Spring is like a new start. It's a time to get rid of the clutter and junk, clean the house, and freshen up your home and décor. A fun new trend that is catching on are DIY boxes! You are able to find them all over the place now; Etsy, Amazon, and individual sellers alike are catching on to this fun activity.
How cute is this Home Sweet Home Sign! This is a DIY paint kit that you can do from the comfort of our own home. All supplies needed are included as well as instructions! This would be so fun to have on your front porch welcoming your guests!
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Bring Your Kitchen To Life! - Every kitchen looks better with fresh herbs and plants on the countertops. Our decorative kit with heirloom seeds is a unique way to add food to your planters and spice up your mealtime with a little gourmet flavor from your own home gardens!
This kit is from a company that is family owned and operated right here on a 65 acre farm in rural Oregon. Each Spade To Fork plant sprouting box set contains 5 types of Certified USDA Organic Non GMO seeds.
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This Boba tea kit includes 3 Premium loose leaf tea flavors (Jasmine, black, & thai), 1 large bag of boba (14oz), 8 boba straws, & recipe cards.
Cook bobas all at once for your party or uncooked boba can be stored in an airtight container and stored in a cool dry place for long term storage.
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How perfect would this lip balm be for a gift!
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This special Sunflower Home Sweet Home DIY box is perfect for both spring and summer! It's on a round base and has a cute sunflower with a pop of color for the "Home Sweet Home". This would be perfect to put on your front door or porch to welcome your guests!
The finished product measures 10.5" in diameter.
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Crazy enough this is only a small dip into the amount of DIY kits that are out there! As you can see, there is such a wide variety that they are really perfect for everyone. From food to candles and signs to macramé it would be hard to find one that you didn't like!
What is a DIY kit that you have done in the past? Or what are some you want to try?