Easter Decorating – One String of Lights

by | Mar 30, 2017

Easter Decorating - One String of Lights

 

This 5-minute project is perfect for brightening an entryway table, sideboard, or with battery lights, your Easter table.

This is our first project in our One String of Light series showing how simple it is to brighten up a room or a table with a single string of lights.  The craft lights used in this project are spaced 3 inches apart and there are 35 light to the string.

Materials

  • Floral moss – try the dollar store first
  • Ceramic figures – since it’s Easter, we chose bunnies
  • A single string of white craft lights or battery lights if you are using this project as table decor
  • An inspirational sign
  • “gilded” Easter Eggs (also a dollar store find)

Instructions

Lay out the lights in an oval pattern.

Cover with moss.

Add bunnies, eggs and the optional sign.

Plug in the lights.

Enjoy.

 

Easter Decorating - One String of Lights

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