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Cute, but there must be something you could use for the tealight holder that doesn't require drilling?

• 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.

Christmas Lights in a Jar. I did this last year for a display and just need to remember to do it again.

It's the most wonderful time of the year + let it snow + jingle bells + all I want for christmas is you + last Christmas I gave you my heart + I'll be home for Christmas + joy to the world + baby, it's cold outside + deck the halls with boughs of holly = CHRISTMAS!!!!

Zoo Lights at the Lincoln Park Zoo. have a seat...love this. This photo was taken on December 26, 2010 in Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL, US, using a Nikon D7000.

christmas lights - just beautiful !

love the brightly lite Christmas tree + reflection on the tile. adorable!

SarahJo Ciotti thought of you with this tutorial :) light up the night (build a simple wood frame from 2x4s and add crossbeams, drill small holes to put cords through in the bottom of each opening, paint your frame and screw to the wall, fill each space with lights and connect all cords, cut translucent panels from polycarbonate sheet and fix to the frame with screws)