DIY Garden Counter Bar

Ever wondered about how you can recycle and re-use your old products? Well, lately I have been working on a few projects and one of them includes a Garden Counter Bar, a great DIY project for summers which totally adds up value to the beauty of your home.

Have you always wanted to have your very own Garden Bar? If yes, then this post will help you in developing an easy garden counter, this should be in your DIY summer bucket list. Believe it’s not that hard to make, it literally took me exact two days to develop my own DIY garden counter bar.

Stuff you need:

  • 4 large discarded Pallets

  • Hammer
  • Nails
  • Wooden Paint
  • Clear Varnish

  • Old Roof Joists

Let’s roll it – DIY Garden Counter Bar

There are some pretty basic steps that you need to follow to make your very own fabulous looking garden bar.

Step 1:

Collect all of your discarded pallets (should be in intact form) and polish, for the main counter table you’ll need 4 large pallets. Paint them with your favorite color (I used royal blue color).

Step 2:

Once you are done with painting all the pallets, its time let them try for at least 3-4 hours under the sun.

Step 3:

Once the pallets are completely dry it’s time to polish them with varnish, this will keep the paint in shape and won’t let it scrap off of the pallets.

Step 4:

Now take your rook joists and varnish them as well, let them aside for 3-4 hours until fully dry.

Step 5:

Now you have all the dried out pallets and rook joists. It’s time to join them altogether in a form of a counter. Use the nails to join pallets and roof joists. Be careful with the hammer.

It’s your time to show off your efforts and let your friends and family see what an amazing talent you got! Show them your DIY creativity in form of DIY Garden Counter Bar now!

DIY Tyres Seating for Garden

Hey folks, today I am going to share one of my favorite DIY ideas with you. I made these amazing DIY tyres seating for garden and my family totally loves it. I would love to share these simple yet amazingly funky looking tyres seats.

This idea truly inspired my neighbors and friends and they applied it on their unused tyres as well. You can make perfect looking tyres seats that provide ultimate comfort as well. You don’t have to pay extra money for garden sitting chairs or seats because now you can make your very own trendy and super comfy DIY Tyres seating.

Stuff that you’ll need for DIY Tyres Seating

  • 3 tyres


  • Spray Paints (should be of funky bright color, I personally love yellow and royal blue, you can choose any of your favorite colors)


  • Plywood (must be around 50cm in diameter and should be 1cm thick.
  • Reliable Glue Gun


  • Polyester Stuffing (of your preference)
  • Staple Gun
  • Fabric (to cover the polyester-any color of your choice)
  • Interior Clear Varnish

How we do it-DIY Tyres Seating Method

  1. Lay your hands on the tyres I used the old tyres of my previous car, which was not in use. I bleached the tyres and brushed all the dust and dirt of the tyres. Follow this step and clean your tyres and let them dry for at least 3-4 hours.
  2. Once the tyres completely dry off, it’s time to spray paint them. Apply at least 3 coats on each tyre with an interval of 1-1.5 hours. After each coat, let them dry before applying a second coat.
  3. To make your DIY tyre seats look beautiful and durable, it is important to coat them with clear varnish. This step will help in sealing and preventing the spray paint from scratching off the tyres.
  4. Apply at least 2 layers of interior clear varnish on the tyres.
  5. Glue the circular plywood on one open side of the tyre.
  6. From the other side fill in the polyester and cover it with fabric by stapling it from the edges.
  7. Flip it over, and here you go, your amazing looking DIY Tyres Seats for gardens are ready to be used.

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Wine Cork Candles Do-it-Yourself (DIY)

Hello fellas, I have come up with yet another interesting DIY idea, which trust me, would lighten up your and yours partner mood. I have wine cork candles idea for you. If you are a wine lover, then it’s time to save the corks of your wine bottles. This is the simplest yet elegant idea to add a romantic and an artistic look.

Wine cork candles only require two basic steps and a few things. It’s time to add a creative and warm look to winters coupled with all those blossomy flowers bouquets.

