Amazing Christmas Lights

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Besides decorating the interior of your home for Christmas, also you should pay attention for exterior decoration. The following guide will help you to create amazing Christmas lights that you can hang indoors as well as outdoors.

1. Bottle decor light

Get those old bottles of any kind from the basement and color it in green, red, or white and place the light bulbs or a small candle inside them to make an easy bottle light decor. If you are using candles, make sure that the mouth of the bottle is wide enough. Instead of painting, put in some glitters, glowing gels or sequences will also do.

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2. Cone lighting:

Get some green, white or red colored drawer liners and cut them into long strips. Wrap it around a cone shaped paper and glue the liner pieces over each other to make a cone shape. Once it is dried line the interior with string lights and tie some bells over it to make an easy Christmas lighting piece.

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3. Flower lights from old plastic bottles

Cut the bottom of the plastic bottles and use the flower shaped pieces as light shades for the lamps. Paint them in different colors to make a colorful Christmas decorative light.

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4. Glitter the bulbs

Take out all the light bulbs from the decoration strings and spread glue over them. Dip this glue spread bulbs in glitters of gold, silver, green or red one by one.

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5. Mason jar light –¬†¬†Christmas Lights

Mason jars can be used in many ways to have Christmas light decorations. Insert the string lights inside, paint them in different colors, glue glitter or sequences etc can all be done. Placing decorative candles inside the transparent jars will make table lights for dinner.

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6. Ping pong ball lighting

Ping pong balls can be colored and used to cover the bulbs in the string lights to make a different kind of Christmas lighting. This may be used to decorate the home or the Christmas tree.

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7. Snowflakes lights – Christmas lights snowflakes

Cut out some snowflakes from a clear plastic sheets or plastic bottles and use them to cover the light bulbs of the wired lights. This makes a perfect lighting for the patio in the Christmas for a real snow effect. Line the string lights carefully behind the snowflakes if the pieces are larger.

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8. Snowman bulbs

Paint the light bulbs white in color and draw snow man on it to make a different lighting option this Christmas season.

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9. Wall Christmas tree

Make a miniature Christmas tree on the wall with some old twigs or any other recycled material. Line the tree with the string lights to make an instant wall Christmas tree.

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10. Wine bottle light

Wine bottles may be used as light bottles, candle lanterns, chandeliers, pendants, painted with glitter paint to make table lights etc. The options are endless; choose the one which is easy for you.

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