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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Shell Jars

Goodwill. 2 jars. 99 cents each.

Solar landscape lights from Target, $2 on sale.

Adhere the light to the lids of your jars using Goop.

Totally light up the night, baby.
Addictive personalities and quick and easy crafts are a dangerous business.
Two other examples of this project can be seen HERE and HERE for more complete instruction. But I think you get the idea.

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Room to Inspire said...

What a great idea - I will have to put solar lights on my list now!


Homemade Heather said...

Very cool! What a fab find! Thanks for sharing and linky up with Inspiring Creativity at Dragonfly Designs!

Kristi @ Creative Kristi said...

Very pretty!! These would be great at my family's cottage! Came over from Remodelaholic!

Debbiedoos said...

Awesome, I saw this project before, and I love how you took a different twist and added the shells and sand! Looks awesome. Thanks for linking up to the party, and enjoy the holiday weekend. Debbie
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Unknown said...

What a great idea!

Vintagesouthernlife said...

This is such a cute idea. I love that you added shells.The possibilities are endless. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

That is so cool. I'm going to have to remember that. It would work great with a plant in the jar.

artisticblend said...

What a cool idea! Such a unique way to display your shell collection (or any collection!). Thanks for sharing.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Love the shells, got to run to Target for the yard lights, they were a great deal. That kid was a really good find also!! Look out I think he's a pirate!!


Julie @ Frugal and Fabulous Design said...

What an awesome idea! I love it.

Thanks for linking up to Fab Friday -


Unknown said...

Visiting from CSI project...what a great idea! I love the shells they look so pretty.

Its A Blog Party said...

What a great idea! I love the shells! Looks great!
Thanks for linking up!

Anonymous said...

I love beach shells. cool idea. thanks for linking up with 6 Inches of Ribbon

Kathie said...

Cute idea!

Lindy said...

Dang, I think I like these even better than mine. How smart are you? They are awesome...

mousee23 said...

This would be fabulous for halloween.Fill with black glitter and skulls