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15 Easy and Creative DIY Outdoor Lighting Ideas
Problem: Solar lights staked in yard are difficult to mow & weed eat around. Solution: Terra cotta flower pots & a bag of quick-krete. Mix concrete according to the package directions. Scoop into flower pot & immediately put light into the center (remove the stake first). It sets quickly so do one at a time. Once finished, you have cute, functional & completely portable outdoor lights. (Note: you will only need about a quarter of a bag of quick-krete to fill 8 pots).
VIDEO: Bring Light and Movement to the Garden with a DIY Wind Spinner - Garden Therapy
This easy-to-make garden decoration spins in the wind, creating a mesmerizing optical illusion where it looks as if the marble is spinning up and down the wire coil surrounding it. I love to hang these in the garden because they bring interest and movement, and they dance and sparkle beautifully in the sun. #gardentherapy #gardendecor #diy
Solar Insulator Lights
These are neat little solar lights that you can hang in your garden or along walk ways or on your porch to give them that little detail touch none of your neighbors have. They make wonderful gifts. The solar lights cost around a dollar and the insulators, if you don't have some already, can be found at yard sales, antique stores or flea markets. They come in clear, green and blue. Ive seen these sell these at craft shows for 20.00 each but now you know how to make them and maybe sell them...