Even if you don't have a hammer, you can do a DIY weekend warrior with imagination and a little spare time.
There's a lot to do. it-
Samira Gagne, Canada's Home Depot trends, colors and design manager, says your own project is easy to get.
Even small updates can have a big impact.
They can also save you money, and they're fun at the same time --
Whether it's building an elevated garden, a closed driveway, or an updated deck.
"There will be a sense of accomplishment to start and accomplish something," said Gagne . ".
"You can say 'Wow, this is what I did, it's great '.
"It's also a learning experience," added Shannon hammer, sales manager at Canada's law.
"Anyone motivated to ask questions, research products and learn new skills can complete the DIY project.
"Spend a little time researching ideas online, getting inspiration before you start, and learning how --to tips.
Look at websites like apartmenttherapy.
Com or pinterest.
For example, you can find DIY projects here.
Get all the information and instructions from patching old furniture to upgrading Pringles cans to a beautiful piggy bank.
These are just a few simple weekend DIY projects that get you started. 1.
Time: 2 hours redial: wallpaper, double-
"This is one of my favorite things," Wnetwork's design expert Janette Ewen and Ty Pennington said in the box . ". “It’s so easy.
How to: pick up a roll of wallpaper or ask for some finished product and slide out from behind the shelf. (
You may need to unscrew it. )Use double-
Double sided tape covered with wallpaper.
Reassemble your "new" shelves. 2.
Doll your outside door Time: 2-
Samira Gagne of Home Depot said, adding the work-hours redraw: paint, brush, new address number, new doormat, planters and planters why: the entrance to your home is given so make it look good.
"Throw a beautiful bold color on your door," she said . " She added that she likes the "red wine" color on the Home Depot Behr paint line.
"This is a great way to improve the containment appeal of your house.
She also recommends updating your home address number to add a fun new doormat and some brightly colored potted plants. 3.
Overtime Hours: 2-
"It makes you feel a lot better," Gagne said . ".
"The best way to start is to get everything out.
She suggests you pile up "Yes, no, maybe" and edit what you have.
Next, go to the store and buy an organizer that fits your needs, depending on how much space you have and how you plan to fill it up.
This applies to any messy place in your home, including your kitchen pantry or junk drawer, she said. 4.
Graffiti at sunset: 2-hour redraw: Why are regular porcelain cups and sharks: anyone can do that.
We found the idea online. abeautifulmess. Com/2012/06/his-her-sharpie-mug-diy.
Html and like it is so simple and fun.
Just pick up a permanent mark and doodle or write on the porcelain cup.
Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Let it cool.
Enjoy your creation yourself or give it to others as a gift.
Time: 1 to 2 days or more material: Saw, drill, caulking gun, deck veneer for Lowe's.
Reason: "One of the most popular DIY projects in the past has been tinkering with your deck," said Shannon hammer of Lao.
Deck veneers are products made of composite panels fixed to the top of the current deck. Time: 4-
Hours: flour, water, tape, balloons, scissors, cardboard and something creativemâché wall-
The animal heads or antlers installed are super stylish, but they can be expensive, Ewen said.
So she suggested you do it yourself. This is a low-
Cost items to be done in a few days, especially if the weather is good or you want to create something together as a family.
It may even remind you of the art class in the fourth grade, a great family project.
We found some good steps. by-