These are so fun and the easiest DIY light up Christmas Banners ever. They can totally be customized to suit your decor. Let's see where I started. I gathered my supplies- the four inch letters to spell wish, the coordinating remote to turn the letters on and off, Marquee Love coloured bulbs, white glitter paper and my new favorite Deco Art Metallics Teal paint.
I then painted the outside of the letters with the teal paint and allowed them to dry. I trimmed around the letter inserts with some of the white glitter paper and inserted them into the letters and then added in the colored bulbs.I then followed Heidi's instructions she shares on her video below to string my lights together.
I then hung them at an uneven level on my pegboard, tying some fishing line around the pegs and white wire that attaches all the letters. To hide the wire I tied two red and white striped ribbons and attached them to the pegs.
The neat thing about these lights that I mentioned before is that you use the remote to turn them on and off. Do you spy that black and white box sitting on the bottom shelf- that's the remote. On the shelf above the "wish" you can also see the battery pack and antenna that is needed to turn the lights on and off. Heidi shares in the video why it is important that the battery pack is visible, be sure to check that out.
I also used my shelf lightbox and included some of the slides meant for the regular lightbox to decorate my peg board.
And finally I used my regular lightbox with more of the new Christmas slides, icons and backgrounds to complete my display.
Christmas really is the most wonderful time of the year... and now it is going to be even more special! Check out Heidi's how to video here!