Macrame Garden Lights

 As told before my husband and I bought a fixer upper almost two years ago, because what my husband likes to do the most on his days off is some serious home improvement. He does the renovating of the house entirely on his own, only in the weekends because on week days he has a totally different job, so things aren't going very fast, but they definitely are done good. 

The last project on the house he finished this weekend: a small porch at the back of the house. I wanted a porch for years, so it's sort of a dream coming true.Unfortunately he weather wasn't very festive the last week, but I can't wait to sit on my own porch, drinking my morning coffee in the sun.

For now I'm busy buying flowers and pots and making things to decorate the porch with, like these little macrame lights, made of glass jars and rope.  

 



 

Tutorial: DIY Glass Rope Lantern by A Wonderful Thought


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Comments

  1. I always love Macramé. I love this project.

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  2. How lovely, roll on the good weather so you can enjoy your porch!

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  3. These look so lovely! :) #mischiefandmemories

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  4. I LOVED macrame when I was younger! So nice to see it's resurgence in your post <3 what a lovely idea! Coming to you from the making a home link up.

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  5. These look beautiful! I was I had one ounce of your creativity!
    #mischiefandmemories

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  6. Beatiful! I used to do macrame years ago, and now I'd love to do it again.

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  7. I love the atmosphere these create.

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  8. How pretty are those lights! I think they would make a gorgeous addition to any garden. How creative! Thank you for joining us for #mischiefandmemories

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  9. I really like these lights. I'll give it a go when the weather is nice enough to sit in the garden. Thank you!

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  10. Very pretty and I think they would look fab at an evening BBQ. Thanks for linking up with #MischiefAndMemories (please remember to add our badge and to complete your commenting by 9pm on Fridays to be in with a chance to be our top commenter and get a backlink)

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  11. These are so fun outdoors! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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