DIY gifts for diwali festival

DIY Gifts for Diwali Festival

Diwali is known as the festival of lights but, we all know that there’s truly only one way to really see someone’s face light up with joy! That’s right- GIFTS! Gifting has been a tradition for many, MANY centuries but, we all do get stumped while deciding what to gift that special someone. Here are a few heart-capturing DIY gifts for Diwali festival!

Personalized DIY Gifts for Diwali Festival

Gifts for Your Parents

1. Personalized Candle

DIY gifts for diwali festival

Mom is probably perpetually complaining about that muffy smell in the house, while dad is probably feeling sick after smelling yummy Diwali Sweets for days! The perfect gift for this occasion would be a self-made DIY Scented Candle!

Just grab your candle mold, some fresh wax and a few drops of your favorite scent, and you’re done!

Another reason why these are the perfect DIY gifts for Diwali festival, is that it’s a candle – a giver of light. Perfect symbolism, don’t you think?

2. Date-Night

DIY gifts for diwali festival

When was the last time you saw your parents arrange for a lovely dinner together, just the two of them? That’s right, you can’t remember. Between the kids, grandkids, work and house-work, poor mom and dad haven’t really had time for each other!

Arrange a quiet night out for them. Maybe a dinner on the roof, under all the fireworks! You could even cook their favorite meals and be their waiter for the day!

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Gift for Her

1. Date-Jar

DIY gifts for diwali festival

I’m sure that she complains a lot about you not spending enough time with her, and it’s probably even worse when you decide to go on a date but, you can’t decide where you want to go!

Grab a jar and fill it with little notes of various date-night ideas that you want to do!

Show her you care and are indeed looking forward to date-nights with her with the ’Date-Jar.’

Gift for Him

1. Personalized Tie

DIY gifts for diwali festival

Get your stitching on with these DIY gifts for Diwali festival! As much as boys don’t like to admit it, they do in fact enjoy being able to match you! Imagine his surprise when he sees that his tie matches your outfit!

Grab a piece of material that matches your outfit, and follow this easy tutorial on how to stitch a tie!

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Gifts for Children

1. Glow Jar

DIY gifts for diwali festival

Watch your kids face light up with this DIY magic glow jar! Perfect for that ‘fireworks-every-night’ effect, in your kids room! Learn how to make it here.

2. Bowling Pins

DIY gifts for diwali festival

Recycle all those old plastic bottles and fill them up with a little sand to add some weight. Get creative and paint them up! Add a little ball to the collection and there you have it – Your very own DIY Bowling set!

Gifts for Relatives

1. Pot Candles

DIY gifts for diwali festival

These DIY gifts for Diwali festival are perfect for friends and relatives, as, like the scented candle, it symbolizes light. But, not just that, the pot finish of your holder, will also give the appearance of those loved diyas! Perfect for decorating the house!

2. Handmade Card or Photo Frame 

DIY gifts for diwali festival

Get the help of your child and make your very own handmade card or photo frame. Get crazy and funky with your ideas. Use paints, crayons, color pencils, glitter, stickers, sequins, beads and diamante to help you decorate. Maybe even learn a thing or two about imagination for your tiny tot (after all, we all know how great a child’s imagination can be)!

There you have it! The perfect list of DIY gifts for Diwali festival! Get to it soon and don’t ever be afraid to be the light in someone else’s life!

Precautions To Be Taken This Diwali

Diwali is celebrated in a bigger and brighter way every single year but, it is necessary to always remember to take utmost precaution during this season. Here are a few tips to remember!

  1. Avoid wearing easy flammable clothes! Wear thick cotton clothes for maximum protection.
  2. Keep a close watch on your children. Never allow them to play with fireworks unsupervised.
  3. Avoiding any attempts of circus tricks with fire.
  4. Light your fireworks far from any cars or wires!
  5. For the safety of babies and animals, avoid firecrackers in the forms of bombs. Remember that this is the festival of lights and not sound!