9 Simple Homemade Gift Ideas

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15 CHRISTMAS & WINTER DIY Projects [Simple crafts and ideas]

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Drink Candles

Get your life together with the Nifty Organization Journal: bit.ly/2AYkXm2 Here is what you'll need! Drink Candles Candle Ice Cubes MATERIALS: Small pot Clear candle gel Silicone spatula Silicone square mold Cutting mat Knife INSTRUCTIONS 1. Place clear candle gel in a small pot and melt according to package instructions. 2. Carefully pour gel into square silicone molds. 3. Let gel cool to harden. 4. Remove harden gel from the mold. 5. Cut into squares to create “ice cubes” for the drink candles. Cola Candle MATERIALS: Pint glass Candle wick Hot glue Clothespin Melted candle gel Fragrance oil Amber candle dye INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Apply a small amount of hot glue to the base of a candle wick. 2. Place the candle wick in a pint glass. Push down the wick with a stick to secure it in place. 3. In a small pot combine melted candle gel, fragrance oil and amber candle dye. 4. Carefully pour candle mixture into pint glass. Fill up about ⅔ of the glass. Use a clothespin to hold the wick in place. 5. Add candle ice cubes to the glass. 6. Fill the rest of the glass with the melted candle mixture. 7. Let cool. 8. Trim the wick before using. Margarita Candle MATERIALS: White tealight Melted candle gel Margarita glass Candle wick Hot glue Fragrance oil Green candle dye Yellow candle dye INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Break a tealight in half and remove the wick. Cut the tealight into small pieces to resemble margarita salt. 2. Dip a margarita glass in melted candle gel to coat the rim of the glass. While the gel is still hot, dip the glass in the tealight bits to coat the rim of the glass. 3. Attach a wick to the center of the margarita glass. Secure with hot glue. 4. In a small pot combine fragrance oil, green candle dye and yellow candle dye. 5. Carefully pour the mixture into the margarita glass. Fill the glass ⅔ of the way. 6. Add candle ice cubes to the glass. 7. Fill the rest of the glass with the melted candle mixture. 8. Let cool. 9. Trim the wick before using. Beer Candle: MATERIALS: Melted candle gel Fragrance oil Amber candle dye Yellow candle dye Beer mug Candle wick Clothespin Hot glue Melted white candle wax Hand mixer INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Attach a wick to the base of a beer mug with hot glue. 2. In a small pot combine melted candle gel, fragrance oil, amber candle dye and yellow candle dye. 3. Carefully pour the candle mixture into the beer mug. Leave about half an inch at the top of the mug. Use a clothespin to hold the wick in the middle of the glass. 4. In a small mixing bowl pour out a small amount of melted white candle wax. You can melt down old tealights. Using a hand blender carefully whip the candle at a low speed, until the wax begins to cool and resemble drink foam. 5. Carefully spoon the foam candle wax to the top of the beer. Drizzle some foam to the side of the glass for added decoration. 6. Let cool. 7. Trim the wick before using. Tequila Sunrise Candle MATERIALS: Melted candle gel Fragrance oil Red candle dye Yellow candle dye Hurricane glass Candle wick Clothespin Hot glue White tealight INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Attach a wick to the base of a hurricane glass with hot glue. 2. In a small pot combine melted candle gel, fragrance oil and red candle dye. 3. Fill the hurricane glass about ⅓ of the way with the red candle mixture. 4. Add candle ice cubes to the glass until the glass is half full. Hold the wick in place with a clothespin. 5. In a small pot combine melted candle gel, fragrance oil, yellow candle dye and one white tealight. Remove the wick from the tealight before adding it to the mixture. Mix the wax until the tealight has fully melted into the mixture. 6. Carefully pour the yellow mixture into the hurricane glass. Fill the glass about ¾ of the way. Give glass a gentle stir. 7. Add candle ice cubes to the glass. 8. Fill the rest of the glass with the melted yellow candle mixture. 9. Let cool. 10. Trim the wick before using. Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeednifty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/40827 MUSIC Get In On Time_FullNoVox Licensed via Warner Chap

