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  • Lisa Ramsey Groves

    TABLE NUMBERS- instead of a string of lights inside... you can use glow sticks instead so you don't have to worry about plug in's by every table...beyond in love with this idea!!! Maybe cute for party centerpieces if something besides #s on them

  • Kim Tokar

    BOTTLE LIGHT: Either use a String of Lights or a Glow Stick and throw inside a bottle.

  • Lisa Marie Clark

    Wine Bottle Lamp (frosted glass with black design, string lights inside)

  • Becky Baker

    TABLE NUMBERS- instead of a string of lights inside... you can use glow sticks instead so you dont have to worry about plug ins by every table...or if you like the idea they make battery powered string lights

  • Allison Fensel

    table numbers - instead of a string of lights inside... you can use glow sticks instead so you don't have to worry about plug in's by every table.... frosted glass and led lights??? Oh so many ideas!!!

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