Super Chuck's Star Sign

This is a pretty easy "coroplast" project.  Super Chuck made a star but you can easily make anything you can dream up!  Chuck wanted a star on the front of his house, sooooo, he made one!!!  We bought about 5 sheets of coroplast and made a few different decorations.  This is one of them.  Like the others, you mark your design on the back (make sure it's the back in case you have a preference for which side orientation you want to see in front).  We marked holes about 1" apart.  This is approximate because if you have a certain space you are working with you may have to shorten or lengthen, a little, the spacing for your lights.  Then drill a hole that best matches one size drill bit down from the outside diameter of your light.  For instance, my incandescent mini light is 1/4" in diameter and I drilled a 7/32" hole - nice and tight for my incandescent mini light.  Super Chuck on the other hand had LED mini lights.  His LED mini light diameter was 9/32" and he drilled a 1/4" diameter hole.  Again, a nice, tight fit.  The plastic of the coroplast actually helps hold the light in place without the hassle of messy glue or weird clips.  Gotta love coroplast!

Here's some pics!!!


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