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DIY Wall Light Christmas Tree

In case you liked the practical idea of wall-mount Christmas trees you definitely will like this light tree. It is perfect if you have zero space for a real tree. It is very easy to install and you don’t need a lot of things to make it. All you need to do is to fix a long Christmas lights string on your wall. Of course it should be shaped to remind the real Christmas tree but this isn’t too hard to achieve.

 

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  1. Andrea Says:

    How did you mount the lights to the wall without damaging the paint/drywall?

  2. Vicky Hernandez Says:

    Andrea,
    I’ve hung ornaments and string lights on the wall using Translucent Scotch Tape NOT the clear, sticky stuff. As long as the ornaments aren’t too heavy you should be alright. You can also use artist tape; single or double sided. It’s non-acidic (This tape is available at craft stores like Michaels, or hobby stores. Some home-improvement stores carry it, also).

    Clear tape tends to penetrate and leave a mark several shades lighter than the rest of the wall. Any remaining tape/adhesive can be removed with lighter fluid or Goo Gone, when you take your decorations down. My walls have matte finish surfaces, by the way. There’s no problem with shiny oil base finishes. Gook luck!

  3. Edith Eve Says:

    Is there any way to make decorations like this sturdier and last longer? I want to make one decorations like this for all year round, and I don’t plant to take them down soon. Scotch tape is definitely good for temporary decorating, but not for a permanent decorations. Thank you very much and I really hope you’ll answer me. I don’t want to buy something that will ended up useless because I have very limited budget ;~;

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