Dry fruits, sweets and mementos are standards gifts of Diwali. From fancy-looking dry fruit box to cartons of dinner sets, people come up with several ideas for Diwali gifts. This festival is not all about lights, life and happiness, but also new clothes, family reunions and gifts. Ignoring the annoying relatives, we have compiled a few DIY ideas for gifts this festive season.
Gone are the days of regular string lights loading your house, just like everyone else’s. Kids today themselves come up with creative ideas with innumerable options for decorating your home. Light-weighted and gorgeous, handmade lanterns brighten up and adorn home well. Furthermore, you can check out various choices of designs to put your efforts into.
Lights and diyas are available everywhere weeks before Diwali. How about gifting someone something closer to nature? Enrol for a candle-making crash course, or simply look up online ideas to create pressed flowers candles, using beeswax and original flowers. You can customise the style according to the props available.
One of the best things about this festival is scrumptious sweets including gulab jamun, motichoor ke laddu, kaju katli and rasgullas. What about custom made mithai hamper? From sugar-free mithais to unconventional sweets for children, you can include chocolate cupcakes and marshmallows apart from desi Indian mithais for this festive season.
Use beads and ribbons to create incredible pieces of jewellery for your loved ones. Creative and aesthetic, earrings and chain neckpieces will win the hearts of those you gift them to. From spunky Bossy earrings to quirky heavy neckpieces and belts, every divine style is customisable owing to your imagination. Build beauteous ornaments with your hands and gift them to your loved ones with what they like.