This Diwali, decorate your homes with unique and creative ideas. Get to know the most trending cost-effective, and simple ideas to decorate your house during Diwali.
Diwali 2022 Dates:
The auspicious Hindu festival Diwali will be celebrated on October 24th, Monday on this year. The celebrations for deepavali 2022 last for five days.
- Diwali Day 1: Trayodashi | Dhanteras – Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
- Diwali Day 2: Chaturdashi | Choti Diwali – Sunday, October 23rd, 2022
- Diwali Day 3: Amavasya | Diwali – Monday, October 24th, 2022
- Diwali Day 4: Pratipada | Padwa – Tuesday, October 25th, 2022
- Diwali Day 5: Dwitiya | Bhai Duj – Thursday, October 26th, 2022
Diwali is a very joyful and big festive season in India. Everyone in the house is excited about the food, lighting, guests and new clothes during the festival. While children are excited about the sweets and new clothes, their Mums are busy cleaning their homes and decorating them to prepare for their festival.
So, this Diwali, why not create some decorations yourself instead of just purchasing from the market and attaching them to your home? At first, it might sound tedious, but it’s a fun activity with your family and children. This way, your children learn to be creative and can participate with you in the decorations.
We have put down some DIY ideas and some ready-to-use simple ideas. The best part about these ideas is that you won’t require to buy excess expensive products from the market to make your house festive-ready. Just use your creative hands and our creative ideas to make decorative items for this Diwali.
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Hula Hoop Chandeliers
Chandeliers are an exciting part of Diwali decorations. We have created the idea to create chandeliers with the Hula Hoops. If you are fond of Hula hoops, you might fall in love with this idea. To execute this idea, you require the right size, small lights. If you already have a Hula Hoop at your home, you can use it. If not, you can get them at very low prices. After attaching lights to the Hula Hoops, all you need to do is attach some ropes to them to hang them wherever you want in your house.
These chandeliers are the best to hang in the outdoor space or veranda of your house. If you don’t have any such space outside your house, hang these beautiful Hula Hoop chandeliers in your windows or on the walls of your house. These are the perfect Diwali decorations.
Mason Jar Lights
Well, are you fond of desserts and shakes and have collected a lot of Mason jars out of your passion? This Diwali is the perfect time to make good use of these mason jars. All you need is to collect some of the diwali lighting from your last year’s Diwali decorative items or bring this lighting from the market. The next step is to place this lighting inside the jar. You can place these jars anywhere in your house. You can place them on dining tables, bedrooms tables, window panes, shelves in the living room, etc.
Moreover, if you have an excess of these jars, use them to put some candles inside the jar. This will give a classy and very appealing look. Get some scented candles to spread a nice freelance around your space.
DIY Diwali Torans
Torans are a significant part of every family celebrating Diwali. Instead of buying torans from the market, let’s create torans with your hand this Diwali. Real flowers have significance in mythology, but nowadays, most people prefer artificial flowers over real ones. If it’s all about artificial flowers, why not create them at home?
You can make paper flowers using sheets of different colors. After creating such flowers, all you need to do is to put them in a thread of a size similar to your door breath. You can wrap the lighting around the flowers carefully.
Do you know how to create Ribbon flowers? Well, these are simple to create by watching one of the tutorials. Create the flowers out of Ribbons and tie them with thread. Use some sparkling ribbons to add a glimpse to the toran. You can hang these torans even after the festive season is over.
Torans with light
If you are too lazy to create paper flowers, you can get torans from the market. Wrap the lighting around the Torans. This makes your simple toran look very attractive and sparkling.
Are you a pro at quilling? Well then, you are going to love this idea. You can use your quilling skills to make some quilting flowers of orange colors.
Well, if you have always been searching for the right moment to create a resin art piece. This Diwali is the perfect moment to get into the world of resin art. Get the resin essentials, such as resin parts A and B, gloves, a small flower coaster mold, sticks, etc. Start with creating the small frames of God and Goddesses. After the drying of the first layer of resin (which takes around 3-4 hours), place a photograph of the God and Goddess and pour another layer of resin over it. Allow it to settle for a few hours. Bring lighting and place it around the coaters to make them shine.
If you are acquainted with the resin work, you can create a set of frames of different goddesses and hang all these frames in a nice arrangement on the walls. Attach lighting around the frames.
Resin coaster and trays
We all require trays and coasters to serve our guests sweets and glasses of water. You can create a resin coaster for placing the glasses and cups of tea. Along with that, you can also create Resin trays with your creative ideas. Use a theme for creating all the artifacts to give a more sophisticated look.
Let’s bring in some Japanese touch to your Diwali decoration. Create small Japanese origami boxes with colorful or design papers. Once you create these cute boxes, make a hole in these boxes. Insert the lights in this box to make cute DIY lighting pieces. You can indulge your kids in making these craft boxes and create unique pieces. You can even stick these boxes on the dinner table or showcases to impart a fabulous look.
Paper lanterns have long been the craft work as Diwali homework for school children. Why not get back to creating those paper lanterns? Let’s create those lanterns with new modifications. Use some shimmer paper sheets to create them. You can also use a cardboard sheet and glitter paper to create the perfect lantern for your house. Create a box using cardboard and glitter paper. Attach the bulb inside the lantern. You can stick some laces and hang the shells on the lanterns to give them the perfect Indian look.
Another creative yet simple idea is to create the lantern using thread balls. This might sound tiring initially, but it can be beautiful for this Diwali occasion. So put in some time to create these lanterns for this Diwali.
Decorative diyas are an amazing way to get rid of boring diya designs. They are especially among if you create them with your own hands. Bring the diyas from the market and put your artistic work on those diyas. You can paint the diyas or attach the quilting flowers and leaves over them. Alternatively, you can get the diya silicon molds from the market and create the resin diyas.
Decorate Your Home for Diwali
Diwali is not all about bringing expensive lanterns, torans, and diyas and tying them in your house outdoors. Instead, it’s about putting in your efforts to create some creative pieces to add glam to your house. The real joy of the festival lies in doing all this stuff with your family members. Enjoying and bringing the whole family together is the festival’s motto, and it’s fulfilled through creating decorative items by yourself. Use the given ideas in this blog and add more glimpses to your Diwali. Happy Diwali!