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DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

When I stumbled upon , I knew I had to give it a try. They’re the cutest lights, right?! So here I present to you, my very own spray painted rose gold holiday lights.

I’m pretty fond of them, but they’re certainly not perfect.

I had rose gold spray paint lying around and thought hey – I can do this, too! While I do like them and think they’re pretty nifty for the holiday season, spray painting them wasn’t as easy as I thought.

Like the ladies of instruct, I stuffed the sockets of the lights with paper towels, as to keep the connection safe from the paint. However, I didn’t have outdoor space.

So, what I did do was find a box and spray painted in there. The issue that I didn’t think about was how many coats I’d need to get fully around the cord and sockets – again, because I was spray painting indoors. in a box.

DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

The cord is a bit sticky and not fully covered, so there’s some green shining through. Oh well, it’s character. Right? Can I say that?

So, while this may be one of those infamous “holiday lights DIY” Pinterest fails, they’re still fun and I would encourage you to whip up your very own. Check out the full details on .

If you do, let me know how you make out! Hopefully better than me, at least.

ps. Did I forget to mention that right after I took these photos one of the bulbs shattered? Thank goodness for the extra bulb!

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DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

Thanks, Chelsea! They’re definitely not perfect, but I still love them ????

I love this DIY; it’s crazy what a difference a little spray paint makes. I’d love to string them on a white tree!

A white tree! I didn’t even think about that. It would be perfect!

Omg, I LOVE this DIY!!!! I’d never even think to spray paint christmas lights. Love the idea.

You should try it! As soon as I saw them on Merrythought, I knew I had to make my own ????

DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

I just bought some lights just like these and didn’t love the green. Thanks for the idea!!!

I am IN LOVE with this DIY! ROSE GOLD CORD I am sooooo doing this, right after I find some Rose Gold spray paint!!! Thank You for sharing your Awesome Idea!

What brand of spray paint is this?! I want to get the exact one! Not all rose gold spray paints are this pretty

Hi, Dalis! I believe I used the Krylon Metallic paint. Hope that helps! ????

Hi Gabriella! I was wondering what lights you used, I’ve been looking for a while and I don’t trust a lot of brands. Oh and also, how have those lights held up, have they been breaking at all?

DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

Hi, Kaelin! I sadly don’t remember which specific brand, but I know I picked them up from Target. We’ve only used them for one Christmas season, but they were just fine!

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DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

When I stumbled upon , I knew I had to give it a try. They’re the cutest lights, right?! So here I present to you, my very own spray painted rose gold holiday lights.

I’m pretty fond of them, but they’re certainly not perfect.

I had rose gold spray paint lying around and thought hey – I can do this, too! While I do like them and think they’re pretty nifty for the holiday season, spray painting them wasn’t as easy as I thought.

Like the ladies of instruct, I stuffed the sockets of the lights with paper towels, as to keep the connection safe from the paint. However, I didn’t have outdoor space.

DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

So, what I did do was find a box and spray painted in there. The issue that I didn’t think about was how many coats I’d need to get fully around the cord and sockets – again, because I was spray painting indoors. in a box.

The cord is a bit sticky and not fully covered, so there’s some green shining through. Oh well, it’s character. Right? Can I say that?

So, while this may be one of those infamous “holiday lights DIY” Pinterest fails, they’re still fun and I would encourage you to whip up your very own. Check out the full details on .

If you do, let me know how you make out! Hopefully better than me, at least.

ps. Did I forget to mention that right after I took these photos one of the bulbs shattered? Thank goodness for the extra bulb!

DIY Rose Gold Holiday Lights

Gabriella is a blogger, Director of Social Media in Boston, and City Manager for the BOS Lady Project. You'll typically find her with an iced chai in one hand and a book in the other.

Thanks, Chelsea! They’re definitely not perfect, but I still love them ????

I love this DIY; it’s crazy what a difference a little spray paint makes. I’d love to string them on a white tree!

A white tree! I didn’t even think about that. It would be perfect!

Omg, I LOVE this DIY!!!! I’d never even think to spray paint christmas lights. Love the idea.

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