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  • Tanya Zimmer

    DIY Light Up Cemetery Halloween Yard Decor -- soda cans spray painted black with C9 holiday lights (1 light per can). Why can't I ever think of this stuff!

  • HauntedWisconsin.com

    97 cent soda can lights! Soda cans and a Christmas light strand.

  • Leslee Detillo

    THIS IS SOOOOO COOL AND SOLVES MY HALLOWEEN YARD LIGHTING!!!!!!! CelticMommy: 97 cent soda can lights!

  • Sterling Beaudet

    97 cent soda can lights to light up Halloween decor!

  • D Cm

    .97 cents soda can lights A cheap can of flat black spray paint.  We purchased ours at Home Depot for $ 0.97! (Covered about 36 cans) Clear holiday lights, size C9... they are usually a set of 25 lights per strand placed 1 foot apart. Clean soda cans, at least one per tombstone or whatever you want to highlight.  A utility knife A unibit (this one is similar to ours) for your drill, we used a 3/16 to 7/8" to be able to get the socket of the lights to fit.

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