How to Make a DIY Fairy Light Tree With String Lights
Many of us wish we could have outdoor lights glowing year-round; sadly, knotted electric cords and high energy bills hold us back. Thankfully, technology has advanced. Today, I’d like to share how I made a DIY fairy light tree with Starbright’s solar-powered string lights that could stay on year-round. Having solar-powered lights eliminates the need for long electric cords. This project was sponsored by Starbright.
This 5-foot fairy light tree is the perfect size to stand on your covered patio/porch surrounded by greenery or flowers. Making your own fairy tree is only one example of how you could use solar-powered lights. There are many other creative ways to use them from Brightology.
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For more info and pictures visit my website at DIY Fairy Light Tree. You could also see my other project here.
Step 1 – Find a Tree Twig
Step 2 – Trim Unnecessary Branches
Step 3 – Wrap the Branches with Aluminum Foil
Step 4 – Cut Boards for the Base
Step 5 – Drill a Hole for the Spike and Cut the Angle
Step 6 – Assemble the Base
Step 7 – Paint the Base
Step 8 – Attach Tree Branch to the Base
Step 9 – Attach Solar Panel to the Base
Step 10 – Wrap the Wire with Lights Around the Tree
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