Happy Saturday everyone!
So for my first post in like FOREVER I just had to show you my new garden lights. It looks a bit like I’m a drunk, but really I’m not… I swear. However these lights are simple to do and look pretty once the sun goes down, so I just had to share with you.
These were incredibly easy and it gave me something to do with all of those polymer clay beads I made for this post.
All you have to do is stuff some Christmas icicle lights into your bottles and then using some florist wire attach the beads to the neck of the bottles as a charm.
We took it a step further and then added charms to the middle of each section of lights, to give it more “oomph”
Then just wait for it to get dark, plug the lights in, and sit back and enjoy.
The ambience of the whole setting was perfect. Lyndsie and I sat outside while it was getting darker and darker, and didn’t feel the need to turn on the patio light.
Here’s some more daylight shots so you can see placement of where we decided to put them and a better idea of how they look before the lights come on.
So if you are a wine enthusiast, and want to turn all of those bottles into some easy diy decor look no further than some wine bottle lights.
Until next time,