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How To Make Sparkly Holiday Accessories from Dead Christmas Lights
Posted By Mark Boyer On December 24, 2012 @ 8:00 am In Accessories and Fashion,Design,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Every string of Christmas lights  tends to have a few dead bulbs in it when you pull it out of the closet. Instead of sending them on their merry way to the landfill, you can reuse those dead bulbs to create some festive new holiday accessories. The perfect size for hanging from your ears or neck, these tiny lights can still shine with the addition of jewelry fittings and some creative flair. Over at Ecouterre , we show you how you can create your own holiday-themed accessories, casting damaged goods in a whole new light.
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