Wow Friends + Family By DIYing Every Aspect Of Your Life With These Easy + Fast Ideas

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When you think of DIY projects, what comes to mind? Chances are, you think about home improvement projects and seasonal decorations that can be created by hand. It’s true that these kinds of projects can greatly enhance your home, but there are so many other DIY projects that can save you money while impressing your friends and family at the same time.

Here are just a few areas of your life that you can DIY that are fast, easy, and fun.


Love cooking in the kitchen? Take baking and making to the next level by creating foods in the kitchen that you didn’t know you can DIY.

Tater tots, English muffins, and raisins? You don’t have to buy them at the store. You really can make them yourself!

Not only will making more items from scratch provide more nutritional value for your family, they make great gifts too. Just imagine how thankful Great Uncle Bill will be when he receives a homemade jar of spicy mustard.

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No one knows camping like Outdoorsy, so you can bet that they’ve got a few ideas when it comes to DIY tricks that will make your next outdoor adventure more comfortable and fun.

When it comes to the kids, create mini terracotta pot fires that are perfect for roasting marshmallows.  If you’re more interested in projects that are all about safety, try creating a power cord cover out of a plastic bucket or wrapping pool noodles around awning arms.

Camping shouldn’t be expensive. DIYing as many aspects of your camping experience as you can will help you keep costs down without compromising on the fun.

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You can spend a fortune at the toy store. And while it’s true that some things, like electronic devices, simply can’t be DIYed, there are plenty of popular toys that you can make yourself.

With the right recipes and materials, you can make:

  • Playdough
  • Magnetic Silly Putty
  • Bubble Makers
  • Lightsabers
  • Slime
  • And more

Get the kids involved and making DIY toys becomes even more fun!

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Bath + Body

It’s not just the kids that can rack up the credit card bills at the toy store, purchasing bath and body products can set you back a pretty penny too.

Don’t skip out on the rest and relaxation you so desperately deserve just because that fancy lotion is a bit overpriced. You can pamper yourself by creating a wide variety of bath and body products at home.

From fizzing bath bombs to lotions, soap, and even cosmetics, there are tons of luxurious DIY ideas that will help you relax and make your skin as radiant as ever.

Don’t think you have to spend a ton of money on the good things in life. Many times, the best things are homemade. That’s because they’re fun to make and they’ll save you money. Not to mention, homemade items are a great way to entertain guests, and they can make great gifts too!

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  1. I agree that it is not only fun to do DIYs but also it can save you money. Not only on creating home decors and crafts but also doinf simple creative tasks with your family, They are our life hacks.

    1. It is true, DIY projects are not only fun and enjoyable for the entire family, they are also great money-saver! Plus, you can even give unique beautiful gifts to your friends and families! A great hack, indeed!

  2. I love DIY projects .. my brother and I used to have main making a bunch of art projects before and it was really fun. First, your creativity will be on its best and second, you will learn how to be practical and resourceful
    it was a great bonding time with your kids or family too!
    thanks for sharing these ideas, this made me think of doing it again with my brother

    1. Yes, it is a great bonding activity for families or siblings, plus you also get to hone your creativity while doing so. A win-win situation even for mums! 🙂

  3. Terracotta pot frying! How cool! I thought marshmallows were never cooked! How is terra cotta made? Is it fired clay? We often get terracotta figurines here in Delhi, so I found this post interesting.

    1. Terracotta pots are made from clay and water and baked in an oven or something similar. Figurines made from terracotta sounds interesting, too! Marshmallows are roasted on fire, along with a bunch of other treats like chocolates and graham crackers, they call these s’mores and are more popular in campings, especially in the US.

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