Gallery: Upcycle Broken Christmas Lights into Sparkly Holiday Accessories


1. Remove lights from Christmas strand. Take your tack and poke a hole through the plastic end part of the light.

2. Thread a jump ring through the hole.

3. Thread the French hook through the jump ring and close up with a pair of pliers. Repeat for the other earring. Then, dress up your ears with their shiny new holiday gear!

Optional: Instead of using a jump ring, string wire through the hole and twist the two ends together. Thread both ends through a colorful bead. Loop the ends of the wire onto a French hook and you’ve made your own earrings.

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One Response to “Upcycle Broken Christmas Lights into Sparkly Holiday Accessories”

  1. Craft and Fun says:

    I like this idea ! i like make bijoux too recycling different materials like pet bottle , nespresso capsulas and so on .
    My bijoux on

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