Solar Chandelier

$60
2 Hours
Easy
I've been searching for the perfect chandelier...finally found "the one"... Exactly how pictured it in my mind!
So I found my ideal chandelier...next, over to Walmart for some solar lights, with removable stems...spray paint...and two part epoxy (not shown)
initially I was going to use a 'rosemary' colour but the colour was too close to my house colour and would get lost against it...so I went with black...more dramatic and stands out against the house...
It came out perfect...the 'piece de resistance' my new deck and pallet couch needed! It's difficult to capture a a great photo in the daylong..and in the night, the lighting is so soft and unobtrusive...romantic and relaxing...again difficult to get a good photo...but believe me...it's exactly perfect...
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  • Lisa Kayh Lisa Kayh on Jun 06, 2018

    How did you get the lights to stay in the sockets?

  • Margaet may Margaet may on May 09, 2020

    How does the solar charge if it’s under a roof!?

  • Jane Jones Jane Jones on Jun 01, 2021

    Do you get enough sunlight there? I used E600 glue. It worked great. Please give instruction details

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  • Teresa Anthony Teresa Anthony on Apr 17, 2021

    It would have been nice if you showed how you did the solar lite.

  • Teresa Anthony Teresa Anthony on Apr 17, 2021

    You need to make a step by step instructions, believe me I've researched ideas like this, and the simple steps, seem to be lacking in the instructions, how do you expect people to learn, if you sidestep the most important parts. I think you should think on this & redo your instructions. Thank You

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