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3 mistakes we should avoid to have a successful DIY project

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  1. Nancy

    I am so bad when it comes to DIY projects. I need to make sure everything is perfect or else I feel the need to start over. Totally important to take it slow and make sure things are done right. Thanks for sharing these tips!

    1. Fransic Verso

      Haha, I’m still learning as well. Thank you for reading!

  2. Michele

    Great tips! I can agree with the last one a lot. Do not rush the process. I know we all want to see the final result, but if you rush you won’t be happy with the results. Take your time and get it exactly how you want it.

    1. Fransic Verso

      I know right? Spend one minute extra and get better results.

  3. Nkwm

    Totally not rushing and making sure it is an intentional project is very important to a successful DIY project or really any project!

    1. Fransic Verso

      That would cool. Thank you for reading!

  4. Rochelle

    I’m such a short cut person and maybe that’s why I always mess up my DYIs

    1. Fransic Verso

      Haha I used to be until I get enough of messing up my DIYs.

  5. Mila R

    Just do not tell me “Do not rush”, because it will take me a lifetime…

    1. Fransic Verso

      Hahah, I know. But it’s good. Make the results worth it.

  6. Mayuri

    Okay…I am not that good at doing DIY projects as I get a little impatient in the middle of the project. I am going to take care of these mistakes in my next DIY project.

    1. Fransic Verso

      Haha well, that would be good idea.

  7. Anosa Malanga

    I agree that we should not go to shortcuts and rushing things out. In DIY’s I learned the value of making the most out of it and being creative.

    1. Fransic Verso

      True, let the process take its time for it to be perfect.

  8. Dominique Walton Brooks

    Thank you for the do not use shortcuts one! I love shortcuts — but they do often get me into trouble! You are very good at DIY — I look forward to learning more!

    1. Fransic Verso

      I know, it will help to get a perfect project. It used to get me in trouble as well.

  9. Ting

    I agree. Having a straight line is very important in diy projects unless of course it’s intentional. I love DIY projects

  10. Christianforemost.com

    These are practical tips that apply to every DIY project. I guess sometimes, we’re lazy and settle for sloppy work that’s why our project don’t end up like we expect they would

    1. Fransic Verso

      Haha true, it happens to most of us.

  11. Kenneth

    Agree on not rushing because it will be a disaster if you do based on experience

    1. Fransic Verso

      Yeah, it wil ruin the project.

  12. Krizzia Scollon

    DIY is so fun but you really need a lot of patience. It is very important to take your time!

    1. Fransic Verso

      True, it supposed to be enjoyable and it will be good in the end.

  13. Retirestyle Travel

    Your tips are giving me confidence to start a new DIY project. Thanks.

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