I found this little tealight holder at a thrift store for $2.
3 Ways to Use Solar Lights Outside
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I grabbed 3 Dollar Tree solar lights, and pulled the bases off of all of them. I used my Plaid Wood Burning Tool, added the knife top, heated it up, and then I used it to cut the little plastic knob off 3 solar lights.
I placed silicone and a solar light into each tealight holder.
I let it dry for 24 hours and now it sits on a table on my front porch. This is just one way to use solar lights outside.
My friend gave me this candle holder stand. I washed it, scraped off a lot of the peeling paint and rust. I then painted it with Rustoleum black paint and let it dry completely.
I filled 3 mason jars with flat glass rocks. I pulled apart the solar light and placed the solar light in the center of the mason jar lid.
I placed the lids onto the jars.
I placed it in my yard and here is another example of how to use solar lights outside.
For my last project, I used an old lamp. I cut the wire off, and removed all of the parts I didn’t need.
I added silicone to the top of the lamp where the light bulb screwed in.
I pulled the stem off a solar light I found at Walmart and placed it into the silicone.
I let it dry completely and then placed it in my yard.
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