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  • Leticia Rippy

    blue bottle lights - clever idea for lighting your garden path that uses empty liquor or wine bottles & icicle holiday lights. http://www.gardengatenotes.com/2008/04/22/blue-bottle-lights/

  • Eryn Calfee

    Blue bottle lights garden path border! so cool! Also gave me an idea to drill hole in bottom of vegetable can and put strand of icicle lights in it, maybe cover top of can with colored plastic to tint the lights

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