The festivals of light Deepawali is around the corners and it is also the time of the year when Indian Hindu houses look their best. Though Diwali is a much loved festival of India and celebrated by almost all the religions. Diyas or kandils colorful paper lanterns as an integral part of Diwali decorations. The best of gleaming lights are expected out of personal touches and DIY ideas. You can use just a bit of creativity and little effort to create stunning Diyas or DIY paper lanterns with a very contemproray touch. These paper lanterns are used to decore the windows or walls of the house while Diyas and candles are kept on tables or sideways. Take a cue from these DIY diwali lighting ideas and try to add that little extra to ambiance of your house. And also be prepared to accept the appreciations from your guests.
The goblet table lamps
The goblet table lamps can be kept at a corner along with flowers,photo frames or other lanterns on a separate table at one of the corners of house on Diwali night. Or even can be placed on dining table if you are hosting a Diwali dinner. They are not easy to make but also very exquisite diwali lighting piece.
Lights in the bottle
They are not only among the easiest Deepawali lighting ideas but also prettiest lighting pieces. You just need some wine bottles fill it with some LED strings lights and connect them all to the electricity. Place them in your drawing room or even on separate racks in an open area or hall.
Bedroom light ball
All you need to do is to cut a cardboard or even a round or square sheet of ply wood would do. Stick it with LED string lights and decorate the remaining space. You can play with the shapes like round,square,heart shaped or even multicolour blinking lights here. It will look stunning and enhance the glamour of your bedroom. You can use it after Diwali too.
Dinner table candle arrangments
This is the perfect and quick dinner table candle arrangements for Diwali. You just need to fill some borosil glasses with water and fresh flowers and place a floating candle. It will not only illuminate the dinner table but also impress your guests with its sheer elegance.
Buy vivid candles and floating candle lights from the market and then take out your hobby kit and use your imagination to provide that personal touch to these diwali pieces.
Buy the simplest of all the kandils or paper lanterns and then use pom pom threads to bunting wraps to give it the perfect Diwali touch in your own way. They can easily be hung over your corner space or balconies. You can even put a good amount of glitter onto it and prepare four to five different colour glittering paper lanterns.
DIY lighting from scrap
Use any wooden hanger and make a hole into any of the wasted tins of various food material which you can paint or decorate too, then simply hang it with the help of cloth pins to the walls around kitchen area or even bathroom halls of your house
Glittering candle jars
Use some jam bottles or any other transparent glass bottles of various edibles and simply paste some generous amount of glitter on the bottom half of the glass jars only to fill it with water and place a floating candle on it later.
Fun Diwali arrangements
Fun Diwali light arrangements require most basic and quirky things around the house. From bangles to pebbles use our imagination to provide shape to the most stunning pieces this Diwali.
Paper-bag paper lanterns
Paper-bag Paper lanterns are based on best out of waste concept. Instead of throwing these brown paper bags after your Deepawali shopping. Turn them into DIY lighting paper lanterns. Cut,paste,create sky is the limit here.
Such floral candles in various colours will add a very aesthetic appeal to the entire Diwali decor. They can be used as any center table centerpieces.
Jelly fish lantern
This DIY jelly fish paper lantern is so much fun. Fanciful,frivolous or simply fun call it whatever it is surely going to be most talk about Diwali lighting idea of your neighborhood. Instead of laces you can also use various sort of decorative strings like pearls or even LED lights.
CD case coaster
Use old and discarded CDs, paint it or embellish it or even make funny cartoons over it then place your glowing diyas or candles over them with panache. Isn’t it best out of waste?