Did you know that you can make your own DIY beach decor in minutes using ropes? I am going to demonstrate this technique on a candle holder but literally, any surface is perfect for DIY beach crafts like this one. Needing more DIY beach bathroom decor? This one is calling your name! Grab some rope and your hot glue gun to get started.
This one was first posted on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor. I thought I would post it here in case y’all missed it.
Supplies needed to make DIY beach room decor:
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- Black Metal & Glass Candle Holder (any surface will work here)
- Battery Operated Pillar Candle
- Jute Rope (I used 3 of the 9 foot coils)
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
- Crushed Shells
How to make DIY beach bathroom decor:
Start wrapping any surface with rope using hot glue to secure into place. Be sure to wrap tightly so your surface does not show through. Here the black works well at hiding any imperfections. If you have a brightly colored surface, you might want to paint it black before wrapping.
Be sure to wrap all of the surfaces. Here we are even wrapping rope up under the base. You want your finished DIY beach decor to look good from all angles. When you run out of one length of rope, just butt up with the end on the next length and keep wrapping.
When the base of this one was complete, we also did a few wraps on the top band of the candle holder. Look at your piece for any surfaces that may need to be wrapped to complete the beach look.
For the candle holder, we put a battery operated candle inside as well as some crushed shells to complete the project. Need more DIY beach decor? You can also make those sea glass mason jars shown below in minutes.
In fact, you can see all of my DIY beach bathroom decor by clicking here.
DIY beach crafts like these are so easy to make. Just grab some rope and start wrapping. Want more ideas of things you can wrap with a rope? See our other projects here.
So many projects, so little time. Making your own DIY beach decor has never been easier. So, what are you waiting for?