Adding Sparkle to a Shelter-at-Home High School Graduation

by | May 12, 2020

We heard from Angela in Dallas that she needed royal blue lights to help celebrate her son’s High School graduation. It’s been tough during times like these for graduating seniors and we are glad we could help.

We suggested that because of their electric quality that the LED version of blue light strings might be a good fit for a royal blue theme to celebrate graduation and show spirit with the high school team colors.

Be inspired by her project.

Required materials are just 2 strings of your favorite LED light string shape with larger bulbs and 8-inch spacing or 2-3 strings of smaller LED mini lights, streamers, and any accessories to personalize the entryway.

Adding Sparkle to a Shelter-at-Home High School Graduation

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