How to Make Poinsettia Lights Using Twinkle Lights & Tissue Paper


We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.Brighten up your holiday with these beautiful poinsettia lights made using twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper and some floral tape. They are just gorgeous and add a touch of magic to where you place them.

If you love poinsettias you can also learn how to make poinsettia placemats, and download our free poinsettia place cards! And don’t forget to top it off with a simple Christmas Peace Wreath!

Poinsettia Lights Supplies

NOTES: LED Lights are COOL TO THE TOUCH and VERY SAFE. Also, we found some red and green glittery tissue paper at Walmart in the party section.

LED White Twinkle Lights w/green String (Get a GOOD brand that lasts. The ones linked to are not glass and will work great.)

Red & Green Tissue Paper (We used 12 sheets each of 20″ x 20″ (33 sq. feet for each color) and it was just enough to make 50 flowers. Possibly a few more.

Floral Tape

Awl or something with a point to poke a hole in the tissue flowers with

Free Poinsettia Pattern

We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Video Of Poinsettia Assembly

Instructions

NOTE ON STORAGE: Tissue paper is very delicate  so DO NOT STORE WHERE DAMP. Store them carefully in a box with lots of room.

This is all you need!

We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

I stapled my tissue paper together to help hold it as I was cutting more than one poinsettia leaf at time. FYI don’t cut too many as they tend to slide around. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.Start cutting out!

We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

I stapled my tissue paper together to help hold it as I was cutting more than one poinsettia leaf at a time. FYI, don’t cut too many as they tend to slide around. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

For each flower you will need three red and two green leaves.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Your finished Poinsettia!We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

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Get all your items ready in an assembly line. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Layer the flowers as shown, making sure to keep them centered.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Using an awl or something sharp and pointy, poke a hole into the very center of your leaves. Wiggle the awl to make the hole a little larger.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

The hole made using the awl.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Carefully push your light through the hole all the way down to the base. This will require a small amount of tearing. Just don’t tear it too much!We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

The underneath side of your flower.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Fold all your leaves over like a sandwich. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Try to fold them in the other direction, then scrunch them together.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Take a few inches of floral tape and start wrapping the base, squeezing it tightly as you go. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Keep wrapping as you move down. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

The tape is very waxy and holds perfectly. If it tears just add more. We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Carefully pull out the petals a bit.We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

Your finished Poinsettia!We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

We'll show you how to make these inexpensive and beautiful poinsettia lights using normal LED twinkle lights, red and green tissue paper, and floral tape.

 

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