Step 1: What You'll Need
-String of Solar (or battery) Powered garden lights
-A way to cut the lid from a mason jar
Step 2: Cut (Optional)
Test your unit to make sure it works.
Store your whole unit in the jar to make a mobile lightbulb, as seen here
Step 3: Enjoy
Share your work!
Notes: you can put small toys or eye-candy in the jar. Different innards and colors can give hints of the season or application. Using colored jars changes the effect, too! The mason jar I used is double walled plastic and insulated (from the drinks container aisles) but the lid is off of a standard mason jar. The solar LEDs have a switch for On/Off. When it's On, the lights don't turn on unless it's dark -this saves the battery and let's the battery charge in the sun; these LED strings are vailable in your garden center for $5-15.00:)