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On a recent mining the curbs outing I found 10 solar lights, some the dollar store variaty and some fairly nice ones, all of them worked! I then ...
You can purchase or repurpose all these supplies or use others, here is what I found and or bought. Found: solar lights empty wine bottle empty liqueur bottle ...
very simple, run a bead of hotglue around the mouth of the bottle and stick the solar light in place. the bottles are heavy enough that they won't ...
the large plastic container needed some kind of weight. I had a small bucket of marbles I'd found but that would barely make a dent in the bottom ...
The glass cylinder didn't leave a lot of room for large hands holding a bunch of marbles, I was dropping marbles all over the place until I put ...
I cut a circle from the center of the lid that the "lens" of the solar light would fit tightly into and then ran a bead of hotglue ...
there you go, several unique ways to have solar lights on your outdoor tables. I'll try to get pictures after dark of how they look update: trying to ...
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