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6 Winter DIY Projects to Try in 2021

Woman Crafting a Winter Wreath with Hot Glue GunWintertime is a great time to start a do-it-yourself project. Whether you want to make decor for your Prairieville home or some handmade gifts, there are many fun & easy winter DIY projects to choose from. Here is a list of winter projects that will keep do-it-yourselfers and crafters, young and old, busy throughout the season.

1. Winter Wreath

Wreaths look very beautiful inside and outside your home. And with winter wreaths, you will never run out of options. Even with simple materials, you could make a pine-bough wreath decorated with ornaments and ribbons, or a whimsical wreath of white willows and red cardinals. You could even use colorful winter scarves to create a wreath! Let your imagination go wild with this winter DIY project.

2. Rice Heating Pad

If you want a practical project, these rice heating pads are for you. Just toss these soft flannel pads in a microwave to enjoy hours of warmth to soothe aching muscles and warm cold fingers. With some cloth and rice, even the most inexperienced in sewing can make these small gifts.

3. Deer Lawn Ornaments

A beautiful rustic deer lawn ornament will certainly add charm to your yard. Using rough-hewn logs and branches, you can make a rustic deer that you can add to your exterior winter decor. You’ll need cut logs of different sizes, sturdy wooden dowels for legs, and smaller branches for antlers. After that, just drill holes and assemble!

4. Paper Snowflake Garland

Aside from being really easy, paper snowflakes is a fun winter DIY project for all ages. You can turn those cut-paper snowflakes into a garland to deck your halls or tree! With just paper sheets, scissors, and some string, this project quickly comes together. By using your own patterns or ones you find online, it won’t be long before you have a blizzard of paper snowflakes to fill your house with.

5. Pinecone Door Hanger

Another easy winter decor that brings natural beauty is pinecones. Read on further to learn how you can make a pinecone door hanger. You will need some wide ribbon, some pinecones, and a hot glue gun for this simple but beautiful project. Take different lengths of ribbon and glue a pinecone to one end, then tie the ribbons together at the other end before hanging them. This project can adorn your entryway or hallway or even be given as gifts for neighbors.

6. Faux Fur Throw Pillow

Among the best winter DIY projects are those make your Prairieville home feel cozier. Faux fur throw pillows add coziness to any room. Just take some faux fur fabric and a pillow form and you can easily make an accent piece for your bed or chair. For this winter DIY project, you only need to measure, cut, and sew the fabric to fit the pillow form.

Do you need more space for your DIY projects? Maybe it’s time to move up to a bigger rental house! Contact us today or call our local Real Property Management office at 225-389-6860 for more information.

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