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    • Kelly Storm

      Great idea!.. Love it! .add inexpensive solar lights to an old chandelier for outdoor lighting! My new favorite outdoor idea pin!

    • Sheri Hatch

      Great idea! Use inexpensive solar lights and an old chandelier to make a cool outdoor light fixture!

    • Celeste Marable

      I just threw away an old light fixture 3 days ago! I won't do that again! Replace the light bulbs in an old chandelier with inexpensive solar lights. Hang it from a tree branch. | 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

    • Micki Blaney

      Outdoor Chandelier: Replace the light bulbs in an old chandelier with inexpensive solar lights & hang it from a tree branch. You'll have gorgeous outdoor lighting without having to hook up electricity.

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