Yard Sale to Up Scale


Found these plastic candle holder sconces for .50 each. Took them apart, spray painted with flat black then put the candle holder part back on but upside down. They now adorn the driveway lights we made in the spring and couldn't, or wouldn't pay for wrought iron decoration.
The reason I turned them upside down was so they wouldn't look like candle holders so much, but more like a hook. Who puts candle holders under a light?
Once I'm sure they are what I want, I will glue them fast.

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  • Frankie Frank
    on Jun 24, 2017

    Could put solar light in candle holder part!!
    • Lori
      on Jun 24, 2017

      That's true but we have solar lights just above it on the post. :)

  • Joanie
    on Oct 12, 2017

    I think the spigot sounds like a complete idea.......with a little bucket underneath and a pretty flower........
    • Lori
      on Oct 12, 2017

      I love people who think like you, flowers always make things better. ;)

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