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Starry Night Light

An easy to do project with a string of twinkle lights and a large bottle:
- 1 large bottle
- 1 string of twinkle lights
- Blue paint, black spray paint
- Black Sharpie Pens
- 1 small iron planter holder
Difficulty: Easy
1. Paint the outside of the jar.
2. Spray paint the top of the bottle with two or three coats of black paint.
3. Place bottle into the planter holder. Using a black Sharpie pen draw in trees all the way around the bottle.
4. Check your lights to make sure they are working. I had to, the set I used were out of my old Christmas box storage.
5. Put the lights into the bottle, leaving the plug and enough length of the electrical cord to plug into outlet.
6. Put the plug through the bottom of your bottle holder. Then place the bottle in and check it out. The more light in the room, the brighter the bottle color.
Less room light makes the blue paint more transparent.

To see more: http://redoityourselfinspirations.blogspot.com/2013/11/night-1-large-bottle-1-string-of.html

  • Lemor Sidis
    Lemor Sidis Beverly Hills, CA
    on Nov 19, 2013

    I'm so doing this at home. I love it!

  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    on Nov 20, 2013

    This is stunning! I keep small strands of white Christmas lights, and when I am invited to dinner or a party at Christmas, I always take a wine bottle with a set inside. One thing that is adorable is if you celebrate a special occasion, get the special people to sign on the label and take a bottle with you. Say it is a wedding...on their first Christmas together, make them a night light by dropping a small strand of lights into the bottle and taking it to them! This is so unique they will have a squealing fit!

  • Linda G
    Linda G Orlando, FL
    on Nov 20, 2013


  • Trent-Tonya Sharp
    Trent-Tonya Sharp Franklinton, LA
    on Nov 20, 2013

    creative for sure ..pretty

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Nov 21, 2013

    Love this!

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