As part of our Teen Summer Reading Program, “Spark a Reaction,” I thought a craft featuring electricity would be a perfect fit! This craft is fairly simple and user friendly. Plus it will cast beautiful designs on your wall in a dark room!
– poster board
– Martha Stewart’s Star Punch
-hot glue + gun
– a 2 ft strand of Christmas lights
– 1 small, round wooden box
If your box has a lid, detach it and throw it away. Trace around your circular box on the poster board to create the “top” of your lamp. Then wrap the poster board around your box to measure and mark the width of your lamp’s “body.”
Cut out the pieces you measured. Punch as many stars as you like into the poster board.
Hot glue the lamp “body” to the wooden box. Drop your Christmas lights into the lamp and thread the cord out through any stars you have in the back. Then hot glue your “top” on.
Step 4: Plug it in and enjoy!
2 thoughts on “Teen Craft: Celestial Lamp”
These are georgeous. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much! My tweens were really excited and enjoyed making them!