20 Ways to Decorate Your Entire Home With Twinkle Lights

Glow and behold, a bevy of fresh new ideas for every room.

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Glow and behold, a bevy of fresh new ideas for every room.

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Snow Globe Terrariums

It will only take you 10 minutes to pull off these adorable winter-themed terrariums. Pick up a few apothecary jars at HomeGoods or Cost Plus World Market, and stuff them with fake snow, LED lights, vintage figurines and bottlebrush trees.

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Hallway Twinkle Lights

Make your hallway 100% more magical in under 15 minutes, thanks to multiple strands of Christmas lights.

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Lighted Chandelier

Wrap your dining room chandelier with a generous amount of Christmas lights for an illuminating holiday update.

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DIY Flameless Fire Pit

Add extra "warmth" to your living space by creating this adorable faux fire pit. (Roasted marshmallows not included.)

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Winter Sparkle Mirror Garland & White Lights

String together multiple strands of Christmas lights and mirror garland on a large hanging rod for a dangling decoration that endlessly glimmers.

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Glittering Landscape

Perfect for a kids' room, this lighted canvas — created to mimic dandelions — creates a calming, celestial piece of art.

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Dixie Cup Light Garland

Easy alert! Use colorful Dixie cups over a strand of lights to create a soft, sweet glow.

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Framed Christmas Card Display

Rather than showing off your Christmas cards on a mantel, hang string lights within an empty frame, then clip your cards to it using mini clothespins.

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Fairy Light Wall

Or, instead of cars, hang family photos from the strand.

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Fairy Light Jars

Our favorite country staple gets the holiday treatment in this DIY project: Simply fill a Mason jar with a bunch of string lights, then cluster together on a mantel or entryway table.

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DIY Alternative Christmas Tree

If you don't have space for a tree, try this alternative. Simply stack a few twigs in vertical, descending order and add Christmas lights along the edges. Further decorate with holiday greenery, such as sprigs of pine needle and frosted pinecones.

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Stars Garland Mantel

Use reclaimed wood to create your own little holiday village. Then cut out stars from colored wrapping paper and sew them onto some fairy lights.

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Copper Lighted Wreaths

Bend some copper coils into spheres, then wrap them with matching copper string firefly lights. Vary the sizes for a glowing mismatched display.

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Christmas Fairy Lights

Christmas trick: Place lights in front of a mirror to create the illusion of an even brighter display.

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Lighted Burlap Garland

To decorate for a rustic Christmas this year, try sprucing up your garland by adding festively colored burlap ribbons to a string of white lights.

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Mason Jar Light

Calling all Mason jar fans: All you need to create this rustic front door decoration is some grapevine wire, burlap ribbon, and bundles of white lights.

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Faux Metal Star Lantern

Blogger Ananda offers a free download of her stencil templates and rust pattern so that you can recreate your own starry faux metal lamp, lit with Christmas lights.

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Twine Spheres

No need to buy those twine balls sold in craft stores — you can easily make your own with some balloons, twine, and Mod Podge. Once you're done, insert a string of lights inside, and you've got yourself a stunning holiday decoration.

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Outdoor Lighted Presents

Once you create the boxes in your desired dimensions, stuff some Christmas lights inside and wrap the exterior.

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Tomato Cage Christmas Trees

Haul out your tomato cages from the garden shed and wrap the wires with LED lights. This Christmas decoration couldn't be easier!

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