8 Easy Ways To Add Storage To A Small Living Room

Get your life together with the Nifty Organization Journal: bit.ly/2AYkXm2 Here is what you'll need! Adding Storage Space In Your Small Living Room 1. Hidden remote storage Keep your remotes from cluttering your living room by hiding them under your coffee table. Attach one side of a velcro strip to the back of your remotes and the other half to the underside of your coffee table. 2. Make a simple side table Upcycle a crate as a cute but functional side table. Store things like extra pillow, blankets and books in the lower shelf, and use the top as a convenient table top surface. 3. DIY Rope basket Materials Cardboard box Twine Hot glue Large pillow case Instructions 1. Ensure the bottom of the cardboard box is secure. If necessary, add tape. Push the flaps of the box inside to create and open box. 2. Starting at the bottom of the box, apply a small amount of hot glue and attach the end of the twine. Carefully add lines of hot glue to box and attach the twine, working upwards. Continue to loop twine around the box until it’s a few inches away from the top. 3. Cuff a pillowcase halfway down or until you reached the desired size for the lining of your box. 4. Line the box with the pillowcase, covering the exterior cardboard. 4. Finally get board games organized Tidy up your board games and puzzles by stacking them in pot organizers. 5. File holder shelf Turn a wooden file holder into a shelf by drilling it sideways into a corner wall. Use your new makeshift shelves for magazines, remote controls, extra blankets, or knick knacks if you're tight on space and want some custom storage space. 6. DIY sofa table Materials 1 plank wood, equal to length of couch 4 staircase spindles cut to height of couch 8 “L” brackets Jigsaw Sanding paper Wood stain 1 extension outlet Instructions 1. Place the outlet on one of the ends of the plank and trace the perimeter. 2. Use your jigsaw to cut out that square you traced. 3. Use the L brackets to attach the 4 “legs” (spindles) to your table. 4. Stain or paint the entire table. 5. Once dry, put the outlet into the hole you made in the plank. It should be tight enough that the outlet does not fall through. 7. DIY Wine Crate Coffee Table Materials 4 wine crates 1 square peg board (27"x27" or the size of your table) 4 6-inch table legs Wood glue Clamps Strong tape Sandpaper Wood stain (optional) Instructions Arrange four wooden crates together on their sides, with the openings facing out (creating shelving). There should be a small empty space at the center. Glue the sizes together with wood glue, and secure with tape until dry. Cover the top with wood glue, and lay the peg board down, clamping it into place. Place a ring of wood glue on the tops of each table leg, and push them into the corners of the peg board. Let dry overnight. Sand down all corners and edges of your table. Wipe away dust with a damp cloth. If desired, you can add two coats of stain to give it a finished look, or to match other furniture. Enjoy you new coffee table! 8. DIY Convertible Storage Cube Seat SUPPLIES 4 18x18 planks, 1-inch thick 2 16x18 planks, 1-inch thick Wood glue INSTRUCTIONS Assembling The Cube 1. Make the perimeter of your cube by using wood glue to attach two 18x18 planks and two 16x18 planks. Once the wood glue is dry, reinforce the glued areas with nails every 2 inches. 2. Apply glue to the edges to the wood and place a 18x18 plank on top. Once the wood glue is dry, reinforce with nails. 3. Sand down the entire cube. 4. Wipe off any debris left from sanding. 5. Prime, stain and seal the wood. 6. Screw 4 wheels to the bottom of the cube. Creating The Cube Lid 1. Repeat steps on a separate 18x18 plank. 2. Create a seat cushion by using spray adhesive to attach a 16x16 piece of foam to a ¼-inch thick piece of wood. 3. Upholster the cushion with durable fabric and a staple gun. 4. Map out a 16x16 space in the center of the 18x18 piece of wood. 5. Sand slightly, wipe away the excess shavings, and add glue the upholstered cushion to the 16x16 space on the lid. Allow 24 hours to fully dry

$1 DOLLAR TREE GIFT IDEAS (not tacky)! 🎄 Huge Haul & New Finds!

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