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How to make a cool nightlight from a solar garden light.
I went to Home Depot and bought a 4 pak of Landscape Solar Lights from Hampton Bay. It cost about $24.
I then went to a thrift store and bought some interesting glassware. One is a mason jar and the other is a 1950's style glass coffee carafe complete ...
Then you need to frost the inside of the glass. I had a can of spray on frost left over from a bathroom renovation. I gave both pieces two coats on ...
Then I just added the light to the top. I took one apart to see what it was made of. I did hack this one apart to put onto another jar, but did not ...
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For power outage put Duracell 1.5v for more light
Interesting concept, and the first thing I thought of was maybe taking these apart to make some solar powered truck camper shell lights. Put the solar disk on top, drill a small hole for the wiring to pass through the camper top, and then use the light inside.
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