By Denise Abel, Nancy’s Notions Guest Blogger
Now it’s easier than ever to make any of your projects stand out—LED Ribbon Lights add just the right amount of sparkle to home décor, clothes and accessories, holiday decorations, and more. These small lights are attached to a soft, flexible satin ribbon that can be sewn or glued onto projects to add eye-catching effects.
The nearly 5-foot length of ribbon comes with a tiny battery pack that can be hidden on the underside of projects. These amazing lights are even hand- or machine-washable when the battery pack is removed. And, the best part is you can cut the ribbon to any length and each section is fully functional with its own separate battery pack.
The lights come in 6 colors—white, red, yellow, blue, lime, and orange—to match or contrast nearly anything you want to embellish. There are five illumination settings from steady-on to super-fast flashing.
Whether you create projects from scratch, or start with a purchased, prefinished item, here are eight great ideas to add extra sparkle and take your projects up a notch.
2. Give your little girl a reason to dance around. Sew LED Ribbon Lights along the bottom edge of her favorite “twirly” skirt and watch her go!
3. Turn a plain, basic Christmas tree skirt into a glowing addition to the focal point of your room. Add LED Ribbon Lights around the outside of the tree skirt, or add them around detailed areas of a more decorative skirt.
5. Help your guy win the coolest holiday tie contest this year by combining different colors of LED Ribbon Lights. Sew them around the outside of his necktie or form them into letters to spell out a fun holiday message like “Ho Ho Ho!”
7. Embellish a plain sweatshirt by making an iconic Christmas symbol out of LED Ribbon Lights. Form the flexible satin ribbon into a Christmas tree, holiday flower, snowman, wrapped gift, or spell out a holiday message in words.
Get started today on a new project that will shine a little light on your life—or someone else’s. Add LED Ribbon Lights to home décor, clothes, gifts, wall hangings, holiday décor, and much more.
Thank you Denise Abel, from Nancy’s Notions, for today’s guest blog.
Bye for now,