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IN Creative ON 20 Oct, 2016
Wish to deck up your home this Diwali and are falling short of time? We may be of help to you. Here are some easy and quick hacks for Diwali Decor 2016. This Diwali be creative.
Exhausted of searching ideas to decorate your home? Don't have time to purchase those fancy lamps and candles? Making all efforts to make your family happy? Wishing you get at least 30 hours of that 24-hour day for everyone else? Busy shuttling between home and office? Barely able to accomplish the mission of Diwali cleaning? Here is a one-stop solution to all of this. Check this out people.
Explore your house to find these amazing uses of easily available things in the house. Put these to the best use and earn accolades from your guests. Moreover, even your kids and family members will be glad to help you with these interesting tricks.
We present to you some out-of-the-box uses of shot glasses for you. Time to take them out of the almirah. Take some fresh flower petals, a small candle and pop them into the glasses as shown. Ahoy, table decor for this Diwali is ready.
#2. Or you can simply place a scented candle in a aglass and tie ribbons and flowers around it.
#3. All you need is some gel wax, beach decoratives such as stars and shells, candle wicks and shot glasses.
Paint the outside half of the shot glass with glue and sprinkle some glitter on it. Let it dry. Place scented candles inside.
Fairy lights and paper cups- all you need for this amazing lighting.
All we need is some innovation.
Some colourful baking paper cups pinned on to fairy lights, results in this vibrant decor.
The waste egg carton can be wisely used to decorate the walls of your house when combined skillfully with fairy lights.
Draw any random pattern on craft paper and pierce on the paper using a thumb pin. Wrap this around a candle or an led, and voila, your lamp is ready.
These are on of the widely found items at home. Add some sand and place a candle inside, then hang them on plants or from ceiling. What a beautiful sight they create!
They look classy.
Glass bottles of wine, ketchup can be craftly used by painting them with opaque or see through colours. To add glamour, fairy lights can be placed inside them.
And you don't plan to use them anymore? Then put them to some artistic use this festival season. Stack and stick them together using glue and your bangles diya is ready.
This is extremely easy and the least time consuming. Just get some marigold garlands and place them craftily as shown. This is eye-catching. It will make your house bright.
You can colour any corner of the house or garden by arranging flower garlands and petals as shown.
Take a fresh well-bloomed flower, an old candle and a spoon. Heat the spoon on a flame and with the back of it press each petal of the flower onto the candle on which you want to stick it. The end-produst is really beautiful.
Make some quilling patterns and stick a candle on it.
Inflate a balloon and spin some glue-dipped string around it. Let it dry. Slowly deflate the balloon and remove it. Lastly, put in a bulb and hang.
Take a hanger, some cling pins and old tins. Arrange them together as shown and place a candle inside. What you get is an innovation
Go ahead and flaunt these tips.
This Diwali use your wine glasses as lamps. Place an led or candle inside them and cover them with any patterned sheet.
Some craft work for you. Do as the photo suggests. A good trick to engage your kids.
And melt some old coloured candles. Place a wick in these shells and pour the melted wax. The result is these vivid candles.
The smell of cinnamon is extremelt purifying. Take some cinnamon sticks and place them around any candle. Lastly, tie them together with string.
Ever imagined the cover of oranges can be put to use? Yes, they can. Scoop out the inside of an orange or sweet lime and put in some molten wax witha wick. And here, your fruit candle is ready.
Put top use some old colourful dupattas. Hang them like this and your house will become a palace.
This tutorial is for a chocolate box. A safe craft for kids.
If this article was of help to you, do recommend to your friends and family. Have a Creative Diwali!