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It’s your me-time, and the only thing you want to do right now is laze around in some comfy clothes and get creative. But if you’re reading this right now, you’re probably looking for some crafty ideas that you can explore to make your lazy rainy day relaxing and colorful.
You’ve probably asked a few friends or landed on sites like Craft Whack while searching the internet for something relaxing, calming, fun, colorful, and creative.
So in this article, we will be looking at some fantastic ideas that you can try on your own or with those you’re living with, like the kids or your spouse.Staying at home can be lots of fun if you're armed with the right indoor activities. Check out these 4 awesome ideas! Click To Tweet
Dye Some Clothes on a Rainy Day
Dyeing clothes can be entertaining to do whether you’re planning on doing it alone or with company.
A fantastic idea would be to buy some inexpensive white t-shirts and play around with some dye colors. Learn about different color combinations and explore ways to achieve different colors on other parts of the shirt.
If you’re keen, you could also look into some old items that have lost their color with time, like jeans, shirts, a bag, or a blanket. You can either dye the item with the very same color to bring it back to life, or you can change the color to get something completely different.
Can’t Think of Any Rainy Day Activities? Make Some Mosquito Repellant Candles!
Mosquitoes can be a nuisance during the summer season, and if you’re currently looking for some DIY projects to do at home, try making a mosquito repellent candle.
Not only is it inexpensive, but the candle itself can add as a stunning decor piece to your home with the use of some lemons, lime, eucalyptus oils, water, and your candle piece.
These ingredients can be assembled in a classy way that never gives away that it’s an actual mosquito repellant.
Get Crafty With Some Rocks on a Lazy Day
If you are a regular rock collector, then you’re probably just adding one rock after the other to your collection.
Smooth rocks can be beautiful pieces to get crafty with, and you can either paint them using some paint pens or regular paint or assemble them in a simple jar to make an attractive centerpiece in your home.
Make Your Own Tulip Wreath on a Lazy Weekend
If you’re a lover of flowers, then you may love this idea. Here, you can get roughly ten mini-tulips and assemble them together to make a bright and catchy tulip wreath. All this can be done in just under 30 minutes.
You can place this right at the front of your door or somewhere in your home where there’s space to hang something around.
You can get your tulips in different colors and get some easy tutorials on how to place them in that perfect circular motion.
Bring out your crafty side with some creative pieces that you can keep in your home for a while.
Don’t be afraid to explore all kinds of ideas because, with the internet, there are endless tutorial videos that can turn any idea into a DIY project that you can do on your lazy weekend. Either way, you’ll end up refreshed and ready for your week ahead.
Can you think of any fun things to do on a rainy day during COVID?
Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.