Night Set - DIY Mood Lights

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Introduction: Night Set - DIY Mood Lights

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Welcome to the DIY mood lights concept,

Here we will be discussing DIY mood lights. The uniqueness of this mood lights is that it can be placed anywhere of your interest. This gives awesome feeling to your scenario and sets the feel off. Lets get into how to make this attractive mood lights.

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Step 1: Requirements for This Project:

  • Balloon
  • Threads
  • Glue
  • Water
  • Lights

Step 2: STEP 1:

Take a balloon and blow it to the required size. For this u could prefer hard balloon and not like water balloons because in case of water balloons air will go off soon.

Step 3:

Tie one end of the thread to the balloon.

Step 4:

Spin the thread around the balloon so that you might be knowing how much thread to use.

Step 5:

To make the thread stiff and to get sticked to balloon we need some glue. For this, take some required quantity of glue and add little amount of water to it. Stir the mixture well.

Step 6:

Remove the thread from the balloon and apply glue on the balloon.

Step 7:

Dip the thread in the glue and start spinning tightly around the balloon. At last after spinning give a coat with glue over the thread.

Step 8:

Allow it to dry for 1 day.

Step 9:

After it gets dried burst the balloon and remove the balloon.

Step 10:

Make more balls like this and add lights to it. Decorate your room by hanging this anywhere as your wish.

I leave this to your creation. I have created something as shown in the picture above.

Let me know if you have created like this or something better

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Happy making.

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    7 Discussions

    What type of lights do you suggest using or what type were used for this particular project? I find that the led battery operated type of lights don't last very long.

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    kravi3

    1 year ago

    I like this project. Hope this stays an inspiration when I travel with my Girl friend.

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    So nice. This sounds good. If u like this please vote and like my project.

    Sure. Keep posting some interesting instructable.

    I love those style of lights, they look really pretty. If it wasn't so windy here I'd put some on the back porch.

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    Tq u so much. If u liked this project please like and vote for me.