Creative DIY Projects That Are Fun and Easy To Make

Just as the ocean never runs out of water, a creative mind also never runs out of ideas. With the help of the internet, people can now share some creative DIY projects for everyone to try. Through online sharing, people are able to expand their creativity by getting ideas and inspiration from other people. And this makes creativity more extensive than before. Here are some creative DIY projects that you may want to try if you’re looking for something fun to do. You may also want to consider these clever ideas on your next small business venture.

 

One look at this elegant patio table and you’d probably think it came from a luxury furniture store. But it’s not. It’s actually made out of two garbage bins and a large pizza pan.

Save your money from buying expensive ice cream maker machines because you can now make homemade ice cream out from plastic bags. You’ll need 2 ziplock bags – a pint-size and a gallon-size. Fill the pint-size bag with a mixture of whipping cream, vanilla extract and sugar. Seal the bag tightly. Put ice cubes in the gallon-size bag and fill it halfway. Sprinkle Kosher salt over the ice cubes. Put the pint-size ziplock bag inside the gallon-size bag and seal it tightly. Massage the ice cubes against the cream and shake it up for 5-10 minutes until the desired consistency is achieved.

Create your own homemade play-dough using only 2 ingredients – cornstarch and hair conditioner. Pour cornstarch in a bowl and add a small amount of hair conditioner to start with. Mix them well and add more conditioner for the desired texture. Use hair conditioners with different colors for variety.

If you prefer body wash over bath soaps but you only have soaps available, don’t worry because you can turn them into body wash. Grate the soap using a cheese grater then add 2-3 cups of water to grated soap. Stir the mixture over medium heat until the soap dissolves and the liquid looks milky. Let it cool for 2 hours. Transfer the mixture into a container.

Create your own monogram clay key-chains with these simple steps. Flatten out a ball of clay using a rolling pin. Use clay cutters of different shapes to cut out the clay. Using your clay embossing kit, load the letters into the stamper and stamp it into the clay. Use a toothpick to poke a hole near the top. Transfer to a baking sheet and bake it at 230F for 40 minutes. After it hardened, use pliers to bend jump rings into the hole.

Brilliant DIY ideas that will save and even gain you some money

 

 

If you think iron-on transfer papers are for shirts only then think again. Turn your sneakers into amazing canvasses with floral designs.

Turn any ordinary glassware into sophisticated planters by painting their interior part with gold paint.

How to achieve this galaxy print shirt? Simply lay out any dark-colored shirt. Mix bleach with water and pour the mixture in a spray bottle. Spray the bleach onto the shirt in random places. Let the bleach dry for 40 minutes or you can use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.

It’s time to bring out those vintage tea cups from the cupboard and create fancy teacup candles that you can actually use. Tape two wooden skewers at each end as the wick support. Lay the skewers across the cup with the wick centered.  Carefully pour the melted wax into the teacup. Allow 4-6 hours to cool then trim the wick.

Make your phone cases come alive. All you need is a wide variety of beads and a super-glue, then let your creativity soar.