Valentines Light Project
There aren't many Valentine's parties, it is
a holiday of a more intimate nature, featuring
romantic dinners & candlelight. If your looking for a lighting display that's dim enough to give romantic vibes but enough light to see what your eating then try this easy little project.
WHAT YOU NEED:
3 Valentine Chocolate heart boxes
String of Clear Christmas Lights
Red glitter glue
A pick, (Think Tools)
1 large screwdriver.
First and most importantly eat all that chocolate, just
Kidding, set it aside, feed the kids some.
Take the top half of the box and poke holes going around
The heart shape using the pick. Then take the larger screwdriver
to make the holes bigger. Then take the glitter glue and
spread some on the inside of the top half of the boxes.
Using the paintbrush, spread the glitter glue all over.
Then take out your screwdriver and poke thru any holes
covered with glue before it sets.
Once dried poke your lights thru the back of the heart,
following your pre-poked holes, leaving one hole empty
For hanging the hearts. use the tape. Do the same with the
other hearts and lights. Then hang as a lighting display.
BONUS: you can separate the bottom chocolate holder
from the cardboard and paint hearts with glitter glue
for some easy matching artwork.
And yes all seen here was made with those chocolate boxes. Recycle people!
Keep it easy!
Added February 1 , 2016