Ways to fuse Fairy lights in your life like it’s legit

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Ways to fuse Fairy lights in your life like it’s legit

Festival starts from here on and what do we love to do in this season- Parrtttyyying! Well most of us do. Me for one. We love hanging out with our friends and family, celebrating, decorating, and dining and dashing great assortment of feast food blissfully. Though, let’s not forget those beautiful souls who like being in their space enjoying the festivals in their own pretty way. So this piece is to brighten their way this festival season.

Brightening up this season with fairy lights is their favorite thing. You can take my word for it. While there are other decorative accessories available they choose to go with fairy lights, and why not there is so much more you could do with them. To check out the full potentiality of the sweet little lights to make them super freaking fantastic, scroll away my friends!

  1. It’s a jar affair

Jar Lights

   Try inserting the fairy lights into a mason jar or even wine bottles, they could make you beautiful cute night lamps. It would be like having firefiles in a jar by you all through the night to never let you stray away in darkness. Funny but it could work as your little jar of protective blanket. You could place it by your bedside, or also place it in your balcony or by your windowsill, or even in the lawn if you use battery operated fairy lights.

  1. Paper cups could do more than just coffee

Ways to fuse Fairy lights in your life like it’s legit

   Collect as many paper cups as the number of bulbs on the string of the fairy light you pick. Then punch little holes at the bottom of the paper cups directing from outside to inside. Then insert the bulbs through the holes and secure each bulb with tape. The benefit of using paper cups will be that it will disperse the glare and give you your own string of stroboscopic light which could give the celebrity feels.

  1. Ping pong it away

Ping Pong Lights   A little DIY can give you a notch with ping pong balls this festive season. That’s right! ping pong can be used for more than just playing. You will require a sharper knife, ping pong balls, an energy little more than usual. So what you have to do is punch holes in the balls and push the lights through just enough. The end result you would get is a pretty illusion of larger bulbs on a string. You could hang it

A little DIY can give you a notch with ping pong balls this festive season. That’s right! ping pong can be used for more than just playing. You will require a sharper knife, ping pong balls, an energy little more than usual. So what you have to do is punch holes in the balls and push the lights through just enough. The end result you would get is a pretty illusion of larger bulbs on a string. You could hang it around the walls or you could put it up on your dressing mirror and feel like a star. Bounce baby!

  1. Set your net bright!

Mosquito net light

   If you use mosquito net while sleeping this could become your light thing. You can use the little fairy lights to make a canopy like thing by throwing it over mosquito net and give you the luxury feels. It will up the beauty of your room and your net a 100 times over.

  1. Hang it under your dresser

Under the dresser

   It is very simple, just place some fairy lights under your dresser, or even under your bedside table for a warm floor lights. You could even tape it under your dining table and you could have your fairy tale festive extravaganzas every time you eat.

  1. Picture hangers

Lights and Photographs

   Love photography then probably this technique must have already crossed your mind. This method makes for an easy and pretty way to display your pictures. Use your favorite pictures you want on display by just hanging them on your fairy lights. You will just require a few nails for hanging the string and a few clips to attach the photographs on the string. There, you just made your own little photo string with lights.

  Hoping you can make more out of your fairy lights this festive season, have a safe and fantastic season. Do tell us what you think of it in the comments below.

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