DIY Projects To Try For 2019
There is never a shortage of DIY projects for you to try out every year. More people are drawn to plans for their home that they can do themselves. Especially if you are on the creative side, doing a DIY project at least once a month will be a perfect way for you to relax. This article will give you DIY projects to try out for 2019.
Ceramic Cup Succulents
Succulents have become a widely loved trend today. In almost every home that you will visit, you may find a succulent here and there. With the advent of these small potted plants, the market for plastic plants has slowly decreased. More than just the aesthetic value of having real plants in your home, there are also health benefits that it brings along.
However, most of these succulents tend are in ordinary pots. You can make it a little bit more unique by putting a nice twist that you can DIY. Check your pantry for any vintage tin cans, teacups or mugs that you may no longer be using, and use these to plant your succulents!
Jar terrariums are almost like the succulents, except that you are creating a mini garden in a jar. Making a terrarium can be quite a specialized skill, but if you have the patience for this, it can be a very great DIY project that you will slowly work on! When you see the final result and how it can make your house look better, you will feel that all the effort that you put into creating it are all worth it.
Concrete Flower Pot
Concrete flowerpots are a new trend for today! Gone are the days when flowerpots were limited only to the ordinary clay pots that you buy, or the plastic ones in your home depot. Last year’s trend was on the basket/weave flowerpots. For this year, you can start the trend of a DIY concrete flowerpot. All you have to do is purchase a hollow block, finish it and make it look smoother and well polished, then plant your greens in!
Tree Stump Chair Or Table
This project is more for the boys. If you love word working, or anything that has to do with trees, then a DIY chair or table will be an excellent project idea for you! If you have any tree stump lying around, waiting to have a use, chop this up to the height of a table, chair or stool. After doing so, polish the tree stump!
Lace Candle Holders
Jar candleholders are now a thing of the past: you can now go for more elegant options such as creating your lace candleholders! Most of you probably will not put much thought and effort into your candleholders, as you might feel that for as long as it serves its purpose, then it is fine. But no – a lace candleholder will make your room look and feel more elegant!
You can DIY a lace candleholder in steps as easy as 1,2,3. All you have to do is wrap lace around a glass candleholder, glue it up, and there you go!
Coin Mosaic Table
If you are a coin collector, a coin mosaic table is an excellent DIY project to work on this year. Put all those coins to good use, by preserving it as a part of history! All you need is a plain wooden table, glue gun, all your coins, and glass. Glue all your coins to the table, and cover it with glass! This DIY project will also help you create an excellent focal point in your home; it will surely be a conversation starter when guests come over to visit.
Whether you are creative or not, there is always a DIY project for you to explore. All you need it a little bit of patience and hard work, then you will find yourself enjoying being immersed in projects that are fun to do! Working on DIY projects is an excellent way to relax your mind.