Three DIY Projects Everyone Should Try

Most of us have always wanted to have a go at a DIY project. But lots of people lack the skills needed to make and build things. Luckily, you don’t need to be a master builder to make things these days. All you need are the tools, a teacher or some videos and, of course, the motivation.

Keen to make something yourself? Here are three DIY projects everyone should try.

A Shelf

Making a shelf is not necessarily as hard as it looks. You’ll definitely need to practicea bit first, but it’s not going to take as much effort as you think – to build a simple one that is. Perhaps you’ve got a few too many books lying around, or don’t know what to do with all your DVDs? Easy, build a shelf. Practice with some spare pieces of wood, watch some Youtube videos or talk to a friend in the know, and before you know it, you’ll be a DIY pro.


Many of us are interested in renovating, but terrified that we’ll mess something up. The truth is, there are certain things that should be left to the professionals, but other things that you can take care of yourself. You can paint your own walls, for instance. If you’re feeling especially creative, you can even try for a feature wall. This could be a plain colour, different from the rest, or it could be something entirely different. Maybe you’ve got a creative streak and want to paint something unique? Go for it. You can easily paint over it if you’re not happy with the result.

A hired worker is busy finishing our kitchen. My husband & I are preparing to do the painting ourselves very soon 🙂


Gardening can be a fun and easy way to get involved with a DIY project. If you’ve got the space, you don’t need to be a landscaper to design your own garden. Think about the kind of things you would like to have: do you want a veggie garden? Some trees? Garden beds? Take everything into account and draw a rough sketch of your plans before you start the job. From there, all you need are some plants and other basic materials. You can make pathways through the garden beds with spare bricks, and use plain timber to separate the garden from the rest of your backyard.

The possibilities for DIY projects are limitless. Don’t feel restricted by any lack of ability, it’s easy enough to learn how to do. If you’ve got a friend, or a family member, who’s in the know, chances are that they would be more than happy to help you out and teach you a few things. If not, why not try tuning in to DIY programs when you’re watching television? Youtube provides a wide variety of tutorials on different projects. You might just find what you’re looking for. Before you start, make sure that you’re stocked up on Welding supplies , and everything else you’re going to need.

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