Set the mood this season with these DIY candle holders. We felt so inspired by the aluminum sheets we used to make a DIY coaster set– another of our seasonal DIY gift ideas, that we decided to use the metal sheets in another do-it-yourself gift idea. These aluminum candle holders make the perfect present for someone who has a unique or eclectic style. Put them next to a bathroom tub, on the fireplace mantel or surprise a loved one by pairing this gift with their favorite scented candle. You’ll love the way this finished project looks once you see how easy they are to make!
Here are the step-by-step instructions.
We love a good monogram, so it’s no surprise that for our DIY gift ideas series, we have painted letters. Wooden letters are a decor element that can easily add a personal touch to any room in your home. Create a monogram, or spell out a holiday message – this project is completely customizable with just a few simple materials.
We did this project two ways– the “joy” sign with the letters hanging from ribbons, and as single monogram letters that can be hung on a wall.
This time of year, any green thumb or gardening enthusiast will appreciate a glimmer of the warm spring days that are to come! Here’s one of our DIY gift ideas for Christmas (but this gift idea works any time of year) that’s perfect for the gardener in your life. It’s a gardening kit packaged in a customized chalkboard terra cotta pot. Include a handwritten note and a gift card for extra thoughtfulness.
There’s probably someone on your Christmas list who would benefit from a mini desk makeover. Here’s one of our DIY gift ideas that will be perfect. You can knock out this DIY desk organizer in an afternoon, and give your loved one the gift of organization and peace of mind!
These DIY coasters make an easy gift that can be used year-round. This project is one of our DIY gift ideas that are fun to make and give. You may decide to keep them yourself to add a little sparkle to your holiday table.
We decided to go with a less conventional take on coasters by using uncommon materials– such as decorative aluminum sheets. When you finish this project you’ll want to give this mixed-metallic coaster set as a hostess gift or even use them in your own Christmas parties!
Here are the step-by-step instructions to make this set of four coasters.
We’ve invited lifestyle and decor bloggers to give us their take on The Home Depot’s monthly Do-It-Herself Workshops. Recently, the DIH Workshop in Home Depot stores across the country focused on making a Pinterest-inspired Monogram Wreath.
Here, Aimee Lane of Its Overflowing shares her Monogram Wreath tutorial. It’s a cute and clever “wreath” to welcome guests into your home over the holiday season. This simple DIY project uses wood, a DREMEL Multi-Max Power Tool, spray paint, and a bit of Christmas sprigs.
A wreath is the perfect way to welcome friends and family into your home. I am so excited to show you in a few easy steps, how to make a pretty, personalized wreath to enjoy throughout the holidays. I am a huge fan of anything is monogrammed, and the beauty of this monogram wreath is it can be adapted to work in every season!
There’s something about handmade decorations that really make the holidays special. Any project, no matter how big or small, will impress your guests! Family and friends will appreciate your efforts to make this holiday season even more special than the last. And they really don’t have to know that your projects are easy as pie!
For our DIY Decor series, we have a Christmas craft idea great for decorating during the holidays– a rope light sign spelling out the word joyful. You can adjust the project to your specifications, of course, and try it out with any word! Merry, Jolly, Joy, even Ho Ho Ho could work with this technique.
These chalkboard mugs are one of our DIY gift ideas for the holiday season. It’s such a simple and fun DIY project that you’ll want to make these for everyone! Give these mugs away to friends and family as Christmas gifts, or create a collection of these mugs to use at home. Place teabags or hot cocoa mix inside the finished mug for a festive touch to this simple gift idea.
Here are step-by-step instructions!