Flower Fairy Lights

Flower Fairy Lights
Transform your leftover Easter egg cartons into enchanting flower fairy lights with this whimsical craft. Painted with watercolors and sprinkled with a touch of glitter, these fairy lights will add a magical glow to any room while repurposing holiday scraps in a creative and eco-friendly way.

Let's Get Started


A)    Cut egg cartons apart to make flower shapes.


A)    Paint the egg carton flowers with watercolors. Have fun using different colors, if you’d like. Tip: Use a darker color in the center of the flowers. Highlight the edges of the flowers with a contrasting color.

B)    Let dry.


A)    Brush tacky glue on the inside petals of the flowers.

B)    Sprinkle glitter over the wet glue.

C)   Let dry.


A)    Poke holes in the flower centers using the tool from the string light set.

B)    Insert a light into a flower.

C)   Continue inserting the lights into all the flowers.

D)   Flip the switch on the battery box and enjoy!

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