The weekend is useless if you do not have something useful. Therefore, spend the weekend ticking these simple tasks off your to-do list that will provide you the extra gorgeous results. The DIY projects below are easily achievable and most require minimal supplies. Thus without further ado, check the ideas on Funny Weekend DIY Project To Keep You Out Off Boring.
Swap Your Door Handles
Do not be worry, you can finish this project in taking less than an hour. The kit you will need is a Phillips screwdriver, drill, tape measure, and new doorknob or handle. This project will bring new life into an unloved piece of furniture by literally filling it with the exact new life.
Upcycle A Chest Of Drawers Into A Stunning Planter
In the process of upcycling a summer planter, you will need an old chest of draws, garden paint, paintbrush, black plastic, gravel, plants, tub, and basket compost.
Make A Pallet Bed
This pallet bed is providing you a temporary solution. Tools and equipment you need are tape measure, electric drill, screwdriver bit, electric sander, sandpaper, ventilation mask, combination square, hand saw, paintbrush, pilot, and countersink drill bits.
Tile A Splashback
To protect the wall behind a sink or your oven with a newly tiled splashback. Moreover, you can create a new look in just an afternoon for the kitchen, cloakroom, and bathroom. You will need a tape measure, ruler, pencil, wall tiles, tile trim, spirit level, tile adhesive, notched spreader, sponge, bucket, tile spacers, ready-mixed grout, trowel, grout spreader, and finisher.
Garden Path Or Edge A Border With Old Bricks
Give your garden a new touch by putting the pile of leftover bricks to good use and create a path in the shape of your flowerbeds. Next, you can lay them long and sideways in a bed of gravel to create the patterned curve.
Build A Pallet Sofa
Building a sofa out of old pallets to give your garden a new face and more space. The materials you need are wooden pallets, garden furniture chalk paint, paintbrush, scatter cushion, electric drill with screws, small roller, and tray.
Bear Plant Pots
This pot planta project with personality is one you can get the kids involved with. This project uses white air drying clay, clay modeling tools, rolling pin, sandpaper, acrylic paints, paintbrush, and clear blue.