Getting back to the string lights, they involve small balloons covered in paper mache which are later deflated, leaving behind a small globe that can be attached to regular strings of lights. Let me tell you...this was a learning experience. It took three tries to get the method down pat for making the globes. Our first attempt was a disaster. The second was a bit better, and we actually got a few globes we could use. Our third time was the charm. Good thing we started early!!! We ended up needing 30 globes in all since the LED string lights we used was long. I think they turned out great, though! What do you think?
|Marla and I are crafting superstarz!|
|Silver dangly stars.|
|Mason jar lanterns.|
|Floating candles in the birdbath.|
Tomorrow: third (and last) party post!