3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you

How’s everyone doing? Here we go with another post of the week. I’m following a new schedule for my blog. Hopefully, this time is going to be better. Also, there will be new ideas that will be shared on this blog. This will help me achieve consistency with the new schedule. So, for this week, I’m going to write about something I haven’t written about it before. These are 3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you.

To be honest, I didn’t think that there are many ideas for the DIY topic other than just projects. However, as you can see I’m now trying to figure more ideas to share with you guys. I hope I’m doing good ideas haha. Because I never tried them before. You can share your opinions and thoughts in the comment section because I really want to know what you think.

As I said in my previous post. You will never figure things out until you put the light on it and think more about it. Who knows? you might have a great idea and it is sitting right next to you haha. So I really recommend spending time thinking about everything around you. I just wanted to say this before I get into the post because I feel like it might help you with some things.

Anyway, don’t forget to grab your favorite drink and enjoy these 3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you.

About the 3 things, I learned from DIY projects that can help you post

As you can see from my previous posts. I started sharing posts that can help based on my experience. And I shared two parts of tips that can help make the process easy. However, this idea popped into my head and I thought it would be perfect to do it today. Since I don’t have any project ready to be shared haha.

From this idea, I am going to start sharing more posts in the future like this. Because there will be unlimited lists of things we learn haha. It will be great to share it with you guys and help each others. Whether you are DIYer or want to start. Just like the tips and now it has two parts.

I’m going to mention only three for this post. as you can tell by the title. The reason is the same as the tips haha. I want to get used it to first and then, start with more tips and things.

3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you

There might be things I wanted to share from previous projects. But I already forgot and I need to wait till it happens again so I can confirm it and share it with you haha. So, it means things might come new from new experiences.

Alright, lets get started show you the 3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you.

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1-The structure of the objects

So as you can see. The picture above is from my previous project. At first, I thought we will only need one step or design of the structure. Then, it appears, it needed more than one. For example, I wanted to make a 3D plane and for that, I need the interior design and then build the exterior design. However, I did it once and everything ruined. So I did it all again.

Also, the second or exterior design should have two layers. That will make it as perfect as it can be. This one, I knew it recently and I didn’t pay attention to it. Until it became a problem for me to make it look good. One time, I had to do three layers because it got ruined.

2-Draw before work

This is something I knew but I didn’t do until now haha. Well, at first, I thought I can do it right away and in my previous project. I had to do it twice and the second one, I drew it and it helped me to get it done. So I decided to follow this and share it with you guys in case you do the same thing as I did.

You can draw it on paper or you can just draw it on your mind if it’s a quick project. However, 3D projects require a lot of work and I highly recommend doing a paper drawing for a perfect performance. I know it took me a while to realize that. But it’s okay as long as I’m going to change it haha

Well, you might not be good on drawing, but at least you know the steps haha. So when its time to work on it, it will be easy to follow and be clear. Also, after a while, you will have new talent and skill of drawing haha.

3-The good timing

Let me tell you this. I sometimes think of doing or starting a project at certain times and I don’t think it’s a good idea to do it. You need to be mentally ready for this. Sometimes, when we fail a lot. It can be stressful and you might not keep going. Also, later you might be discouraged to do it again.

This is why I don’t really work at any time or if I feel overwhelmed, then I would stop and do it later. The process sometimes difficult and requires energy. So if you are going to do it at night, you might stop in mid-process. However, you can initiate it if you want to go for a 30-minute start or something. Just for fun and saving time later haha.


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26 thoughts on “3 things I learned from DIY projects that can help you”

  1. Thanks for this! I especially like the tip about drawing first. This way you have a good visual before getting going.

  2. I think that drawing the project before making it is a great advice, if I can add a fourth tip, for my experience …. making sure you have all the stuff required for your hands can make a difference !!! thanks and for sharing

  3. This is such a good guide to keep in mind when completing various DIY projects. Good timing is for sure one that I have to personally keep in mind. Thanks for sharing this!

  4. DIY projects are fun and I am sure this tips would be helpful.I agree on the part to be mental preparation for any work to be done.

  5. Somehow, life is a DYI project hence it makes total sense that the same preparations that help to make your DYI project a great success will also help you structuring and planning your life 😉

  6. Drawing before work is such a great tip. I always do some blunder when it comes to DIY and these tips are quite helpful for the success of a DIY project.

  7. Planning is important as well in DIY projects, and also inspiration! Without these two, the DIY project wouldn’t be finished as planned.

  8. I only like DIY when it involves makeup and clothes but these are great ideas for those who like experimenting.

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