The much-awaited Diwali is gone, and so is the excitement. And now, the Diwali lights that you had decorated so lovingly around your house needs to be taken out and stored away. Phew!
While most of us safe keep the used Diwali lights to reuse them next year, these delicate lights hardly survive the ordeal. So, how about making the best use of these lights while they last? Be ready for a sweet surprise as Ourtitbits bring to you the various ways in which you can make the best use of your Diwali lights to jazz up your home like never before:
- Lighted Window:
You can frame your window with the Diwali lights- from inside or outside, as per your convenience. When you will switch off the room’s main light while sleeping, the view from the window will surely wish you sweet dreams!
- Lights Around The Bed:
Wrap the Diwali light around the frame of the bed for an ultimate warm cozy feeling.
- Lighted Photo Wall:
Hang up Diwali light string across a wall and use it as your own personal place for memories. Pin up your favorite pictures, memoirs or whatever you feel like from the light and see the magic unfold!
- Enchanting Night Light:
Just hang up a small string of these lights on a nail in the corner. As you switch these lights on while sleeping, it can serve as a night bulb with a calming effect.
- Starry Ceiling:
Spread across that dim Diwali lights on the ceiling of your child’s bedroom that you have otherwise considered trashing. The kids will fall in love with this illusion of star-filled sky.
- Make Your Own Lamp:
Stuff a string of Diwali lights in a wine or any other glass bottle. The piece will serve as an amazing bedside lamp.
- Caged Light:
Or, stuff these lights in an iron bird cage that is available very easily in the market. Hang this lighted cage in your window and soon you will find your neighborhood talking about this amazing piece.
- Lighted Words:
You can also use these lights to style up a word or a short phrase on an empty wall.
- Hula Hoop Wonder:
Probably the easiest and the funkiest, just wrap the string of fairy lights around a hula hoop and hang anywhere you feel like.
- Perk Up the Plants:
Whether you have a balcony or a luxury of a garden, wrap up the leftover Diwali lights around a sturdy plant kept in the corner. This will be your happy corner for all the year round.