So here we give you some amazing tips for making some very easy crafts to decorate your home.

Diwali Toran: Torans are usually placed at the entrance of a house to welcome the guests and set the festive mood. Traditionally torans are created with mango or coconut leaves but nowadays there are many others options available in the market. You can use cardboard, handmade paper, saree borders, laces etc to make your own toran. Decorate it with mirrors, ribbons, stones, sequence etc.



Diwali Candles: As we all know that Diwali is a festival of lights and it cannot be complete without some gorgeous homemade candles. There are a lot of materials you can use to make your own candles, from Orange peels, egg shells and even sea shells.

Cinnamon Stick Candles: You can create some beautiful rustic looking candles which also smell heavenly. All you need are unscented candles, cinnamon sticks and some twine. Placed single or grouped together, these will be the highlight of your Diwali decor. You can also use candle holders or glass bowls and fill them with your favorite coffee beans and place a tealight in the middle so that they smell good.



Egg Carton Lights: You can use painted egg carton cutouts to create their own fairy lights which can be used for decorating your house. You can use fancy covers and sheets to wrap the carton cutouts so that they look colourful and bright.


Diwali Lanterns: Lanterns or Kandeels add a special grace to Diwali. You may use old sauce, jam, jars and gold dimensional puffy paint to create lanterns which will definitely be the centre of attraction of your Diwali decor. Paper bags can also be used for making lanterns. Hang them in your balconies or your entrance to give a warm welcome to your friends and relatives.



Diwali Diya Platter: Take a unused wooden board and decorate it with ribbons, lace, mirrors, pearls etc. to create this gorgeous diya platter.




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