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  • carla cahcon

    Blue wine bottle lights garden path border! so cool!

  • d D

    blue bottle lights -- Here’s a clever idea for lighting your garden path that uses empty liquor or wine bottles and icicle holiday lights. Collect enough empty colored bottles to line both sides of your path; you can ask a local bar to save bottles for you. Cobalt blue glass gives off a soft blue light, but any color will work.

  • Thammy Dougherty

    Blue bottle lights garden path border! Wonder if I still have my icicle lights

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