The right lighting can make any party feel more festive. This paiper mache project, from Reese Dixon, is a fantastic way, to repurpose your Christmas lights. When summer's over, the papier-mache; balls can be stored for the next year and the lights can go back on the tree.
Craft designer Tresa Edmunds came up with this clever project. She actually makes papier-mâché look easy. Tresa estimates that she spent $3 for a string of 30 lights.
Full instructions from Reese Dixon.