Jun 26, 2017

Brighten your home with these dazzling decorating ideas during celebrations

The festival is a joy for all of us. On that day, we will throw out all our negative forces and welcome positive energies with full happiness. The happiness will never stop and also it continues everywhere in our home with attractive colorful decorations.

To make more colorful, paint your home with contrasting colors like red, gold and white. It shows premium to look at the time of celebrations and you feel elegant that lasts throughout the year. Then lighten your home with some candles and use a wide range of lighting products from spotlights to rice lights around the house.

It gives you a warm look because of the dull and muted lights. Review your home décor and lighting at different times of the day to ensure that it matches the mood and tone you have in mind. Another way to make your home feel brighter and more spacious is to add mirrors and reflective surfaces, which create a feeling of light and space. These are particularly a good idea in hallways or other narrow spaces that can feel dark.

During the festival season brighten your corridor by adding faux greenery, flowers, berry sprigs and glittered pinecones to a grapevine wreath then cover with faux snow to give your front door a cheery update during winter months. Add a little glitz to any area of your home with an inexpensive plastic.

Arrange a simple decorative buffet by showcase your cooked food in the dessert table. You can craft your own bowls for serving food. Nature makes the perfect party backdrop and natural beauty is decorative enough already, so you won’t need many enhancements to make your party pop.

What is a party without balloons? If you blow them up yourself, balloons are very inexpensive to use. Choose primary or bright colors for a youthful look, or for more mature party goers, stick with one or two colors. Hang balloons from the ceiling with curling ribbon or string, scatter them around on the floor, or use the balloons to create a fun shape or backdrop on the wall.

Create the ambiance with soft lightning with the help of scatter candles of various heights and keep near dining areas around the tables. It feels gorgeous at the time of festival seasons. Instead of buying big crackers you can sparkle your home with the sparklers fireworks during festival seasons like Diwali.

You can twist, wind, braid, and curl crepe paper. Get a lot of bang for your buck with this affordable and versatile party material. There may be dozens of bangles at your home which you’re about to throw out while cleaning your home this Diwali. Don’t throw them out instead turn them into beautiful wall hangings.

The darkest night of the year actually is the brightest night in India. Take simple earthen diyas and paint the inside and outside of earthen lamps into contrasting colors. Decorate the rim with pearls or glitters and light up your house. These DIY projects besides being fun are money savers as well.

Budget friendly celebrations - Attractive home decor ideas

Small decorating projects can freshen up your home and be inexpensive. You can jazz up your home with these easy lighting ideas. Take two colored sheets, pencil, stapler and scissors and cut two strips out of one sheet and keep aside. Fold the second sheet in half. Draw lines and cut along these lines leaving about one-inch space at the end. Then open the sheet and roll it up. Now connect the sheet using the staple. Roll up the first sheet and put it inside the lantern you made. Staple to keep it at a place. Now hang them up your ceiling or in the backyard to make pleasant environment.

Do not throw away those fruit peels. Using creativity, we can make stunning candles out of them. Remove the middle portion or orange and ensure the middle stem-like part is intact. Fill the hollow portion with olive oil or wax. Now lit the center stem that’ll work as a wick.

Make your home entrance with cost-effective decorations by Hanging toransor on the doors. Take a waste paper, cardboard. Cut them into mango leaf shapes, but ensure making a base for each leaf. Paste the leaf shape cut-out on base and decorate it with glitter or a flat chamki. Let it dry after that stick all cut-outs on a string or a lace going behind them. Tie the ends of the string or lace from two hoops and your DIY Toran is ready. You can decorate your home with these stunning floating candles in a glass bowl or pot.

Take a big bowl or pot made of glass steel anything that has a wide opening. Fill it half with water. Put into it some rose petals, or other flower petals, items, glitters etc. Now add some tea-lights and lit them up. Your home will dazzle with lights.

Brighten your home with the twine balloon light Start by blowing up a balloon. Hang it down the ceiling. Make and mix the paste using water, corn starch and glue. Dip yarn in the paste. Now wrap the balloon with the yarn soaked in the paste and let it dry for about 12 hours. Pop the balloon. You’ll get a balloon shaped cotton ball. Spray paint and now add it to your favorite home décor ideas.

Do not throw those old tin cans out of your home while cleaning. Yes, tock them up and turn them into eye-catching lanterns. First of all, fill each can with sands. Then wrap the can with a paper tightly. Place the can on a towel to avoid rolling. Now use a nail and hammer to make the desired design and make two large holes on both sides of the can to pass into it a hanging wire. Once, you’re done with the design part, remove the sand and clean the cans well. Spray the inner part of the cans with white paint and paint the outer part with another color.

Let it dry for sometimes. Now, cut a portion of wire accordingly and insert it through both the ends. Before putting candles, fill about two centimeters of the can bottom with sand first and your recycled lanterns are ready. Try out these ideas at home and enjoy the festival seasons with the crackers gift box online and celebrate with complete happiness.

