When performing the move, Wario-Man stops in place and takes out a Nintendo DS. He spends a few moments drawing in it, after which he will encapsulate himself inside a ball with a propeller on top of it. This machine can lift him up a significant distance and be controlled to move in any direction for a short period of time. While it does not lift very far vertically, it can fly very far horizontally. The ball itself also acts somewhat as a shield to Wario-Man, as he is impervious to any damage or flinch. Additionally, it can deal multiple hits of 2% damage each with weak knockback if the opponent is above the ball when it lifts him. It also does not make him helpless, so if he rides it to the end, he may use the move again as any times as he can, but he can also interrupt the move with an aerial attack.
The name of the move is an obvious nod to the game WarioWare: D.I.Y., called Made by Me in Japan (メイドイン俺), for the Nintendo DS. The abbreviation D.I.Y. stands for Do It Yourself, referring to how the player can make their own microgame using several different tools. The special move mimics Wario making a "microgame", or in this case the capsuled-propeller, and then it becoming an attack once he finishes it.