How do I attach rope lights to tile?
i need to attach rope lights to tile. What glue would work best? It came with little plastic clips but thinking of not using those and just attaching it directly
How do I attach corkboard to ceramic tile to create a trivet?
How do I attach fairy lights to the outside of a vase?
I'm making table centerpieces and tried hot glue,which didn't hold, to add fairy lights to the outside of the vases. Has anyone had success wrapping vases with fairy ... See more
Does anyone know what this is?
Just turn them upside down and open them, then insert a roll of paper towel and tada, you have yourself a brand new paper towel holder that is not only beautiful, but... See more
Can anyone identify this vintage wooden crank box?
The item is solid wood, standing aprx. 26" high x 16" wide, no exterior holes or outlets, side crank handle turns four wooden paddles inside with various size holes o... See more
What to put in this huge mason jar?
I have a HUGE mason jar. I would like some ideas on what to put in it for decorations, other than flowers.
How can I find discontinued Pulaski or Neiman Marcus/Horchow furniture
I am looking for the discontinued Pulaski Royale collection nightstand, Neiman Marcus/Horchow also sold it, but called it the Royalty collection. I have looked all ov... See more
Ideas on different things I can do with these yummy old spools?
I'm a picker and came across lots and lots of these beauties. I took home several boxes of these purdies and are using for different projects. However, I want to find... See more
Where are you putting the lights? Under cabinets?
I'd try E6000
I would not permanently glue the lights just in case you need to change them. Use the stick on hooks which are readily available at the hardware store and come in all sizes. There are small hooks for stringing electrical wires.
If it is not going to be visible try sticky Velcro.
Some ideas on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+hang+rope+lights
The supplied hooks or command hooks would be better. If permanently glued damage can occur when you decide to change things around. Damage to the lights will most likely destroy and if it's the walls you would have to repair them. Easier to touch up or hide a few holes than repair the wall. Since you plan to put them around base of wall there is a U shaped type of staple or brad that will fit around the rope to hold it to wall. Take time so you don't puncture the wires.