10. Build a house 

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brit.co

Well, not an actual house, just its outline. This DIY approach to string light decorating is one of the easiest projects you can do at home. Just measure enough string lights and using a staple gun attach to your drywall as seen above. 9. DIY Garden Lights 

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zomoc.com

This project requires as many paper rinse cups as you have sting lights. As you can guess from the image above, you will need to penetrate the bottoms of the cups and string the lights together light a garland.
8. Lit Drapery 

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If you’re a princess then your drapery already looks like this, and if you’re not – then you can certainly feel like one after completing this DIY project. To pull this off simply string some lights through your drapes from ceiling to floor and you’re set.
7. Glowing Headboard 

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This beautiful headboard may look complicated, but in reality you can pull this off in just a few hours. Start off with a thin IKEA shelf, insert your sting lights and cover with a thin (but tight) piece of fabric.
6. Party Table

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Tired of using candles to spice up your dinner table? Next time you have guests try adding a little ambience by stringing some ping pong balls together as seen above. This DIY project is a sure conversation starter
5. Spot Light 

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remodelista.com

If you have a few pieces of art you want to showcase, then you can use this completely different string light approach. Instead of making your lights brighter, do the opposite and remove some light bulbs to contrast what really matters.
4. Artsy Minimalist 

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facingnorthwithgracia.blogspot.com.es

If you live in a minimalist space, or just enjoy the lifestyle – then this DIY is for you. This project involves just one nail and a few feet of stung lights. For the best effect try to plug the lights into a hidden outlet.
3. Divide and Conquer 

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urbanoutfitters.com

If you live in an open concept home and want to divide your space then simply add a wall of lights. To do this, measure enough lights to comfortably span from ceiling to floor. Keep in mind, it’s ok if the lights are touching the ground – just be careful not to step on them. 2. Light up a mirror

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fancy.com

This whimsical setup may look intimidating at first glance, but this DIY project is nothing to fear. All you need to do is string some lights around your mirror and you’re all set. As an added benefit, the light reflection will make your room seem bigger.
1. Ping Pong Lights 

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This DIY project requires a lot of ping pong balls, so make sure to stock up before attempting this project. When you’ve gathered your materials, you will need to drill tiny holes (just big enough for the light to fit though) in your ping pong balls, and slide your string lights into the openings.