**** First and foremost… I’m posting this disclaimer:
If you are going to make these lights the same way that I did, you MUST follow my directions for attaching them to the lights exactly how I explain them as to avoid any electrical fires. We are working with electricity here, people! To avoid any hazards, it is best to follow my suggestions instead.
LED Christmas lights****
crepe or tissue paper
1. Cut circles out of your crepe or tissue paper in the desired size of your flowers. Mine were about a 3″ radius. Each flower is 4 layers of paper. I cut mine with pinking shears, but you do not need to.
**** Here is my big disclaimer. I suggest using floral tape to attach the flowers to your lights instead of doing the steps I used below. It wouldn’t be any more difficult than the way I did it. Otherwise, follow this just right.
7. Slide your circles onto the bottom of the light… Make sure the paper is NOT touching any part of the metal contacts!!!!!!!!!!!!!! These directions are from my electrician husband. He would much rather everyone use the floral tape