Create lights this Diwali by Doing It Yourself!
Diwali splurging has already started with a bang. Yes, the festival of lights is just around the corner and Catch Now has come up with out of the box DIY Diwali Diyas ideas for dazzling your home with lights. You must have started cleaning your house already and decoration must be on your mind. So, while the market is flooded with Diwali lights, diyas and candles, there is something beautiful and special in creating your own and recycling waste items.
DIY GLASS JAR LANTERNS
If you have an empty bottle (we are sure by now you must have collected Kenventers bottles) or take any mason jar and put led lights or fairy lights in the jar connected to a battery and you are done. place your bottles all around the boundaries of your house entrance
Just like the way you made glass jar lanterns, you can make a paper bag lantern in a similar way. Nowadays paper bags are available in high quantity and very beautiful ones too. Hence you wouldn’t face much of a problem doing that. You can customise your own paper bags too.
From orange peels, salt doughs to egg shells, there is a whole lot of material out there available to make some gorgeous candles. Festival of lights is definitely incomplete with some colourful candles and here you go.. Cheapest and easiest way to brighten your houses with that golden flame is to add some candle wax and lit your own diyas.
Add a beach-inspired touch to your home this Diwali. Bring together all those seashells you have been collecting from your trips to Goa. And then add some candle wax with essential oil on the base of a shell with a bud coming out. Well, there you find a very new kind of light for Diwali 2016!
Want some heavenly fragrance with lights with necessary oil collections and rustic looking candles. All you need for the making of this candle is some unscented candles, twine and some cinnamon twigs.
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