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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Fun and Easy Easter Egg Light DIY

Decorate the front of your house with a set of Christmas lights and old Easter hunt eggs.  You'll have a beautiful and cheap Easter decoration your family and neighbors will love!

Decorate the front of your house with a set of Christmas lights and old Easter hunt eggs.  You'll have a beautiful and cheap Easter decoration your family and neighbors will love!

I am so excited to have a new house to decorate this Easter.  It's kind of fun when you get to try new things and decorate new spaces.  But as I was going through my Easter decorations, I realized I didn't really have as many "WOW" factors as I'd like.

So I started looking at what I did have.

After years and years of Easter Egg hunts, I seem to have a lot of those cheap Easter eggs.  I only needed to figure out something to do with them.

Decorate the front of your house with a set of Christmas lights and old Easter hunt eggs.  You'll have a beautiful and cheap Easter decoration your family and neighbors will love!

So I made fun and easy Easter Egg lights for the front of my house!

Decorate the front of your house with a set of Christmas lights and old Easter hunt eggs.  You'll have a beautiful and cheap Easter decoration your family and neighbors will love!

I absolutely love how they turned out and how they look at night.  Even my new neighbor came over this morning and told me how much she loved looking out her window at night and enjoying the Egg lights.

And they were super easy and cheap to make.




Easter Egg Lights DIY

I used some white mini Christmas lights and pastel colored Easter eggs.  I bought some solar lights from Walmart that are much like these ALEKO® Solar Powered Christmas Lights String Lights*, to save on electricity, but you could use regular Christmas lights.

Drilling holes in Eggs

I used a 1/8 inch Glass Drill Bit* to drill into the top of each plastic egg.  BE VERY CAREFUL doing this.  I found that some of the eggs were thick and hard to get through and others cracked easily like glass.  Go slow so you don't crack as many eggs and so you don't slip and cut your hand.

How to make Easter Egg lights for your front porch

When you are done, slide one of the Easter eggs on to each mini light.  Mine fit pretty snug and snapped right in, but you may have to adjust depending upon the type of mini light you are using.
Make beautiful and easy Easter Egg lights for your front porch using old christmas lights and some Easter eggs.

I picked up a pack of these All-Purpose Christmas Light Holder Hooks for Gutters and Roofs* a few years ago on clearance after Christmas.  They made it super easy to hang the Egg lights on my roof.

I love, love, love how they look and how cheap they are.  It makes me want to come up with lights for the front of my house for every holiday!  Do you think I can find some for "National Scrabble Day?"

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