Asked on Oct 1, 2017

I'm very interested in DIY but I am not good with my hands..

Hillela G.KattywhampusLOLDoanie
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  • Dfm
    on Oct 1, 2017

    can you buddy up with a friend to do some of these projects? One reads interprets instructions the other assembles? See one...do one...teach one.
  • Janet Pizaro
    on Oct 1, 2017

    so what do you need help with
  • Doanie
    on Oct 1, 2017

    You are probably better with your hands than you give yourself credit for. Think about all the things you do do with your hands that takes hand eye coordination. Then find a small simple project, get the materials, follow instructions and make something, no matter how simple, then try something else.

  • KattywhampusLOL
    on Oct 1, 2017

    Joey169.cc Hello :) I'm not really good with my hands either, but I sure do like to try whenever I get the chance or if something needs fixing -- I figure "It's already broke and will get thrown out if it is NOT repaired, so trying to fix it isn't going to break it worse; and I just might make it workable again." ;) And there are SOOOO many things you can try your hand at that don't call for lots of equipment or supplies or tons of dexterity. Actually, MY favorite thing to do is make candles and aromatherapy massage and bath oils.. OH! AND Citrus-Vinegar cleansing solution ;) So easy, and each one of those things smell so good when completed! And my frineds and family love getting them for gifts, too. You really should try Googling BEGINNERS CRAFTS and try your hand at things like these in the following link (which you could use or give to family and/or friends as gifts. Knowing that YOU made them make them valuable to those who care about you) >>>
    What do you have to lose if you give them a try, besides some time? So glad you like HOMETALK :) Would like to see a project of yours posted up here some time :)
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