Let Your Love Shine in LED
Lights for Valentine’s Day

How to Make This Decorative Heart Using LED Lights

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Choosing the Lights

Our LED Cherry Blossom Strands are
available in Red, Warm White, and
Pink, and are great to brighten ...
What We Need for the Project

1 Wire grid
approximate size 30” x 24”, square holes
are 2 ¾” x 2 ¾”
Your size can vary base...
Step 1: Preparing the Lights
The first thing you will need
to do is open all of the sets
of LEDs. You will need to
stretch...
Step 2: Assemble the Design
TIP: We suggest “dry fitting” the sets, to
make sure your design is coming out, before
you sec...
Step 3: Finishing Up
Plug the sets into one
another, to make sure all
have power going to them.

Hang and display…
Plug in...
We hope you enjoyed this stepby-step tutorial!

For more great tips and the largest
selection of LED holiday lights, visit...
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Let Your Love Shine in LED Lights for Valentine's Day: Learn to Make This Decorative Heart with LEDs!

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Step-by-step "how to" tutorial for making your own decorative Valentine's heart using LED holiday light strings. We used pink cherry blossom-shaped LED strands. Not only are LEDs energy-efficient, but they stay cool, which is ideal for a project featuring close bundles of bulbs.

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Let Your Love Shine in LED Lights for Valentine's Day: Learn to Make This Decorative Heart with LEDs!

  1. 1. Let Your Love Shine in LED Lights for Valentine’s Day How to Make This Decorative Heart Using LED Lights www.holidayleds.com
  2. 2. Choosing the Lights Our LED Cherry Blossom Strands are available in Red, Warm White, and Pink, and are great to brighten up any occasion. Decorate your existing bushes/trees/foliage to add a springtime feel, add a little romance to your wedding lighting, or use them for any creative project you can think of… just like this Valentine’s Day Heart we created. www.holidayleds.com
  3. 3. What We Need for the Project 1 Wire grid approximate size 30” x 24”, square holes are 2 ¾” x 2 ¾” Your size can vary based on the size and shape you are trying to create 27 Sets of the Pink LED Cherry Blossom light sets Part #144361R-25 at www.holidayleds.com Zip Ties quantity will vary based on size and shape www.holidayleds.com We also added some “greenery” around the outside of the heart to cover the rest of the wire grid. There are many options/styles available, and you can find this product at your local craft/floral store.
  4. 4. Step 1: Preparing the Lights The first thing you will need to do is open all of the sets of LEDs. You will need to stretch them out, getting all the wire straight, and then neatly bundle them (Fig. 1). Fig. 1 Bundled set. You will then need to “fold” your bundle in half, securing it will a zip tie (Fig. 2). TIP: we suggest prepping all of your sets first, as this will make the assembly go a lot faster. Fig. 2 Zip tied set.
  5. 5. Step 2: Assemble the Design TIP: We suggest “dry fitting” the sets, to make sure your design is coming out, before you secure the sets to the wire grid. You will now need your Wire Grid (Fig. 3). Insert the bundled end of your LED light set thru the square holes on your grid (Fig. 4), making sure to pull the male and female plugs thru to the back side (Fig. 5). Once you are satisfied with the layout and design, you can ziptie the light sets to the wire grid. Fig. 3 Grid. Fig. 4 Inserted bundle. Fig. 5 Back view.
  6. 6. Step 3: Finishing Up Plug the sets into one another, to make sure all have power going to them. Hang and display… Plug in… Enjoy! www.holidayleds.com
  7. 7. We hope you enjoyed this stepby-step tutorial! For more great tips and the largest selection of LED holiday lights, visit us at www.HolidayLEDs.com! www.holidayleds.com facebook.com/ledchristmaslights twitter.com/holidayleds pinterest.com/holidayleds

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