Paper lanterns, colorful cushions, fairy lights, diyas, candles and what not? Diwali is on its way, after all! And no Diwali goes without trying our hands on a few DIY Diwali decor tricks. Here are a few ideas that would surely bring you into a festive mood. Try and enjoy!
A quick DIY lantern
Looks amazing, no? Well, this is just made up of a used plastic bottle and rope! You can keep this above a candle for some magical lighting, or alternatively, use it as a hanging lantern.
2. A catchy Diwali banner
Diwali, the festival of lights and decoration cannot just go complete without a catchy Diwali banner at the entrance. This Diwali try your hands on this quick DIY banner which is sure to turn heads of your guests!
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3. Colorful diyas
What Diwali is without some hand decorated and personalized diyas? Use those old school paints and brushes and bring your creativity out.
4. How about quilled candles?
Not only are they easy to make, but look colorful, eyecatchy and traditional. And above all, they are so simple to make. You can watch the video here to learn how to make quilled candles. You can also purchase these here.
5. A fairy entrance
Want to try something new? Just make the best use of fairy lights as shown above and embed them with your favorite pics in between. It is sure to look wonderful.
Here is another version for your bedroom:
6. Want to try bangles diya?
We all have a lot of spare bangles at home. Collect them all, it is the right time to put them to some good use. Make a circular base out of a cardboard and stack one bangle over the other on it. Fix them properly with fevicol, and you are done!
7. Easy lantern
Blow a balloon and apply fevicol on it. Cover the balloon with rope in some random zigzag patterns. Once everything is on place and well fixed, burst the balloon by pricking a needle, and voila! You have your lantern ready. Wasn’t it super easy?
How many of these DIY diwali decor tricks are you going to try? Shout out in comments!
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