How to Hang a Canopy from the Ceiling Without Drilling Holes | eHow

How to Hang a Canopy from the Ceiling Without Drilling Holes

Stars are an essential part of Christmas, so try your hand at this project from Martha Stewart and make your holiday that much brighter.

Stars are an essential part of Christmas, so try your hand at this project from Martha Stewart and make your holiday that much brighter.

Celebrate Star Wars The Force Awakens with your own Star Wars Lightsaber Christmas light set, perfect for your Christmas tree, Star Wars themed bedroom or Star Wars birthday parties!

DIY Lightsaber Christmas Lights

Celebrate Star Wars The Force Awakens with your own Star Wars Lightsaber Christmas light set, perfect for your Christmas tree, Star Wars themed bedroom or Star Wars birthday parties!

Love this idea for a reading tent in the library. Easy to add stars, Christmas lights, etc. for a bit of extra fun.

Love this idea for a reading tent in the library. Easy to add stars, Christmas lights, etc. for a bit of extra fun.

This holiday craft is a twist on standard Christmas lights - add plastic canvas star covers to make them look super cool and modern!

DIY Plastic Canvas Star Christmas Lights

This holiday craft is a twist on standard Christmas lights - add plastic canvas star covers to make them look super cool and modern!

Dreamy wedding welcome sign with greenery and white Christmas lights twinkling throughout the room. This couple nailed their "A Sky Full of Stars" wedding theme!

A Sky Full of Stars: Lee and Yuyu’s Wedding at Enderong Resort

Dreamy wedding welcome sign with greenery and white Christmas lights twinkling throughout the room. This couple nailed their "A Sky Full of Stars" wedding theme!

To create striking outdoor lighting this holiday season, string several of these shooting stars in your yard. We hung our comets in trees that were 10 to 12 feet apart. To determine how many feet of lights you will need, measure the distance between the trees, add 8 to 12 inches (so the tail forms a swag), and multiply this number by 8.

Outdoor Lighting: Shooting Stars

To create striking outdoor lighting this holiday season, string several of these shooting stars in your yard. We hung our comets in trees that were 10 to 12 feet apart. To determine how many feet of lights you will need, measure the distance between the trees, add 8 to 12 inches (so the tail forms a swag), and multiply this number by 8.

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