Glass Marble Patio Light

4 Materials
$6.00
2 Days
Easy
Some flat glass dollar store marbles, silicone glue, and a recycled idea for a pretzel rod container, adding in a battery operated LED light and you can make a beautiful and bright for your garden or patio. stop by to see the full tutorial! http://creativemeinspiredyou.com/diy-glass-marble-patio-light/
I am the kind of person who loves to save money. I love to use things and recycle, because it makes me feel like I get more for my money.
So when I buy things like pretzel rods, which I normally don’t buy unless I am being extravagant, I like to know that the pretzels are enjoyed and I can continue on with the container and create something with that as well.
Silly, maybe, but I love when I create something super useful- this DIY Glass Marble Patio Light.
Add a dot of glue onto each marble. then start at the bottom and adhere around the lower part of the container.
Stack the marbles around the container. Allow drying time every couple of rows if you see the marble begin to shift or fall down.
Once the whole container is covered, add the smaller stones around the lid, and decorate the top as well, filling in with the smaller stones in gaps.
Just open the lid and turn off the light, it’s safe outside with the lid back on.

Suggested materials:

  • Silicone,
  • Plastic container
  • Glass marbles   (dollar store)
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  • Sharon Taylor Sharon Taylor on Sep 20, 2019

    Yes I would love to try.


  • NC Mammie NC Mammie on Jan 16, 2020

    A canning jar works best. I have antique ones with the glass lids and the wire closure. The lids set on top, leaving the wire closure hanging down for added country look. Fairy string lights in any color will give you the delightful ambience you are looking for and they come in all colors or a scented/unscented tealight is very pretty as well. Clear, flat dollar tree stones will let any color lights be seen through for perfect color settings. You can set the stones easily, non slip, using E6000 glue, sold in Walmart & craft stores. A SMALL dot on each one, hold for about 30 seconds each. I stagger mine. Any openings let the light shine through as rays

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