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DIY FRUIT BOWL

DIY FRUIT BOWL

I really like unique materials in decoration but sometimes they can be pricey. I needed an extra bowl for our fruits so I decided to try some bowl decorating. As I was sorting our kitchen cupboards I found some old bowls that were destined for the recycling bin so I decided to experiment a little bitYou will need

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I’ve seen a lot of beautiful yarn wrapped bowls on Pinterest however I wanted to make something different. I really liked this cord

So in order to make this you just need to wrap your jute cord around the bowl and glue. I didn’t start from the bottom of the bowl since I wanted it to be stable. It’s so easy to make.

This DIY costed me £2, well less since I have some jute cord left. I have the glue gun at home which I bought for around £10 from Amazon and I use it all the time for my crafts and home DIY’s.

DIY FRUIT BOWL

Crafts are not expensive as many people think. Once you have the basics you can start creating. Moreover, the feeling of achievement when you look at your creation is priceless. There have been numerous researches about how crafts can help with depression, build a child’s fine motor skills motor skills, ease stress, and more.

So come on Create and Be Happy.

 

 

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19 Comments

  1. Great work, I do love a cheeky crafting session. Don’t always have the time or tools to do so, but the beginning of next week I need to get my creative hat on and make some bits for work 🙂

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      Thanks Tanya, that’s great I would love to see what you’ve done.
      For me crafting is about relaxing. I also love handmade gifts so the feeling of giving something I made is amazing!!!

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  2. Wow this looks really effective – I think it would make a lovely and unusual gift for someone and can see it sitting on my dining table too x

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      Thanks Samantha,I forgot to mention that I bought the jute cord from Works(no advertising here 🙂 ).
      I’m so happy you like it:)

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  3. Wow! I do love diy craft projects like this but I’m not very arty.

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      Same here Georgina,my art skills are basic.However after reading so many DIY’s I can now say proudly that my skills developed .And I can create my own ideas now:)

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  4. This is a wonderful little craft to try out with the kids over the weekend! Thank you 🙂 H x

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  5. Very Cool! Always great to make things yourself

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  6. This looks amazing, what a fantastic idea and it looks so good x

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  7. Ogggg this looks great!! It’s very unique and effective! I like it. xx

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  8. I love a good fruit bowl and what better than one you can make yourself? So handy!

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      Ana De-Jesus I love to upcycle things at my house.
      Why throw it away when you can give it a new life 🙂

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  9. I wish I was this creative. I’m useless at anything DIY, it looks so cool though

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      leeshastarr no you are not, you just haven’t tried:) Everyone can be creative!

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