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  • Marie Marshall

    DIY outdoor lighting for $3. @Krista Palich - I want to do this! Go to Goodwill and get some old glass light shades (1-$3 ea), stuff them with leftover white Christmas lights and you have this! I could light up my whole yard LOL! How very cool!

  • Rachel May Bailey

    DIY Outdoor Lighting -- make 'glowing orbs' by stuffing a string of Christmas lights into an old glass globe from vintage light fixtures (like we have in our rec room!)

  • Morgan Zurn

    DIY outdoor lighting: secondhand light fixture bulbs crammed with string lights.

  • Rose van Voorn

    An easy and affordable DIY outdoor lighting idea #outdoordecor -The Art of Doing Stuff

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    Great for kids to play under.... or the dogs.

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