7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors

7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors

We’ve seen lots of ways to brighten your yard or porch for the holidays, and today we are sharing some unique ways.

  1. Starlit globes. Create outdoor chandeliers by wrapping lights around old wine-barrel hoops, then suspending them from the branches of a large tree.
  2. Fire without the flame. Keep a firepit glowing all season with copper-wire lights loosely draped over a pile of wooden logs.
  3. Twinkling tumbleweeds. Copper-wire lighting can turn tumbleweeds into something magical.
  4. Tree of light. Show off the delicately twisted branches of a compact young tree by wrapping it in lights.
  5. Electric wreath. Illuminate your garden with a globe-light wreath. To give some of the bulbs a frosty look, as pictured, apply frosted-glass spray before you begin.
  6. Glow drops. Gently stuff a light string into the terrarium through the hole in the back, then use twine and small s-hooks to secure the mini lanterns to the branches.
  7. Under glass. Gather a string of globe lights under cloches, allowing some of the lights to spill. Use them to create a trail of light through a planting bed, down a path, or among ornamental grasses.
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
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