Summer is bright, cheerful, and flowery. Therefore, presenting full of entertainment summer decoration is the primer suggestion. You can have all of those summer touches by doing the DIY or craft projects. Need some ideas for the project? Check out the following references.
Retro Watering Can Vase
In summer, you are suggested to add a retro touch as your front door decoration. This option will do the job. You will need a watering can as a vase, fill it with water, then add the flowers. Besides, you will need to loop wire and nail to hang the vase in the door.
Washi Tape Pennant Lanterns
Look at these dazzling washi tape pennant lanterns to surprise your guests. You can create these lanterns by transforming paper lanterns into show-stopping fixtures with washi tape and semitransparent decorative paper tape. In the first step, mount strips of wide tape (38mm) onto white paper and cut out triangles that are about 1 inch at their widest point. After that, press the pennants to a thinner strip of tape (15mm) to create bunting. Next, wrap it around the lantern in a casual overlapping pattern.
If you want to hold a BBQ event this summer at home, you probably need this tiered stand. You can drill 1-inch holes in the center of 9-inch and 12-inch wood round or cutting board. Then, stain rounds and paint edges with the color you want. You will need a saw to cut a mallet handle to the desired length, slip through the holes, and glue it in place. As the top icon, you may drill a 1-inch hole in a croquet ball and glue it to the top.
Croquet Mallet Bud Vase
This croquet mallet bud vase is great to be shown in summer decoration. You can remove the handle of a mallet. Then drill a ¾-inch hole on either side of the original hole with spacing evenly. Next, plane the underneath of the mallet or adhere self-adhesive rubber dots in order to keep it from rolling. Last, place a glass test tube in each hole, fill it with water, and add flowers. This craft will bloom your summer vibe at home.
Paper Watermelon Pinwheels
Create summer’s iconic fruit into paper pinwheels with rickrack stripes to celebrate the season. You can send the kids out back to scurry around the yard with sticky watermelon fingers and toys in hand. To create this, you may cut the two sheets of stacked red and green paper into 8 ½-inch squares. After that, cut four slits into each from corners toward the center. Next, fold pints in and glue them in place. Last, attach rickrack then secure to straws with pins