I saw a post where someone used a string of christmas lights the old type with screw in bulbs. They drilled holes in the covers & attached the lights. I did this but the jars fill up with
5 days ago
Using LED lights they would stay cool. I know they make them in different shapes, perhaps ones
that look like old light bulbs? Or would it make that much a difference? Wonder if you could just screw the lid over the wire to make it waterproof? Would have to be thin wires, course I have some LED lighted dragonflies that are solar and they have a very thin wires. Sadly the solar thing is not working anymore so they aren't. Unless I figure a way to attach them to my lights.....Or to a battery.
A friend has approached me and asked what she should do with this piece of shellacked driftwood she received as a wedding gift from a family member... I don't think modification is an option... what would you do with it, especially since that family member visits occasionally?
on Jun 06, 2013
Wonder if it would make a cute shelf on the wall? You could put a plant on the end that tilts
up. Then a fun knick knack on the other end. its quite pretty and unusual. You could also ask the giver what to do with it, they might have some fun ideas too.