This Viral DIY Cloud Ceiling Is Lit
A kid with his “head in the clouds” used to be a bad thing, especially where teachers were concerned. Now, it’s a goal, thanks to this DIY cloud ceiling trend.
Incorporating fake clouds into home décor started last year on TikTok (where else?) with a DIY cloud wall. It didn’t take long for people to move the counterfeit cumuli where they belong—on the ceiling.
Thus, cloud ceilings were born, and they’ve since taken the web by storm (*chortle*). Of course, as you’ll soon see, these can also create quite a fire hazard. If you attempt this, be sure to do so in a room you’ll always be in when the clouds are turned on and use only LED lights.
In the video below, YouTube content creator, Wes Fisher, walks you through the steps, but first, you’ll need to grab the following supplies:
First, put some duct tape on the back of your poster board sheets, then stick them where you want them on the ceiling. Then, use the glue gun to attach your lighting strips to the poster board, but be careful not to get any on the actual bulbs.
You can then use your spray adhesive or glue gun on the poster boards to attach your “clouds” of Poly-fil. If you have a lighting fixture in the middle of your ceiling, you can also use Philips Hue Bulbs, like Fisher does, to get the cool effects shown in the video.
Voilà! You now have the coolest ceiling on the block! Be sure to share your results on social media tagged with #CloudCeiling.
While you’re at it, why not add some cool lighting to your outdoor space, as well?
Cloud Lamps Give You All The Beauty Of A Thunderstorm Without The Rain
I love string lights. They make any room look magical when the lights are off. I didn’t think it could get any better, but then I found these cloud lamps.
With some stuffing, some lanterns, string lights, and a few other cheap materials, you can have a little thunder storm in your room– just without the rain
Check out the step by step tutorial to see how easy it is to make this awesome DIY for your room.
Instructions for Making A Cloud Light:
Supplies You Will Need:
- 6 Paper Lanterns (but you can choose to use less or more lanterns)
- String Lights
- Fishing Line
- Wooden Dowel
- Batting/Polyfill Stuffing
- 2 Cup Hooks (to hang from ceiling)
- Glue Gun
Take your glue gun and glue batting onto the paper lanterns. Each lantern will make one of your clouds.
Cut fishing line to the length you would like to hang the clouds from the ceiling. You will need to cut two pieces, one for each side of the dowel. Tie fishing line to both ends of your dowel.
You may want to measure the length of both after you have tied them to make sure the measurements are the same. Trim them to match, if necessary.
You will need to cut more pieces of fishing line to hang the lanterns and string lights. Cut one piece for each lantern and attach to the dowel.
Tie the hanging ends of your line to the tops of your lanterns to hang your DIY clouds one by one. Your cool room decor is almost done!
Hang each lantern so that your clouds look something like this.
Hang your string lights and plug them in. You can connect all the strings together so you only have to plug one of them into the wall.
That’s it, you’re done! I love how these cloud lamps look, and once you finish yours, I know you’ll love it too.
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Create a Thunderstorm In Your Living Room With Magnificent Clouds…Really Awesome!
They say every dark cloud has a silver lining and these lamps will light your room up with proof. The imitation clouds produce the effect of a thunderstorm without having to actually deal with the crummy weather.
Called simply “The Cloud” by its creators at the Richard Clarkson Studio, the interactive lamp and speaker system recreate the sounds and sights of a thundercloud while you stay dry. Using motion detectors, the cloud detects your presence and creates a special light show based on your movement. You can also sync the speakers with Bluetooth to enjoy some tunes while you watch. He sells these on his website for a mire $3,360. Since I didn’t have that kind of money laying around, I decided to make one, after running across this tutorial Tiffy Quake does.
These mystical and dreamy LED cloud lights look so beautiful ! They are great to decorate your rooms or outdoor walkway during parties. These cloud lights are very fun and easy to make, your kids will love this DIY !
It’s also a great DIY idea for a baby shower. since you will have some “real” shower in your house. This would be a great surprise to your guests. Even if you don’t plan it for a baby shower, this could also a special decor in your room. Make your room look heavenly with this DIY Hanging Cloud Light.
If you’re getting married or having your reception at night, you can put LED lights inside the lanterns for an extra dreamy set up with these great hanging clouds!
What you will need:
- Cotton Batting
- Paper Lanterns
- Flameless Candles or LED
- Hot Glue Gun
Watch how Tiffy Quake makes this in her step by step tutorial so you can make this awesome cloud lighting! Enjoy!
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