This post is all about how I turned a Surprise Box DIY Challenge into a…
What is the best creative solar light idea that you have ever seen?
How do you install solar lights if you don’t have dirt to stick them into? What if you only have a paved area, brick, or a wooden deck?
Today’s DIY Challenge from Terrie at Decorate and More with Tip was to use Solar Lights. At the end of this post, you will get to see 7 more great creative solar light ideas! Paula’s Handmade Space made a solar chandelier, and that is a project that I would like to do someday!
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I really enjoy these challenges. Sometimes I am really inspired. Sometimes I feel like I don’t have a great idea— and it ends up being a great idea anyway!
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I have used spade bits and hole saw bits. But I really, really liked the bit I used for this project. It was very easy— in fact, it couldn’t have been easier to use! This bit has a fancy name– a Forstner bit. They come in different styles– with serrated edges like a saw, or smooth. The one I used was smooth. We are borrowing a very nice set. It is possible that we won’t need to return it– and I will like that!
My Garden Flag
I’m sorry that I don’t remember where I got my butterfly shaped Hello Spring garden flag that you can see in the pictures. I love it! I like finding different garden flags, and I like receiving them as gifts. Perhaps you will find one you like at this link.
And now for everyone else’s fabulous ideas! Shae from Sweet Southern Grace is up next. She always has something stylish to share. Enjoy!