The Christmas season is not that far yet, most of us will decorate our Christmas trees beforehand to create this unique atmosphere and mood. Everyone thinks about decoration and ornaments, but do not forget to hide the tree base itself, which is often ugly. A tree skirt might help, but what if it doesn’t go with your style? Make a box or a box! Here are some DIYs to try out.
This tutorial is pretty simple but requires very special assembly. If you are interested in making these for outdoor use, remember to use outdoor wood. You can also use these for potted plants (just slide the pot in) or other artificial topiaries. You can also add small rollers to the legs to make them move easily. I love the bold traditional Christmas red color, but if you don’t like it, go for something different.
A tree box is great as it lets the tree sit a little higher and better hides our unattractive booth. If you are in the mood for a rustic look, this is an ideal box for you: it looks weathered, is placed on rollers and adorned with a cute snowflake. As a practical matter, it can be very helpful to have the tree on wheels when decorating so you can roll it off the wall for easy decorating on all sides. Read the tutorial and do the piece!
If you have babies who love to run around the tree and grab it, a tree skirt isn’t the best idea for you. Imagine a tree crate that will make your tree much more stable. This tutorial will help you create one. You can hide your Christmas tree base with a gift – give it a try! The idea is simple: it’s a box of wrapping paper, so cool!
This is a cool Christmas tree crate for rustic rooms with multiple sides and a hole. This means you can put the tree in or stand on top to make it taller (great for small trees). The box looks totally rustic, it’s a cool piece of wood that’s stained with a dark stain. Enjoy the stylish rustic look!
This super stylish modern box is exactly what you need for Christmas! This box is black and features an amazing deer silhouette – so cool and so brave! You can opt for any color combination that will go with your Christmas tree decor. Here it is black and red. It won’t be difficult to build. Just decorating can take some time. If you have a cricut machine or vinyl sticker, this is easier. This cute deer makes the box feel so cozy, wow!
Take wooden blocks and turn them into a useful toy block tree stand for the holidays! The idea is to build a plywood or wooden box and then paint it toy-style – frames and letters on each side. It looks super cute and super toy like, your kids will really love this idea!
What is the advantage of a mirror tree box? Mirrors reflect objects, mirrors hide objects from seeing, and they reflect light, which creates more. A mirror tree box is a brilliant idea as it really makes your tree stand hidden, reflects lights, and is unusual! Mirrors are great for glamorous or modern spaces. They make your tree very special. Read the tutorial and get inspired!
Summer is here and it is time for your kids to play outside and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. If you're looking for ways to keep her occupied, we have a brilliant idea - make a water or sand table, or both! A sand or water mirror is a wonderful outdoor toy for sensory and imaginative play. It's great for playing and studying while staying cool in the garden. Here are some DIYs for such tables!
This fun outdoor activity center is the perfect place for toddlers to explore, learn, and get their hands dirty. Find out how to frame a large plastic container and create a fun activity center for your yard. Fill the table with sand or water and toys and let your toddler play! The lid that came with your container doubles as a cover to keep the sand clean. Drain the water and freshen it up between uses. The empty container can also be used for convenient storage of toys.
If you're looking for a kid's water table that you can build yourself, these free toddler water table blueprints are for you! This wooden water table can withstand the elements and looks great. This DIY kids water table works great, is great fun for kids, and looks great too! This tutorial includes free plans and a video tutorial to make your crafting easier.
In this project, you will learn how to create a relatively simple, custom water table. While there were some specific challenges in the construction process, this amazing water table is well worth it! Place your child on the deck with a water table - they will play there safely and with lots of fun. Take a look at the pictures and find out how to build this cute sand or water mirror so that your child has a lot of fun.
AJ loves to play in the dog's water bowl. it's her favorite activity right now! And while it's cute to see how much she loves playing in the water, I don't really appreciate having water on all floors, and I make a DIY water table out of one of the extra plastic storage tubs you might find in the have garage. Get a fountain pump and PVC pipe and put together a fun water table with fountains and sprayers in less than an hour! It's really easy to make with a few parts from your hardware store. So if your baby loves playing in the water, try doing this for him or her! A bit of water splashes off the table, but it still works great! It's too much work to make sure every single drop lands on the lid and flows back into the pocket.
Water levels are not cheap, a pain to store when you have short warm months, and bulky for people in smaller houses, condos and apartments even when they are in use. So this is an easy and fun way to play with water with simple toys and tools that can be used for other purposes as well. You can make this cheap kid water table in minutes for just a few dollars. The bicycle helmet is optional!
Make a cool water and sand table for your garden and delight your children with both! This was a very cheap project as the author already had a proper table, even if you don't have it, buy it at a flea market. Play around with colors that paint the table and get bright tubs to delight your kids with this outdoor toy.
Here is a fantastic sand and water table with a lid that combines three playgrounds into one fantastic outdoor toy for kids. I love that this outdoor game table has a lid that doubles as an outside board and keeps everything tidy when not in use - a little organizing is always useful, isn't it? Get more activities with just one table with this tutorial!
It's finally warm enough to go outside and enjoy the sunshine. One thing that many toddlers absolutely love this time of year is the water feature. Sprinklers, swimming, splash guards ... water levels can get pretty expensive at this point! Make a water table yourself with PVC pipes instead of accepting defeat. All materials can be purchased from Home Depot or Lowe's. This is a pretty easy project to assemble that was completed in less than an hour. Any remaining materials can easily be used for other projects. Let yourself be inspired!
This water table contains fountains and sprayers, as well as a self-contained reservoir and pump, so it doesn't need to be attached to the hose. The whole piece can be put together in about 2 hours if you have all the necessary materials. After finishing the vehicle, connect the pump to test the water pressure exiting the fountains. If it's too much, unplug the power cord, enlarge a hole or two, and test again.
Here's an IKEA hack, and we all love it very much! This water and sand table was built with IKEA Trofast bowls for sand and water. Inside the table there is a storage space in which you can store additional Trofast bowls for all kinds of objects. Check out this simple hack and get inspired!
Here is a stylish water and sand table with PVC pipes! All of your children will keep playing and having fun for a long time. To store the water tub, drain the water and place the tub and toys in the garage to dry. For the sand tub, open the lid to keep rain and living things out in the neighborhood. Read on to find out how to make this cool table!