44 Diwali DIY Decoration Ideas (You Must Try)





The season of lights and joy is here. Yes, the festival of Diwali is getting closer and it is the right time for you guys to make some amazing plans with your family and friends. Before moving on to the other plans, it is important for you to set the right ambiance in your room to experience the true spirit of Diwali in your home. Diwali is more than just a festival; it is an emotion. The old- world charm of the traditional diyas, the beautiful lanterns casting different patterns of light, and the colourful Rangoli designs will totally amplify the mood of this festival.

However, this time become a little more experimental and creative while choosing your Diwali décor. In other words, this year your Diwali décor is going to be really unique and different because you are the one who is going to making it. Don’t worry guys as it is pretty simple. Also, making your own Décor will enable you to flaunt your own personality and style. For instance, if you love nature, then you can use ‘green’ as the base colour for all of your decorations. Consequently, your house will look like a magical jungle which you would never want to leave. Likewise, if you are a beach person, then you can make blue diyas and lanterns to bring in the feel of the ocean into your home. In short, making your own Diwali décor will leave you with a large scope to experiment.

Also, it is much more creatively satisfying than purchasing decors from the shops. Also, making your decorations will save you a lot of time and money. In other words, you don’t have to rush out to the stores at the last moment to buy all the decoration items. Instead of the last-minute purchases, you can peaceful make your own decoration items at your home. Also, home-made ones will be much more cost-efficient when compared with the decoration items purchased from the outside.

Another important point to note is while making your own Décor, you can use empty bottles, newspapers and old paints to bring in your own twist to the conventional décor items. For instance, you can paint your Diyas in your favorite colours. Also, you can make your own lanterns by using old wine bottles in your house. Instead of using artificial colours for making your Rangoli, you can use flowers. In short, home décor is all about innovation and experimentation power within yourself. All you need is a little bit of trust, imagination and a lot of ideas. Give below are a few ideas for making your own décor. Go ahead and start having fun even before the festival of Diwali actually begins. 

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https://homemakeover.in/diwali-rangoli-design/

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http://thecraftyangels.com/pistachio-shell-candle-holder-tutorial/

http://www.inspiredbride.net/diy-paper-dahlia-the-oversized-paper-version-of-the-beloved-spring-flower/

https://thechampatree.in/2016/10/07/diwali-decoration-ideas/

https://artsycraftsymom.com/40-diwali-ideas-cards-crafts-decor-diy/

http://thecraftyangels.com/colorful-paper-lantern-tutorial/

http://www.myindianversion.com/2015/11/diwali-festival-decorations-at-my-home.html#more

http://thecraftyangels.com/pistachio-shell-candle-holder-tutorial/