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  • Kelly Martin

    christmas lights poked through a canvas, so pretty for a little • Paint a stretched canvas from an art-supply store in your desired color. • Plot out your design in pencil on the back, keeping dots a half-inch apart. • Gently press an awl through each dot in your design to make a hole slightly smaller than the diameter of the bulb. • Press a bulb into each hole; secure each with craft clue. Cool naptime light idea on a smaller scale.

  • Kerri Dortch

    Christmas lights poked through a canvas... Great event decor or even a cool night light idea.

  • Kinsey Bush

    This would be great in a Baby Nursery as a DIY night light. Function and Decor in one! White Christmas lights poked through a canvas. a-maz-ing. #DIY #Lights

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