Last Updated on March 22, 2020
19. Light Bulb Vase
Upcycle those used bulbs into cute little flower vases using pliers to disassemble the hardware. You can either make a wire stand or hang them using twine — these would be super cute for outdoor gatherings! Check out the detailed tutorial over at The Merry Thought.
20. PVC Pipe Wine Rack
Free up some space and make those wine bottles easy to see and access with a DIY wine rack made out of 4-inch PVC pipe! You can customize it to fit into a cabinet, or simply leave it out on the counter to be admired. Check out the instructions over at Martha Stewart.
21. Maple Leaf Roses
A maple leaf bouquet of flowers will leave everyone amazed! Or, if you don’t have the time on your hands for this project, you can make a single rose just for fun (or to give to your sweetheart). Check out all of the step-by-step photos and instructions over at Shelterness.
22. Yarn Eggs
Yarn, balloons, and glue! That’s it. This is a really fun holiday decoration to make. I’ve also see these done filled with candy, stickers, and mini toys. Simply fill your balloons with treats before blowing them up, and give them away as gifts, or let the kids have fun finding them hidden around the house. Check out the full tutorial over at Happy Hour Projects!
23.Water Balloon Luminaries
Use water balloons and candle wax to create beautiful luminaries! What I really like about this project is that you simply fill them with tea light once they arse finished, so they should last for a long time. You can see the full tutorial and step-by-step photos over at Candle Tech.
24. DIY Lace Lamp
If you can find a few doilies or lace table cloths at a thrift store or flea market, this project will cost you next to nothing! Next to the actual electrical parts, a round party ballon and wallpaper glue is all you will need to make this gorgeous hanging light! Check out the instructions over at Dos Family.