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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Solar Jar #2

Of course I had another candle jar, this time with a wider mouth and a lid.

Take the solar unit off of an inexpensive landscaping light.
A little Goop adhesive on the lid...
Let that set for a couple of hours.
Line the bottom of the jar with a little sand, some shells, and sea glass.
Then just put the lid on!
I'm seriously loving the lighting they provide on the patio.
I went to Goodwill yesterday, we have two more to do, and then my patio should glow at night with no wiring, no electricity, and no expense. And I do like this version of the solar jar a lot!
To see the others I made, make the hop to HERE and HERE.

8 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Now this is just way too clever and cute. What a fantastic idea. Thanks for the tutorial. Love it. Hugs, Marty

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

Oh you so you did well thrifting with the Giggle Gaggle, did you?

Love this solar jar too!

Mel said...

These are so pretty. Send some up to me will ya?

Life in Rehab said...

These have been really fun to make, and I like them soooo much better than just a light on a stick.

You_Know_It's_Vannah said...

Those are so pretty~ Very nicely done, mum C: They look very 'under the sea'

Kendra said...

I love it! What an inspiring idea!

Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures said...

Thanks for letting me know you made these. You are very creative. I was checking out your blog and have decided your mind never rests! I need my mind to get in gear like yours.

Debmom4ca said...

This is fantastic! I think most solar lights out there look tacky. These are beautiful. This time of year all of the tacky ones are on sale cheep cheep cheep too :-)