Jun 23, 2017

Ideas that today parents wish they’d known before decorating their nurseries

When the great news finally comes out, the excitement of becoming a parent starts. At this time, you are not sure of what to buy and what to do with the baby’s room. Therefore, you end up decorating the room with several things and styles that were not necessary at the moment. If you missed on the dos, then here is a brief list of nursery decorating ideas you should have known.
1.    Have an arrangement
Once you hold the child in your arms  and you welcome it in the house, your numerous trips during the night begin to and from the kid's room. You don’t want to trip over a misplaced toy while you are taking your baby back to his room. Therefore, it is recommendable to have functional storage space you place things that you are no longer using rather than leaving the room scattered with every toy on the floor.
2.    Arrange your changing table

The changing table is the most important part of the baby’s room. This is where you will be changing the diapers and all other clothes. Before you start undressing the baby to change their diapers, ensure that everything you need is within your reach. Often, you will risk the baby from falling if you try to reach out to things that are scattered away. Therefore, your changing table should be surrounded by all the necessary things you need. Like you must ensure that your diaper bin is closer, burp clothes, pacifier, baby cream, wipes, diapers and the list goes on and on.

3.    Pick a theme

This is where most people go wrong. Don’t just assume that the baby’s room should not have a theme. Remember, your child will be turning into a young adult soon and if you can arrange for them now, you will not be able to tame their choices in future. However, when you select a theme for the room during your preparations, you will attract a certain character to the life of the baby in his future.
4.    Paper your walls

Washing the baby’s poop from walls is the most tedious job. You should not be ready to work on such. Therefore papering the walls prevents you from all that hustle and keeps the room neat with clean walls when you remove the paper.

5.    Work on lighting

Your baby’s sleeping pattern depends on the type of light they have in their room. If you want a baby to take on a cool nap during the day, simply play with their psychology by introducing a night light. You can also introduce windows that are dark to attract darkness in the room every time you want the baby to sleep for a while. Excessive lighting keeps the baby awake even when he is cranky.

6.    Use neutral colors

Baby’s will always be baby’s, and all they want is a little colorful room. You should not get so much into specific colors for your baby stuffs like painting your walls blue for boys, pink for girls or even introducing certain baby mattress to suit the child. All these stuff will be for you. Otherwise, all your child want is a cool room with a good looking crib plus a few more toys here and there to make the room playful. However, you should not overdo the toys and surround baby with plenty of staff that may torture them psychologically.

At the end of it all, you should not limit yourself as to what to include in the room as you prepare the nursery. If you don’t take full control of what your child uses and how the room should be decorated now, you may never get that chance ever again especially when your child becomes of age.

Additionally, you should not use the nursery as the houses storage room. Ensure that your baby’s room remains for the baby and you have a different room for other storage. Also, you should not limit yourself to storing all the baby stuff in the room especially, when the room is small. Although the baby only needs a small space, it is important to provide them with enough space to play.

Jun 21, 2017

Prepare Your Yard For Summer With These 6 Tips

The summer and hot days are here, and if you haven’t already – now is the perfect timing to do something about your yard.  This may seem like a difficult and extremely challenging task to complete, especially when the days are getting hotter and hotter, but it really doesn’t have to be.

If you organize the work properly and follow some general guidelines, you will be able to refresh your garden in a blink of an eye. It will take some time, but you can learn to enjoy working in your garden, and not just enjoy – love. We’ve gathered some tips that may help you get your yard ready for the summer.

Mow your yard regularly

One of the most important factors when it comes to lawn health is regular and proper mowing. There are various reasons for doing so, from looks to the general well-being of the yard and all the plants in it. If you want to take real good care of your lawn, there are some general practices that may come in handy.

  • Frequent mowing during the spring will help strengthen the roots, and it will make the grass healthier and more resistant.
  • Cutting more than one-third of the height of the grass can cause damage to the grass and to the soil beneath.
  • Keep your grass longer during the summer months, as it provides better ground protection and helps preserve the moisture in the soil.

Fertilize your grass

Different types of grass require different fertilization methods. This goes for practically all the plants in your yard or garden.

If you have warm season grass then the best results are gained with a nitrogen-rich fertilizer during the spring and late summer. When it comes to a cool-season grass fertilization is necessary during spring, right after the winter dormancy and during the early fall. Higher nitrogen concentration during the fall application is advised.

Build raised beds

Another great way to ease your gardening chores and separate the plants is to make raised beds for your plants. This will help you access them easier, and it will be extremely beneficial to the plants, as they will all be in their own specified types of soil.

Raised beds help keep weeds away from your plants and it helps you protect your plants, especially if you have a large and yard-friendly family. This also helps your plants with aeration, as the air circulates better around the roots when they are elevated in a loose structure.

Put mulch over your soil

Mulch represents old dried leaves, wood chips, grass clippings or hay, and it’s used to keep weeds away from your lawn. It also keeps your soil cool and keeps it moisturized properly so that the grass and the nearby plants can have enough water. It should be evenly spread all over your lawn, but make sure it’s always separated by an inch from plant stems to prevent rotting issues.

Water your lawn

Depending on the type of grass and plants you have in your yard, you need to make sure you’re watering it properly.

Using cheap and useful gardening accessories like retractable gardening hose reels or sprinkler systems, you can manage your lawn watering faster, and it will help you maintain your lawn’s health. Best results are gained when watering early in the morning or at night so that the grass can absorb most of the water before it evaporates.

Watch out for aggressive plants

If you have any kind of spreading plant, make sure to limit its movement and expansion. One great way of doing so is planting such a plant in a large pot. After that, you should cut the bottom of that pot out, and plant the entire thing, the plant and the pot in soil. This will restrict the plant from growing sideways, without limiting its root system.


We hope that these tips helped you understand – gardening and yard maintenance doesn’t have to be a hard chore. If you have a plan and if you define your goals in advance, you can even catch yourself enjoying the time you’ve spent working around the yard.

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