You will need four different colors of spray paint for the grass, a round plate to draw circles on the papers and scissors to cut out the circles. You then use the template to spray your colors. Having a big lawn space in the backyard is also needed.
Glow-In-The-Dark Flower Pots
Purchase a flower pot you really like. Using Rustoleum's glow-in-the-dark paint, and paint the whole pot or a design you like. The pots will absorb the sunlight and at night it will glow.
Coffee Bean Candles
Fill small glass bowls with cheap coffee beans, and then place small candles in the middle. This is guaranteed to make your whole house smell like fresh coffee!
Grab a plain, white mug. Use different color sharpies to create designs or notes on it. Bake at 30 minutes at 350 degrees to make the sharpies permanently stick.
Color Code Keys
Having trouble identifying keys when entering your house? Try color coding the handles with nail polish. Coat each key different colors on both sides, and it will be ready in 5 minutes.
Fill a ziplock bag a quarter of the way with calcium chloride ice-melt pellets. Then fill a smaller ziplock bag with water and place it into the bigger bag. After you place the bag, squeeze it gently to break the little bag to create heat that lasts 30-60 minutes.
Rainbow Fan Blades
Remove the blade protector cover in your fan. Paint the fan blades a variety of colors. Wait for paint to dry and then return the protector cover.
Easy DIY Sprinkler
First, drill holes into a 2-liter bottle. Then using duct tape, attach the bottle to a garden hose. Turn on the water for a short-term sprinkler.
Break open a glow stick and pour its contents into a cheap mason jar. Add glitter, put the lid on it and shake it up. Turn off the lights and watch it glow with unique designs.
Drill a hole into a lid of a mason jar. Use glue to place a pump from an old soap bottle in the hole. Then fill the jar with soap and seal the lid.
Make-Your-Own Spray Paint
Find an empty spray bottle. Fill it up with Crayola paint for best results and add water to it. Shake up the bottle and you're all set to go.
Water Jug Lamp
Fill up a gallon jug with water. Then wrap a headlamp around the container. It can be used for camping or for emergencies.
Find old buttons that you have and get some paper clips. Then you take hot glue and glue the paper clip to the back of the button. Cut out a small piece of felt and glue it to the back of the paper clip to give it a clean finish.
Grab a tin bucket and hammer holes throughout it with a nail. You can make different patterns or designs as you please. Then stick a candle in the bucket and light it up.
Marbles In The Fence
First, you need to drill holes into a fence. Afterwards, you then place marbles into the holes to make the fence sparkle. You can try creating designs or even your name.