19 String Light DIYs to Make… TODAY!
What is it about twinkly string lights that just make a space more magical? Maybe it’s the mood lighting, or how similar they look to romantic starlight. Maybe it’s because they remind us of the holidays. Whatever the reason, we’re huge fans of making string lights a permanent decoration in your home. Check out our favorite 19 DIY projects to brighten up your space.
Grab some blankets and heat up the hot chocolate, because you’re going to want to cozy up around this flame-less fire pit. (via Free People)
All you need for this super easy DIY is a string of globe bulbs and some craft foam. Now go and make. (via Mon Makes Things)
This is your place. Let it be known with this flashy DIY marquee in your name. (via Brit + Co)
This wall tree made from string lights is the perfect way to save space and yet still get your home ready for the holidays this season. (via Martha Stewart)
As if string lights weren’t sparkly enough, this DIY shows you how to add even more shine and color for the perfect garland. (via Design Love Fest)
Nothing rocks white and fluffy better than snow, and we figured out how to snow-ify our string lights. High five anyone? (via Brit + Co)
Got string lights? Got paper? Then all you need to do next is decide which one of these 10 projects you will create. (via Brit + Co)
Gather up some patterned colorful bits of fabric and tie them on to your string lights for an easy and beautiful upgrade. (via My So Called Crafty Life)
Yup. Those pretty flowers are made from egg cartons. This is definitely a project the kiddos will want to help you with. (via Pysselbolaget)
Are you ready to make your house look like Candyland? These lighted candies look just scrumptious. (via Oh Happy Day)
These colorful little flowers are perfect for decorating just about anything in your home, including string lights. (via Brit + Co)
The best part about this project is that you can change the color of your paper to match the season or special occasion, so you’ll be ready to celebrate every holiday. (via A Subtle Revelry)