Roughly 8 years ago, my wife and I got into the habit of completing DIY home projects over the weekend. We’d start with one on Friday evening or Saturday morning and finish everything by Sunday afternoon. The projects we are about to show you are all about making your weekends fun and productive. These projects will not take you more than two days to work on.
Quick and Easy DIY Home Projects You Can Do This Weekend
Make your Weekends Interesting With Quick DIY Home Projects
Shake off the boredom this weekend by making DIY home projects that will keep you busy. You can also do two projects simultaneously. They’re that simple!
Ever made a table out of a rope? Well, check this awesome project out to get things started. More details for this project here.
If you don’t want to create something new in your house, you can always remodel your furniture to make things still look new. A little paint here and there can do wonders. Click here for the tutorial on this project.
This colorful DIY wall art can surely liven up any room. Get more details about this one here.
A detailed pendant light adds accent to your lighting fixtures at home. Apart from being beautiful,it’s also very cheap. You only need a rope to get things started. Click here to know more.
Put your extra mason jars at home to good use, like making it a pendant light. Click here for the full tutorial.
Who could possibly guess that this awesome rock vase is made out of a can of chips? Yes, you heard me right: recycled can of chips. I know you got some at home, so recycle it just like this! Tutorial here.
This baseball rod ends is sporty and stylish at the same time. Add this project to your home, and click here to learn how.
Bring greenery inside your personal space with a DIY terrarium like this. Details here.
Organize all the baseball caps you have at home and place them on a peg board. Make things easy to find with this pegboard organizer. Click here for details.
Your mason jars can also become candle holders. Talk about compact lighting you can place anywhere. Details here.
Add storage to your bathroom in no time with this DIY project. Click here to know how it’s done.
Prepare to have fun as you create your shelf out of Popsicle sticks. You can also decide on which shape to use. Full tutorial here.
This easy-to-make magazine holder is minimalistic and functional. It also blends well with any home design too. Details here.
I can make a long list of uses for mason jars, and my wife loves to have to make something out of them. This project can help in your kitchen storage, and it would be fun if you make it with your kids. Get the tutorial here.
A quick way to solve your storage woes and add a rustic theme to your home would be this project. Get the details here to get you started.
It may look hard to create, but this unique peg lamp is just formed in 5 easy steps. Get the steps here to have your very own lamp.
This is one of my favorite projects ever. This wood-slat doormat is very easy and very useful Easy and useful. Learn more about them here.
Who said DIY projects are all about function? We got art too. A minimalist but noticeable artwork like this will not fail you. Click here for more details.
Wood art is very exciting to work with and the results almost surprise you. Get the details here.
20. Hex Nut Wall Art
Yep, your hex nuts can be used artistically. This wall art will add interest to your space, definitely. Have the step by step process here.
Create these concrete coasters that have intricate details to add spice to your dining area. Tutorial here.
Lighting fixtures are integral parts of our house. Upgrade your outdoor lighting with this project. Don’t worry because it’s easy. Click here for the full tutorial.
23. DIY Floor Pouf
This Ikea hack will have you wanting for more, given these poufs’ design and function for your home. Details here.
Upcycle a copper pipe and make it a part of your kitchen area by turning it a towel holder. Get the easy steps here.
A round shelf? Why not? The function and design of this project is too awesome to be ignored. This would be a great way to get the DIY momentum rolling. Details for this project are found here.
Logs as tea light holders inside the house are just as innovative as mason jar candle holders. Check out the tutorial of this project here.
If you happen to find a log lying around your backyard, don’t throw it away because you can turn it into a kid’s chair. Click here for full instructions.
You don’t need to buy a kid’s lamp at any store. You can make your own! This honey bear bottle lamp is something that we like to give to our nephews and nieces every year. Get the details here.
Logs are so versatile and I love working with them. Check out this awesome lounge made out of logs. Full tutorial here.
Have fun outdoors by creating something beautiful and useful for your yard. Cool concrete stepping stones can totally add appeal to your front yard. Check out the tutorial here.
If you want photos up on your wall but don’t have the time to paste all over the space, a DIY photo clipboard is for you. Details here.
32. DIY Twig Letters
Complete your name, or your partner’s name out of just twigs. Cheap but fun to do, this one adds a rustic appeal to your house. Get the tutorial here.
A useful item made of basic materials, this seems to be a perfect weekend project for you. Get the process here.
These lanterns are waiting to be a part of your home. Details here.
Hang your memories on your wall to keep you reminded of the good times. Get the tutorial here.
Here is a video tutorial from Mist8k showing extremely quick and simple DIY projects you can easily make:
Let your weekends be about relaxation, fun, and interesting activities, like making DIY home projects. What we just showed you are just the tip of the iceberg. We got a lot more coming, so stay tuned.
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