Tuesday, May 9, 2017

DIY Easy Paper Star Tealight Outdoor Decor

Have an event coming up soon; like a Memorial Day Party, Graduation, Wedding, 4th of July event, or just have a few friends over for dinner?  Here is a quick and easy way to make everything festive by make some star tealight holders.

**All opinions are 100% my own.  I was compensated for this post. This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.  This helps me keep bringing you awesome free crafty ideas like this one!**

I made 3 different types depending on what you wanted to use the decor for.  Lets first start with how to make these fun star tealight holders. in my video tutorial.

The first set is all about Memorial Day and 4th of July, everything patriotic!!  Using colors of red, white, and blue makes this a perfect outdoor ideas.  Add in the little star tealights from the Dollar Tree with the cut up flag banners and you are set for an amazing party!!

Paired with the white embossed paper from DCWV and red start stuck paper from Rinea it makes this scream patriotic!

Not in the mood for a true red, white and blue.  Try this elegant copper and navy version.  Using the Indigo Kraft & Rose Gold stack from DCWV paired with copper foiled paper make this a true elegant touch to any party.

Perfect for that party that is around memorial day with a touch of elegant chic.  All the layers are held together with the Xyron Mega runner, this amazing adhesive kept these stars together even after being blown off my table while taking pictures.  As it gets dark the tealights start to reflect on the copper in the navy paper and also the copper foiled paper to make a beautiful glow.

What about graduation and weddings?  These are an easy and beautiful decor idea for an outdoor party.  Black and white paper with a touch of metallic make any table come to life!  Add in your school or wedding colors and you have personalized decor that everyone will love!

Thanks for stopping by!
Supplies Used
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