Trying creative DIY projects for couples is an excellent activity because quality time strengthens every relationship, whether it's a mother and daughter or a wife and husband.
Each of these DIY projects is manageable with a little time and teamwork. Plus, we guarantee that you'll have a fun story behind it! Here are 14 great fun DIY projects for couples to try:
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DIY Mosaic Lamp Making
You can create mosaic lights from any lighting fixture because the design possibilities and color combinations are endless! The fun thing about mosaic DIY projects for couples is you only know how it will end up once it's finished! If you like mosaic DIY projects, you can take mosaic classes from Art MasterClass.
Candle Holder DIY Set
With these simple DIY candle holders, you can make your decor with just a few supplies from around your house. And you'll be thrilled with how easy most of these projects are!
If you're looking for art DIY projects for couples and love making home decor, you will love these DIY candle holders! They're all cheap and easy enough for beginners, and you can even make a pretty wedding or anniversary gift.
A piece of wood, panels or glass is a quick and pretty DIY option for couples. You can roll magazine or newspaper pages into reeds or turn a nine-pane farmhouse window into a Rustic frame for family photos. You can also use yarn to make something beautiful no knitting frames.
Any cool enough-to-hang display book covers can become an out-of-the-ordinary DIY picture frame to show off a favourite photo.
Bottlecap Magnets and Thumbtacks
This fun DIY project for couples allows you to use personal pictures for cool refrigerator magnets or thumbtacks. You can recycle your bottle caps with this straightforward and inexpensive DIY project. You'll need bottle caps, buttons, adhesive and magnets.
If you don't want the edges of the bottle cap to scrape the refrigerator or any photographs, you can use the buttons before the magnets. You can get those magnets at any craft store. Also, you can use any super glue you want.
You can start this project after a romantic walk in a place with pretty leaves. You can make a very simple autumn decoration with a framed pressed leaf.
You only need a few supplies for this project, and it's super quick. You need two frames and a leaf that you like. If you want to make your press leaves, collect leaves from outside, then press them between wax paper and underneath some heavy books. It takes several weeks to do that, and if you feel too lazy, you can buy a whole portfolio full of pre-press leaves online.
Melt Old Candles to Make New Candles
Making your own candles is an easy and fun DIY project for couples. The steps are relatively simple, and it is something you can do multiple times with your partner as you use the candles you make.
All you need is the following:
- A glass container, and
- A double boiler
Homemade Photo Coasters
Coasters are easy and fun DIY projects for couples. This is a challenging project due to the drying time between the coats of Mod Podge, but it is very simple!
Supplies you need:
- Mod Podge
- Sponge Brush
- Isopropyl Alcohol
- Clear Enamel Spray
- Felt Pads
You can start by cleaning the tile surface with Isopropyl Alcohol. Try not to touch the surface of the tile after cleaning. After that, let the tiles dry for just a minute before placing the picture on top. Again, try to avoid touching the surface.
You'll need to trim down the picture to fit the tile, measure the tiles using a pencil and clean off the edges. Cut your pictures on the lines. Use a sponge brush to add a thin layer of Mod Podge to the tile.
Then carefully add your image to the top. After this step, add a thin layer of Mod Podge over the picture. The Mod Podge will dry clear. You will still see faint lines, but this effect looks beautiful for the finished product.
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DIY Geometric Candle Holder
Ready for another fun DIY project for couples? This DIY geometric candle holder is perfect for home decor, table settings, or even a wedding table. The best part about DIY candle holders is you can make them any shape you want!
You'll need some straws or wire, whatever color spray paint you like to color yours, and scissors.
DIY Smart LED Strip Lights
With this DIY project, you can authenticate your room using led strips.
- LED strip (any length and color you want)
- Electrical tape
- 12V power supply
You can put the lead anywhere in your room and stick it. Also, you need to put a switch next to the led to turn it on and off.
Coffee Bean Topiary Trees
A beautiful tree made with coffee beans: Coffee lovers will love this!
Materials you need:
- Styrofoam ball
- Coffee beans
- Any object in stick form (a tree branch, bamboo stalk, etc.)
- Flowerpot (you can also use glass, mug, etc.)
You should wrap the rope around the styrofoam ball so that the coffee beans stick to the ball better. Glue the coffee beans onto the string. When the ball is half finished, place the ball in a glass to dry. When the ball is completely dry, do the second part.
Leave a 1 cm space here because we will put a stem. Stick the stem with a strong adhesive without damaging the coffee beans. Prepare the plaster mix in the object we will use as a flowerpot and put the tree in it. Lean the coffee tree against the wall to dry.
The seashell wreath is perfect for your beach house or nautical decor. This shell wreath beach craft project is so simple that you can create your seashell wreath on the weekend or in the afternoon while having a good time with your partner.
You can use shells you brought home from the beach or buy an assortment of different spiral shells, starfish, sand dollars and clamshells online.
DIY Concrete Hands
What a great keepsake for your family! You can buy kits (buckets) to make your hand sculpture easy and nice. Comfortably two to three hands can fit in it.
The process takes two to three hours to set but doing the mould and putting in the plaster, let's say, takes 10 minutes. So, super fast, super easy to follow instructions.
If you use spices a lot, you have acquired many little bottles of flavour that have been jammed into the cabinet. The solution is this super easy-making DIY spice shelf!
Firstly clean your cabinets because we know that every time you use spices, they get on the bottom of your cabinet. After cleaning, cut three pieces of the 2x4 wood to the exact width you measured. Stack the second 2x4 on the first and insert the third 2x4 in front of the double stack. Finally, insert spices, organize them and enjoy.
Homemade Photography Backdrop
You can get the perfect shot every time by making your DIY backdrops—no need for the Replica boards or to pay all that expensive money. You can make them in various sizes and have different looks as well.
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