Discussion in 'Arts and Crafts' started by RobertLC, Oct 9, 2012.
Made this a couple of days ago:
oh I like that - hmmm if we do it in yellow lights it can stay up until after Christmas
what size circles did you use??
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They came from Hobby Lobby. The large metal wreath frame is 20" and the ears are the 12" ones because I found out that Mickey's ears are 3/5 the size of his head, no matter what size his head is.
The ears are attached to the head with green floral wire.
I used 2 sets of candy corn lights and 1 set of orange lights. I plan on keeping it up until right after Thanksgiving. The colors are Fall colors.
I have another set of the frames that I could use to do one for Christmas with blue lights that match our exterior house lights.
Love your wreath!!
Thanks! Just something I dreamed up.
I may have to lift that idea to do this fall/Christmas....
Loving that! Thanks for sharing!
I love it!
super cute !
I've tried somthing similar. I've purchased from K-mart the extra large wire formed spider web and 2 of the smalls.
I used zip ties to attach the "ear" and wrapped orange lights around the border.
I'll be making these soon. My non-crafty hubby just said these are a "must have" for Christmas!
Very creative!!! I will def have to make one for christams for sure! Great job!
Love the idea. Great job!!
Oh i love!!!!
Has anyone made the Christmas version of his yet? I was wondering how many twinkle lights I will actually need to use. Hubby and I were wondering if 200 mini lights would be too many (of course we have 800-900 lights on a 6 1/2 foot tree too).
I had 3 strands of 100 on this one. I've bought the same number of blue lights for the Christmas version.
Will post photos when I get it done.
Just made the Christmas version.
When phone charges up a bit, I'll take a photo.
Correction on number of lights for Halloween version: I used 3 sets of 50 lights, so 150 total.
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