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simple and cheap indoor/ outdoor solar lights

Step 1: The supply's!

supply's...
box cutter/ utility knife
hot glue and gun
sharpie
mason jar or other vessel
cheap solar light
screw driver is optional but makes fitting easier.
Thanks for the idea. I frosted my jar to help diffuse the light.
<p>hi!~may i ask how you did the frosting?thanks!</p>
I used a spray form of frosting spray. <br>My local Wal-Mart carried &quot;Krylon: glass frosting aerosol spray&quot; in or near the spray paint section. <br><br>With it, you can choose the level of frosting just by adding more coats.
<p>hi!~may i ask how you did the frosting?thanks!</p>
<p>hi!~may i ask how you did the frosting?thanks!</p>
Wonderful idea!!! I am going to make them for near my front steps! Thank you!!
Walmart in the garden section, my local store had them for about 96 cents per light
Where do you get those solar lights?

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