Diy ideas for fairy lights

You had to know there would be mason jars in this collection. These snowman jars are whimsical and enjoyment, and add the perfect touch when you light them up with clear Christmas lights. Just add the burlap or flannel ribbon and you’ve got a beautiful centerpiece or a candle for every table. I love how simple these are and how warm and cozy them make the room feel!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: craftsbyamanda

Lighted Wooden Village

This lighted wooden village is the epitome of vintage.

It’s adorable and so simple to create. You need a few mini birdhouses or if you really desire to DIY it, you could build your own little village houses. Just add the lights and some garland or fake snow to really give it a Christmas glance. Cheap, simple, and gorgeous – that’s my favorite helpful of DIY.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: designsponge

Rustic Porch Basket

This gorgeous basket will take visitors to your home back centuries with its rustic glance. The addition of clear Christmas lights gives it just the correct warm and friendly glance to put correct there by the front door.

The best part is this is so simple to put together, and it won’t cost you anything if you own a few basic supplies on hand.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: cassiefairy

Glowing Present Boxes

These glowing presents are amazing and perfect for decorating outdoors. They are also really simple to make. You can do these in diverse sizes and just string your lights through to make it easier. Imagine having these on the porch or at the finish of the drive. They’re the perfect way to bring your love of decorating to the outdoors this Christmas!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: marthastewart

DIY Lighted Trees

Tomato cages are the perfect things for creating these adorable DIY lighted Christmas trees.

Use them indoors if you desire, but you can create an entire forest of Christmas trees in your yard, too! They’re simple, and much less expensive than those spiral trees that you purchase at the department store. If you wanted, you could do a few in colored lights and some in clear, just to give your yard a really decorated look.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: 17apart

Houses by Night

Some ancient photos and a string of fairy lights will give you every you need to create this beautiful nighttime scenery for the mantel or countertop. This is such an simple thing to create and so elegant. Just select your scene and make the appropriate holes so that your lights glance love stars or window lights.

What a grand way to bring a little ancient world into your Christmas decorating!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: fellowfellow

Rustic Christmas Mantel

Adding lights anywhere during your decorating will give your home that extra-touch. Take a glance at this gorgeous mantel, every lit up with clear fairy lights. Even if you don’t own a fireplace mantel, you can create this same glance on a bar, table, counter, or wherever you own space.

The clear lights make it elegant, and the overall vintage glance is just beautiful.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: chiconashoestringdecorating