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Make Tissue Paper Flower Lights

13 June 2014 1,618 views One Comment

by rhonda

Make Tissue Paper Flower Lights

Head down to the basement and unpack those Christmas lights - they're not just for Christmas anymore!  Elise from Grow Creative turned a string of lights into a bright, colorful addition to her summer decor by adding a little tissue paper!  She achieved this particular look by using a circle punch with a scalloped edge to create her flower; try using different punches or even cutting freehand to get a variety of different looks as well.  [how to make tissue paper flower lights]

Project estimate:

  • LED Christmas lights, on hand or $1 and up
  • Tissue paper, on hand or $1
  • Punch or scissors, on hand
  • Stapler, on hand

Total:  Free and up

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  • Serena said:

    What a pretty idea! I remember many years ago, Martha Stewart had something similar in her magazine, using silk flowers instead of making your own tissue paper ones.

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