11 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Makeover

11 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Makeover 2

11 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Makeover 2

I don’t remember the last time that I saw a kitchen the way it first came when it the house was bought. There is always a need to make it as much personal as possible. I remember all the weird and interesting designs. Nobody minds going back to the days of how things use to be but we are living in the modern age where everything needs a touch of our own. Kitchen makeovers are as complex as the size of the room. The bigger the kitchen, the more input that is needed.

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1.[ CandySleighs ]

Well, for each candy-sleigh, just tie up two candy canes, several bars of chocolate or other flat-shaped candy and some wrapping ribbons, and maybe some double-stick tape to better affix the pieces together. For the adventurous, it could even slide on snow and ice outside. Yes, you can be sleighing in no time at all.

2.[ Snowman Made of Plastic Cups and Household goods ] Don’t worry, this snowman is easy to put together. Even better, this snowman can be made anytime of the year and placed anywhere indoors or outdoors. It will never melt and it will stand up to any situation such as bad weather or a curious pets. All that’s needed are about eight to one hundred small plastic cups (preferably transparent or white), stapler, hot-glue gun, colored cloth or paper and some creativity.

3. [ Molded Ornaments made from Peppermint Candy ] Peppermint is the best flavor for celebrating the holiday season, and peppermint candy is the best snack you can decorate with and eat too. Do you think candy is normally ornamental, a good thing to decorate with? Well, we are here to change your mind. Of course candy can be an ornament somewhere, above the fire-place, hanging on a tree or anywhere you can think of. The trick is to mold the candy into a shape so it will look less like candy and more like a small piece of art. Just get some metal cookie cutters or metal ornament molds, melt some candy pieces into the mold, wait to let cool, tie a string on the mold, and bam. You will have great edible ornaments for your home and family or even as gifts.

4. [ Sparkly Crystal Ball of Strings Ornament ] This sparkly homemade trinket will brighten your day and night all the time. They are attractive and add pizzazz to all areas of one’s home. These are quite simple to make out of some string, glue, glitter and a small balloon. There so easy to make that you might want to make a bunch of them. After making a few of these crystal balls, you could even tie several of them together to make yet another new decorative item.

5. [ CrayonWax candles in Cups ] Wouldn’t you like to shed some light on a task or in a room with colorful alternative to using expensive electrical lighting? And at the same time, use up the many short crayons that are hard to draw with anymore? Sure, wouldn’t we all. Well, we are going to make some candles in common cups with wax crayons. Ideally, there can be four to five layers of wax in the candle cup. You can mix and match any crayon color to make new colors or maybe even create swirls. Just get some transparent glass cups, non-toxic wax crayons and candle wicks. Put the wick in first. Get a separate cup to melt each one collection of crayons, and pure the molten wax into a candle cup. After a few rounds of that, you’ll have a colorful useful candle.