Magical Lights Tulle Wreath


Magical Lights Tulle Wreath

Instead of spending extra money on a wreath that will only last you one season, make your own Magical Lights Tulle Wreath. Not only does this tutorial show you how to make a wreath, but also how to make it glow with beautiful lighting. How many wreaths can you say actually light up? Your house will definitely be one to stop and look at during the holidays with the warm atmosphere created by this homemade wreath.

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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This is so,pretty.... I could see that as part of the decor at a wedding or bridal shower, or as embellishment on a summer porch, a fall decor as well as winter holidays! Depending on the color of tulle and lights, you could adapt this basic project idea to suit almost any time of year or celebration or decor! Red and green for Christmas, just green for St. patty's Day, red, white, blue for the 4th, or just the colors of your home decor or wedding colors! Endless possibilities!

How pretty! I love the idea of making this for a holiday door decoration.

What a great looking wreath for your front door for Christmas with its twinkling lights and pretty tulle which I have a lot leftover from tutus. I really like the fairy lights so you do not have to worry where to plug it in I never thought of that before. I can also see these wreaths hanging all around the deck in the evening for a summer barbeque with the pretty little fairy lights. So easy to make.

This tulle wreath with twinkle fairy lights is just charming. A few rolls of organza tulle, a preformed wreath form, ribbon and the fairy lights are all that is needed to make the airy wreath. Now I know what I can do with all the left over rolls of white wedding tulle.

This wreath is so precious! I can't believe how easy it is to make something so beautiful. I really like how the lights twinkle through the tulle to give a "magical" effect. I think that this project would make a great (and inexpensive) gift around the holidays. I can also see myself making up a few to sell at my local craft show. I bet they would sell really well!

I did one shorter and no light, thought I had it on pinterest but guess I haven't posted it yet.

I made this a couple of weeks ago, it is now adorning my front door for Christmas. Many complimentary remarks given. So easy to do and so effective.


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