Let there be Light:
We do need those bright lights to glam up Diwali so here is a simple DIY you can do with mason jars (old jam bottles) of any size, these gift bags and some LED fairy lights, which are battery operated as they generate less heat in comparison to plug in fairy lights. Do remember, to turn off the LED lights from time to time to avoid over heating.
All I did was insert the bottle in the gift bag and the lights inside the glass bottle. Secured it with some tape. I also did another version with some lace trim on it. It looks pretty during the day but with the lights on it looks magical.
Let there be flowers:
The Marigold flowers add the right amount of colour and festive mood by its sheer presence. Here I stringed it with these simple yet pretty doilies and some glue. You could make a few and drape them to make it just a little different than just marigold garlands. The white and yellow offset each other beautifully.
Let there be Art:
A Painting can change the look of a particular space just by popping it there. Painted these series of small canvas painting, they are cute and compact and make great gifting option too! Which did you like the most?
Let there be cosy corners:
All festivals can get a little overwhelming with all the cleaning, shopping, food, gifts and decorations. If it does maybe you add the décor element only to a few cosy corners making them stand out.
Diwali is all of the above but above all it’s about the family and the special time we spend with them. Hope you like these Diwali DIY décor ideas. Wishing you all a Happy Diwali full of happiness and glee.