5 Simple Steps To Complete DIY Project You’ve Been Putting Off

Inside: 5 incredibly simple steps to get you somewhere with your DIY projects that you’ve been putting off forever. 

You finally decided to sit down and finish your quilt project that is supposed to be a  gift for a new baby. You have the whole afternoon to work just on that and finally, get somewhere with it.

Today is the day. No excuses. 

So you gather your fabrics. Grab your threads. Pull out pins.

And then something happens. That unfinished, barely started quilt just stares at you. You are not sure what should you do first. Fabrics you’ve pre-cut a while ago doesn’t seem to fit anymore.  You are thinking should you go through your fabric stash again …

So you go and make yourself a cup of coffee or tea. 

While sipping your favorite hot beverage you decide to just quickly check out Pinterest .. you know.. just for little inspiration to get you going. 

And there it goes … one click leads to another and as soon as you realize you really started working on that quilt.. hop, it’s time to make dinner. 

And obviously, today is not the day!

Is this you?

How many unfinished projects do you have sitting out there? 

Okay, take a deep breath. You are not alone here. So first, forgive yourself. This is all normal. While making DIY things, creating and crafting brings lots of joy and fun, on the other hand, it can often be very frustrating and overwhelming. Which can stop you from finishing DIY projects you’ve already started.

This is the symptom even the most successful crafters and artists have.


The good news is, you can beat this. You can finally take the road where your craft projects are completed. 

Imagine waking up with a smile on your face, because you finally feel like yourself, because you know that you have the ability to make beautiful DIY projects and activities for your child from start to finish.

Seeing your child playing happily with a toy you made, you know you have the creative power to make kids activities, toys and memories that serve the purpose of allowing your child to learn through play.

 Download these 5 incredibly simple steps to complete DIY projects you’ve been putting off and start right away.

Today is the day when you are going to move forward with that DIY project that you’ve been putting off for so long. 

Cheers to you.

5 simple steps to complete DIY project you've been putting off for a long time


Lily Zunic

I believe every person is creative and every craft project is beautiful when you create for the journey of your heart.

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