This is one of the best times of the year, when we spend time with family, smell the air charged with the scent of Diwali candies and light up our homes with diyas. But there’s one question that always stresses us out every year: What do you plan to give your friends and family? If you are planning gifts for your loved one this Diwali, why not do it in a way that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. Here are some DIY gift ideas that are sure to impress your loved ones without putting too much strain on your wallet.
There are many things you can do with leftover candle wax. One of them is that you can use it to make other candles. Homemade candles are a great DIY gift idea for any occasion. It’s fun, creative, and inexpensive to make candles at home. This DIY candle gift can be modified to suit individual tastes, making it a truly original gift for anyone on your list.
Treat loved ones with amazingly designed colorful cushion covers. See the magic happen when you reuse used rags instead of throwing them in the trash. Just take your home sewing machine, let your creativity run wild, and customize the cushion covers in any color and style you want.
If you want something more unique, try making wall decor crafts from different things you have in your house like paper boxes, bottles, cards, jars, glass bottles, wood and books. You can also use shredded colored papers, old magazines, or even torn posters to create beautiful wall decorations for your friends’ house.
Use your jute scraps by making braided jute coasters. You can easily make these coasters at home. Braided jute coasters can be used to give a new look to your table setting. These cute braided jute coasters are easy to make, fun to give, and eco-friendly!
Make your own personalized eco-friendly bath bombs! These organic bath bombs can be customized to suit your needs and preferences. The options are endless when using natural scents and essential oils in bath bombs. They are very easy to make and can be a nice reward for a hard day’s work, a way to wind down in the evening, or a nice gesture to give to a friend or family member.
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