1/4 inch deep into the plaque. Also you’ll need between 50 and 80 nails for each animal,then tear away the paper.

Step 3: Double-knot the loose end of a spool of 0.035-inch waxed cord to the bottommost nail. Working clockwise, stretch the cord to the next nail, loop around once, and pull taut; repeat for all nails to form the animal’s outline. After you return to the initial nail, continue stretching and looping, working across and diagonally at random points, to fill the outline shape. Once you are satisfied, tie a double knot to the nearest nail and cut the cord.

Which one are you going to start with? Let us know!

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