DIY Lighted Wreath
I have been shopping for Christmas lights and was shocked by some of the prices! All I wanted was something simple to hang in my front window. Everything was at least $20.
I found something for $9 at Target but it looked really cheap.
Then I thought… well I can make cheap decorations too, Target! So, take that!
So I came up with a DIY lighted wreath. I went into my closet and found an old light strand and a hanger.
1 light strand
1 wire hanger
Cost: 1 light strand (mine was $2-$3), and wire hanger was free.
Project time: 10 minutes
1. Take the wire hanger (one of those cheap ones from the dry cleaners) and bend it into a circle.
2. Attach lights to it. I used scotch tape to keep the lights in the right position. Cut off extra scotch tape ends.
|Hmmm, the extra tape looks silly.|
3. No more directions. You are DONE!
I left the hanger part as it is because it acts like a built in hook. I just hooked it on the window lock.
|Looks silly in the day, but don’t all Xmas lights look silly during the day?|
Now, look at it at night.
Imagine what it would look like when you drive by the front of the house!
Not too shabby for $3. Take that, Target!
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