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5 Inexpensive Ideas for Summertime Outdoor Lighting

Start giving your yard a makeover by adding in some ambient lighting. You will be surprise what a difference it can make. No need to burn a whole in your pocket with these 5 Inexpensive Options for Summertime Outdoor Lighting.
  • Margie TheMad

    Painted Cans~ paint empty soup cans bright summer colors, poke holes, and add a candle inside for an inexpensive lighting option... {+4 other inexpensive options for summertime outdoor lighting}.

  • Anna Wojcik

    Perfect summertime candle holders. Paint soup cans bright colors and punch holes. awesome!

  • Sydney Diddit

    Paint empty soup cans bright summer colors, poke holes, and add a candle inside for an inexpensive lighting option. These would be adorable as a summer outdoor xmas lighting idea. but i don't eat that much soup...

  • Aunna Johnson

    Painted Tin Can Lights - freeze cans before drilling. I think it would be easier to use a paint sprayer. Use your wedding colors. Maybe, if using big paint cans- put a bunch of string lights in one can, if using soup cans- 1 bulb in each can. Could line the isle with them.

  • Lauren Young

    Paint soup cans different bright colors and poke holes in them. Place a tea light inside for fun decor.

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