If you love DIY projects, you’re in the right place! These are all budget-friendly and some require very little skill. Come along and see how you can add some DIY decor for very little money!
Recently I had the pleasure of guest posting for the fabulous Carrie at LovelyEtc while she is out on maternity leave. And if you haven’t checked out her gorgeous blog, add it to your list. She has some of the most amazing DIYs and home inspiration! But, I thought it would be a good idea to share my 5 favorite DIY projects with all of you here too.
5 Amazing DIY Projects – Budget friendly and you can do any of these in one day!
I created this simple wreath after seeing so many beautiful ideas on Instagram. I needed something for our bedroom makeover and I wanted greenery, budget-friendly, and easy to DIY. This is a perfect project for a quick afternoon DIY that makes a big impact. I like how simple it looks against the DIY Shiplap.
For the full tutorial to make your own DIY wreath – Click here!
These are by far my favorite DIY to date. I was looking for new lighting for our master bedroom update (you can read all about our results including new shiplap!! – Click here) I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted that I could afford so I made my own for about $40 total for both!!
Check out the full tutorial and step by step instructions to make your own DIY industrial lights – Click here!
I decided on a whim one afternoon to DIY a wooden crate – You can never have enough storage! I used scrap wood and some leftover handles from an old furniture project. This one was completely free to me since I used any leftover stain/wood/nails that I already had laying in the garage. You can’t get more budget friendly than free!
For the full details on this fun DIY wooden crate – Click Here!
I kept seeing these amazing garlands on Instagram and Pinterest and this is by far one of my favorite DIYs! $8 for a few simple supplies that can be found at most any craft store and about 45 minutes and done! I’ve made a few more of these as gifts for friends and I love them!
See the details on how to make your own bead garland – Click Here!
Enamelware is one of my favorite farmhouse styles to use in my decor. I was lucky enough to find a huge enamelware bowl last summer for $5 at a junk store and then another this year for $12. Drill a few holes in the bottom and wallah – you have a planter!