Jasco Sponsored this post, but the opinions are my own.
I’m so excited to share this excellent DIY Light Up Christmas Gift decorations project with you. I just love it and couldn’t be happier with the Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Café Lights I was provided for this post. They are amazing, and you can do so many great things with them, especially this time of year! Can you believe it’s already this time of year again? Yes, it’s time to start gearing up for the fun holidays.
I love the holiday season, the smells, colors, and yes even the colder weather. It’s a nice break for the HOT southern New Mexico sun. Plus there are so many activities going on – football season, tailgating, Halloween Thanksgiving, Christmas and before we know it New Years will be here. Which for many of us means guests will be coming over or staying in our home and we want our house to look it’s very best for the season and Jasco Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Cafe Lights to help you this holiday season.
DIY Light Up Christmas Gift Decorations
To make these awesome DIY Light Up Christmas Gift Decorations you need is the following:
- Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Café Lights
- Plastic container
- Wrapping paper (you will need to be as thin as possible so more light shows)
Follow the below directions:
- First, you’ll want to cut a hole in the middle back side of your plastic container or box. It needs to be big enough so that the light can fit inside.
- Wrap your gift like you would any Christmas gift and tape.
- Cut wrapping paper on the back of the wrapped gift where you cut the other hole.
- Place the bulb inside and use electrical tape to hold it in place.
- Repeat for additional gifts you would like to add.
Enjoy, this easy and beautiful DIY light up Christmas gift project.
I just can’t wait for the holidays, I’m going to get a few more plastic containers and make more DIY light up Christmas gifts for my den. I can’t wait! After making a few light up Christmas gifts, I put them in the corner of my den. I’m planning to get a few more different sized plastic containers and moving them to another corner where you can’t miss them. They are fun, bright, and just make the room feel a whole lot more like Christmas! They sure are going to make hosting holiday gatherings more fun! It’s amazing what something so small can do to a room, and I just love everything about Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Cafe Lights. I can light the gifts up different colors, dim them, fade the lights, turn on the strobe, and even set the timer for 2 or 4 hours to make sure they get turned off.
If you use Embrighten Seasons Color Changing Cafe Lights, you could even go a step further than I did and create some excellent light up Christmas gifts for outside. Yes, Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Cafe Lights are for both indoor and outdoor use. Check out the tech specs:
The great thing about Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Café Lights is that you don’t have to take them down because they will work everything from a family movie or date night at home to just about any gathering or social event you have in your home. The possibilities with Jasco’s Enbrighten Color Changing Lights are endless. You can choose the colors of your lights from orange and purple for Halloween and Green and Red for Christmas to blue, pinks and more for fun themed birthdays or even a tailgating event. The lights can also be dimmed for date night, or you can strobe and fade the colors as well as take advantage of the 2 and 4-hour timer.
You can purchase Enbrighten Color Changing Lights in 24’ and 48’ with a black or white cord finish. All have 10 different dimmable levels, 2 and 4 hour times, present color changing and effect modes, 16 colors, ability to create more than 120 color combinations, are wet location rated, UL listed for permanent installation, linkable up to 750 feet, and can save you up to $89 a year. Plus I think it’s worth mentioning they are impact resistant, you can use them year around and enjoy the flexible mounting option.
What will you do with your Enbrighten Color Changing Lights?