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The incandescent light bulb is the ultimate symbol of wasted energy. Since I don't use them anymore I wanted to transform them into something green instead of throwing ...
I used:-An old lightbulb. Best if burned out, but if its going to just sit and collect dust thats fine too.-Epoxy. Best glue ever!-7/16" socket. Holds the bulb ...
Start by using pliers to pull the bottom contact off of the lightbulb.Next use the file to break out the glass between the two contacts.Break out the glass ...
Using a drill (press) widen the hole in the bottom of the socket.Use pliers to widen the hole in the bottom of the lightbulb until the socket fits ...
This step is self explanatory. Either add a plant or seeds.
Now all you have to do is fill the cup with soil and seeds (or small plants), put the base on it, then put the lightbulb over it.Place ...
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