Things you need for DIY Wine Cork Candles

There are few things that you need at hand to make this exquisitely looking DIY wine cork candles, indeed one of the best DIY ideas I have worked on so far. Here are the things that you would need:

  • Wine Corks (Finish your wine and collect the corks)


  • Matchsticks



  • Small glassed mason jars or small vodka glasses


  • Acetone Alcohol



DIY Wine Cork Candles Method

Once you have collected a bunch of wine corks, it’s time to soak them into acetone alcohol. Make sure to keep them soaked at least for a week. This will help the corks to absorb all the acetone alcohol which will allow them to burn for hours and serves as a candle.

After a week, you are ready to use them wherever and whenever you want. Put these soaked wine corks into the glassed mason jars and lit them up. Spark up the mood of your room’s ambiance or use them in candle light dinners. Happy DIY ideas!


I would love to see DIY wine cork candles made by you share the pictures with me, once done!

Tie Dye Shirt-The steps as we know it!

Hey guys, I have some great news for you. I have been working on something really exciting, guess what? It’s a…

Well, let’s cut the suspense, it’s a pretty cool and new way to make use of your old and unused shirts into a creative and trendy look. You can apply this Tie Dye DIY method on a lot of things e.g. from socks to old n torn out bed sheets. However, in this article, I will specifically talk about DIY Tie Dye Shirt.  Let’s get started!

Things you need to Tie Dye a Shirt

  • White T-shirt (it can be an old one or you can apply this DIY Tie Dye on a new shirt)
  • Dye colors (bright colors works well, you can easily get your hands on a reasonable set of dye colors)
  • Rubber bands
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Disposable Napkins
  • Squeeze plastic bottles for storing liquefied dyes
  • Soda Ash
  • Ziplock Plastic Bags
  • A plastic tub (preferably an old one)
  • Mixing cup and a spoon

DIY Tie Dye Method

Once you have all the material and equipment at hand, it’s time to get started. First of all, in the plastic tub add warm water along with soda ash (not too much). This will help the dyes to sustain its colors when applying on the shirt. It is really important to ensure that the mixture is well-dissolved. Now soak in your shirt in that mixture (make sure to wear rubber gloves when soaking it, it gets messy at times). Once fully soaked, wring the shirt out of it and twist it to squeeze out the dye as much as you can. You can use any pattern to dye your shirt, but I used the rainbow pattern.

For that, place the shirt onto the table put a dowel rod or your finger to spin the shirt around it as much as you can. Once completely swirled tie it with rubber bands, make sure that the rubber bands are strong enough to hold onto the shirt for long. Join the rubber bands all over the shirt and try to keep the whole thing as straight and flat as you can.

Now, it time for dyeing, put any dye you want to on the shirt. P.S. Make sure that your dye doesn’t spill on your work surface. Let it dry for a day and uncut the rubber bands and tadaa here you go with an amazingly looking trendy DIY Tie Dye art.

Framed Key DIY

Hi guys, I am back again. For this weekend I have come up with an exciting idea for you to start with.

I recently shifted to a new apartment and while packing I found a bunch
of keys who doesn’t open any locks and I honestly don’t remember for what locks I had these for. I thought to throw them away BUT an instant thought provoked my mind and I started working on it. Yes, I am talking about framed key case. It looks super amazing and insanely easy to mak
e. This is the easiest and fabulous looking DIY idea you can lay your hands on. Framed key art is pretty popular these days and lets you decorate your walls with these
astounding framed key sets.

What supplies do you need to make a Framed Key Case?

You would need a bunch of supplies, which I assure you willalready have at home. Here you go:

  • Old unused keys
  • Spray Paints (preferably metallic-gold color; this would give your keys an artistic and vintage look)
  • Old Cloth (preferably a thick one)
  • Spare or unused picture frame
  • Durable Long-lasting Glueimage 1

Steps you need to do to make a perfect Framed Key Case

Okay, once you have all the required material for the making of framed key case you should now settle down and start connecting all the things step-by-step.

First, you spread the keys onto an old newspaper and spray them with the metallic spray paint. Let them dry meanwhile cut the cloth into an adjustable size that fits in properly within the inner walls of the frame. Now glue the inner sides of the frame case and firmly paste the cloth on it, make sure to press all the four sides of the cloth carefully. By now, your keys must have been dried out, now glue each one of them and paste them vertically (preferably 4 keys in one row). Let them dry properly and bingo you’ve got it right here.

Congratulations, I am sure you must have successfully completed the task, share your key framed pictures with us. You can use these amazing framed antique keys case anywhere in your home.

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