You don’t have to move to Hollywood to live under the big bright lights. The magic and glamour of marquee lights can easily be created within your own living space, with a couple of DIY tricks that we still have hidden up our sleeve! Are you ready to light up your home in a true superstar fashion? Check out these epic 12 DIY marquee lights!
1. Ampersand Marquee Light
The marquee lights have such a strong decorative impact you’ll fall in love with the way they give character to any space they’re assigned to. Popsugar shares the tutorial for an ampersand marquee light with a chic style and unique design!
2. Ping Pong Ball Marquee Light
You don’t need giant light bulbs to DIY a marquee light. Created by V will show you how to make use of ping pong balls instead! It’s a solution that is much more budget-friendly and definitely more fun to make! If you’ve always dreamed of decorating your kid’s room with a big glistening monogram, now’s the time to do so!
3. Vintage Marquee Light
If you are inspired by everything vintage, you’re going to have a strong appreciation for Hello Boudreau‘s marquee light. It mimics the big lights we often see lighting up old bars and you can finally bring that old-fashioned, rustic spirit into your own home!
4. Golden Marquee Light
Most marquee lights have big light bulbs that are shining with a radiant and blinding light, but Modcloth Blog decided to try something new and created a marquee light with smaller light bulbs. The absence of bigger light bulbs is barely noticeable because of the light’s beautiful golden color!
5. Festive Marquee Light
If you find marquee lights a little too over the top to be featured in your home all year ‘round, set them up only for the festive season of December! They are going to go marvelously with the rest of your Christmas decorations, so head over to Christmas Lights Etc and see how you can make a joyous festive marquee light!
6. Wanderlust Marquee Light
Nowadays it’s easier than ever to travel the world and many people are deciding to invest into mini vans that become their temporary homes. If you want to give your van extra decoration to make it stand out when you’re parked, Priya Creates will show you how to DIY a wanderlust inspired marquee light!
7. Wedding Marquee Light
Planning a wedding can be very stressful – you want everything to be absolutely perfect, from the little details to the big centerpieces. Create a magical and romantic ambiance on your special day by decorating the space with giant marquee lights, following Crafting in the Rain‘s example!
8. Love Marquee Light
You don’t have to get married in order to experience the romantic atmosphere of marquee lights; create something special just for the intimate space of your home, exactly like Evan & Katelyn did! The marquee lights that spell love will bless your living space with charming light and romantic feels.
9. Pumpkin Marquee Lights
People don’t joke around when it comes to their fall outdoor decorations! If you take this time of the year with much seriousness and want to show off your love of pumpkins and the colors of fall on your porch, check out how Kara’s Party Ideas included pumpkin marquee lights into the seasonal front door decor.
10. Wreath Marquee Light
Wreaths hold a special place of popularity during the fall, so here’s a fantastic way to bring together seasonal decor and the enchanting marquee light. Green Wedding Shoes made a monogram marquee light and placed it within a wreath to truly create an outstanding decoration piece that outshines all the rest.
11. Heart Marquee Light
Marquee lights have a romantic component indeed, but when you give your handmade marquee light the shape of a heart you’ve basically won the lottery! Use this light by Poofy Cheeks on the special occasions when you need to create a magical ambiance at home – a date night, an anniversary or maybe even a proposal!
12. Snowflake Marquee Light
Have you already started scouting Pinterest for your winter interior ideas? This giant snowflake marquee light should be on your must-have list! Despite its overwhelming size it’s super simple to make, you’ll only need a little patience, a steady hand and the tutorial by A Beautiful Mess.