Firefly lights are battery operated and can be used just about anywhere except under water. They’re pretty versatile and fun so here are 5 ideas of how to use them.
#5 Wrap the lights around our tiny Sisal trees.
This next idea would be great for a summer party or use a bunch as alternative luminaries.
#4 Cover batteries with felt and stuff the rest of the Firefly Lights into a mason jar
We love mason jars, this next craft could be created for each season depending on the sticker you use…
#3 Place a heart shaped sticker (or star, clover, letter…etc) on a mason jar, paint, remove sticker. Put batteries in, cover with felt, and stuff in the rest of the Firefly Lights
Add whimsy to your artwork using the idea below.
#2 Spray paint a canvas using a stencil. Tape Firefly lights to the back. Tape the batteries either to the top or bottom center so the canvas stays straight. Turn on and enjoy.
#1 Shape scrapbook paper into a cone. Cut bottom off until level. Wrap with wire and Firefly lights. Top with star. Tuck batteries under tree cone.
Want to see what the Firefly Lights look like in the dark?
If you want the mason jar to be portable, cover the batteries with tissue paper or felt. If not, take them out of the jar like the photo above.
There you have it. If you want to find more ideas, check out our “Lights” Pinterest board.