DIY solar light - porch piece


When I find a great idea I want to try out, of course I recruit my husband to do all the hard work. Found an idea like this on Pinterest, but it was boring and plane. With about $15 dollars of materials from the Home Depot and a little hard work, my husband and I put this really awesome solar light together for our front porch.

What we used:

  • Wood from a downed tree in our back yard
  • Twine 
  • 3 Solar lights
  • Twigs
  • Wood glue
Other things you will need:
  • A drill and bit to make the holes for the lights










Do you have any DIY crafts like this one? Send me a photo at Shendersonphoto(@)gmail.com and I'll share it with my readers.


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