10 Sweet & Simple DIY Presents
Most people don’t drink enough water. Make it a little more fun for your best friend with this DIY glitter tumbler. If you want to include something like this with your bridesmaid asks or in your bridal party thank you gifts, you could even use glitter in your color palette.
For the gal pal that has the most enviable earring collection, this is such a great DIY present. We’re betting that once you’re done, you’ll make another one for yourself.
Want to make each of your moms a memorable thank you present? Press flowers from your bridal bouquet and turn them into beautiful pieces of art for them to hang on their walls.
Is one of your friends notorious for responding with, “I don’t know, what do you want to do?” For your decision-challenged pals, make them these date night decision dice. Super cute and also helpful for girls’ night out, these are a really quick project.
Take your favorite photos from their Instagram and create a Polaroid-inspired gallery wall. It doesn’t have to be this big. If you want, just start with four squares.
Need a gift for someone with a serious sweet tooth? Gifting bags of candy can be a little boring. Jazz it up by creating a cool rainbow effect with their fave sugary treats.
We don’t think a person can ever have enough tote bags, and this modern DIY project is too awesome to pass up. Give this to that friend or family member who is always posting updates about comets and supermoons to their Facebook.
Take an affordable, classic sweater and turn it into an original creation via dip-dyeing. It’s easy, but messy, so make sure you do this in your garage in case something spills. Also, make sure to follow the washing instructions with this tutorial.
We’re huge fans of Ikea hacks for many reasons, but mainly it’s because they are nearly always budget-friendly and easy to achieve. This table lamp is great for a friend with minimalist style and you can make it for a fraction of what you might pay in a home decor store.
For a fellow bride, make her this wedding countdown calendar (something similar would also work for a mom-to-be or student nearing graduation). You’ll get bonus points if you make it in her wedding colors.