Christmas Balls With Fairy Lights (Bolas Navideñas Con Luces Hada)

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These beautiful Christmas balls with fairy lights are really easy to make and it adds warmness to your home. All the tools are easy to find and cheap.

Materials:

  • 2 small plastic balls
  • 2 big plastic balls
  • fairy lights (15 led lights)
  • 50 cm of pita natural fiber yarn(flax fiber)

Filling Material:

  • green strips of cellophane paper
  • flax fiber (unrolled)
  • 2 foam balls of 1cm covered with red frost

Step 1: Filling the Balls

In order to fill the balls:

  1. Mix the cellophane strips with the flax fiber
  2. Fill the balls with the filling made in the previous step
  3. Add the 2 foam balls inside the balls

Repeat these steps for all the four balls.

Step 2: Use the Fairy Lights

  1. Take one big ball and put 4 consecutive led lights inside (as show in the image - start here).
  2. Leave the 5th light outside and then close that ball
  3. Take a small ball and put the next 4 consecutive led lights inside.
  4. Again, leave the 5th light outside and close the ball.
  5. Repeat this process for the next 2 balls.

As a result, all the four balls should be linked by the fairy lights.

Step 3: Add Flax Fiber Yarn

  • Make a knot in the ball hook and repeat this process for all the balls.
  • Leave a space of 5 centimeters between them and try to roll the fairy light with the yarn (as it shown in the image).
  • At the end make another knot (example) which will work in order to hang it on to the wall.

We also glued a star of foamix to complete our ornament and voila!! Our ornament is ready to decorate our home :).

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    gianellam1

    6 weeks ago

    I made one, and looks incredible, i put it on my kitchen door. thanks to share the instructions.

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    jessyratfink

    7 weeks ago

    They look great! Almost like tiny green landscapes :D