Spray paint several coats of black on the stands and reinforce the solar rod through the jack stand.
Remove the solar lights from the post, drill a paddle through the center, and put the lights through.
Stack 3 magnets to the bottoms of the solar light, gently push in light, and spray paint the chandelier.
Unscrew the handle to the hose bib, pull the lights through the hose bib, and gather in drops.
Use E6000 to glue the edges of 2 curved crescent plates onto a vase, and put solar light inside.
Tap off the light of the solar post caps and score the edges before topping on solar lights.
Tie and knot the edges of the twigs together and decorate with ornaments or baubles.
Freehand or stencil on the numbers, pull the lights off the stems, and place on the jar caps.
Remove the wiring in the lamp, glue the rope from the bottom up with E6000, and secure the light with batting.
Use a soldering iron to poke a hole in plastic cups, make a circle, and stick solar light strings through.
Cut a strip out of the soda cans, snip out the form of a leaf, and surround around a solar light.
Drill three holes into the solar table lamps, twist the wire between the planter and lamp, then hang.
Fill the can with water and freeze overnight, then hammer a nail in the design you want.
Place the hooks in the edges of the flower basket, put the solar light in the center, and decorate with crystals.
Coat the candle holder in metallic spray paint, put silicone in the candle holder holes, and place in the solar lights.
Coat the jars in colored glitter, adhere mythic image on the inside of the jar, and wrap in old jewelry.