Holiday Pool Noodle Lights

5 Materials
$10
1 Hour
Easy

In this project we turned a flower shaped pool noodle into a festive pond light! Pool noodles come a variety of shapes including stars and these flower looking ones. Check on line and in stores for what is currently available.
Materials/Tools - Pool Noodle—we used a flower shaped one & a standard round one - Silver spray paint that is compatible with use on plastic - Christmas floral pics - Package of Darcie lights—there is a piece of paper between the battery & top, be sure to remove this or the light won’t turn on - Serrated knife
Using the serrated knife, cut the pool noodle slices about 1” to 11/2”. Spray with silver spray paint. Let dry.
Place a floral pick close to the center of the hole. Note: the hole in the flower shaped noodle is larger than the immersible light so we cut pieces of the pool noodle & stuck them into the hole to keep the immersible light in place.
The round noodle pieces got floral picks only as the hole on these is too small to fit a light.
That’s it—place them in your pond or pool & enjoy the festive view.
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