Battery Operated Yard Light
I was at my local Habitat Restore a couple of days ago. I came across this awesome pendant light. When I first layed eyes on it I knew what I wanted to do with it. A battery operated hanging yard light. It was a steal at $8.00. I was excited to start working on it. But because of the weather and a migraine🤕 I had to put it to the side.
Feeling better and ready go.I detached the glass globe and washed it.
I then cut the electrical cord off. I used pliers to remove the nut and bolt inside the metal cap.
I gave all the parts a good scrubbing. I reassembled the light minus the globe. I then glued a battery operated to the inside of the metal cap/ top.
I took the metal cap/ top with the chain attached outside to paint. I hung it from a shepherd's hook to make it easier.
I let it dry completely before attaching the globe.
I like that you can change the color from clear, green, red and blue.
Here are the supplies I used.
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