Dollar Store Outdoor Patio Solar Light Project

Shelly L Nemeth
by Shelly L Nemeth
3 Materials
1 Hour

Hey Hometalk! You're gonna love this one. I found this candle holder at the thrift store, and for just $2, I took it home, and created an outdoor patio light! It is a beautiful centerpiece for my patio table, and all in all spent just $10.

I picked up 5 solar lights at the Dollar Store for $5 and then grabbed some E6000 from Michael's. I love using my coupons there!

I then removed all of the poles from the lights.

I placed them in the center of each of the candle holders and used my E6000 glue to keep them in place.

I went around the bottom of the light with the E6000.

I glued on each one in the center and made sure all the solar tops where facing the same direction.

I let it dry over night...

And it was good and sturdy in the morning!

Today I put it on my table after pulling all the tabs to have the sun charge them up so we'll see how it looks tonight after sun goes down!

I must say it worked perfectly! Check out more of what I do at Gilbert Marketplace

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