I hope these ideas have been helpful to you and I’ll be happy if you pick one project and do it yourself.
1.Love listening to music but hate how your headsets look. Use this easy DIY track, all you need is thread, a specific color or just colorful thread. It will be as if you have new headsets.
2.Make your own necklace using thread, beads and any kind of decoration you want to add. This is great because you can finally customize it to suit your specific needs and to try to get the look you have been wanting but not been able to afford.
3.Reuse your old bangles to make new chick ones. Add a few penchants to the bangle to add flavor, might be a leaf or a bird or shoe, anything you feel rocks your boat.
4.Bangles with touches of gold will forever be in season. Make your own and stay up to date with the trends. If you are not a fan of gold you can always do silver or spray paint them black. Black too is a safe option.
5.Make heart rings by bending wires into cute adorable little hearts. You can make these to add to goodie bags or just simply to make friendship rings. It would be a good memory to have with you knowing someone cared enough to take the time to make one for you.
6.Dream catchers are what every little girl needs; these are great because they are heart shaped so they have a feminine touch you can hang these over the wall in front of a bed or in the ceiling. Follow this easy step by step tutorial to get you on your way to catching dreams.
7.Water colored clothes always have a great look, why not spice up your plain boring sweater with this easy DIY trick. Get ready to get a bit messy but it will all be worth it in the end.
8.If you have a plain t shirt and you are getting tired of it, why not make it seem as good as new. Draw out a specific design you think will look great and get to cutting.
9.Redecorate your mugs by getting creative; all you need is a few felt pens and your great imagination. Write your favorite quotes or maybe even song lyrics or a doodle or pattern that you love.
10.This idea is a great addition to your table top. Use thread, color it and leave enough room in the center to place a small jar of water to make a stylish vase.