DIY Mason Jar Solar Lanterns

DIY Mason Jar Solar Lanterns: St. Patrick's Day Shamrock version

Add ambiance to your outdoor space with beautiful metal framed solar lanterns. These lanterns are flameless and create a pleasant flickering glimmer like a real candle. Set them in your backyard garden or spruce up your patio table with these Solar 11’’ Black Metal Flameless Lantern, set of two by Lights.com

Add ambiance to your outdoor space with beautiful metal framed solar lanterns. These lanterns are flameless and create a pleasant flickering glimmer like a real candle. Set them in your backyard garden or spruce up your patio table with these Solar 11’’ Black Metal Flameless Lantern, set of two by Lights.com

Here's a a quick Dollar Tree Hack for making Solar Light Lanterns. They are so easy and perfect for your back patio, event, or wedding! ‍‍‍ FAMILY VLOG C...

Here's a a quick Dollar Tree Hack for making Solar Light Lanterns. They are so easy and perfect for your back patio, event, or wedding! ‍‍‍ FAMILY VLOG C...

My friend B is Genius, Brilliant, Amazing, Every Pinterest Superlative ever used Star.  Birgit's Daily Bytes: Beautifying The Garden - Easy, Inexpensive Solar Lanterns

My friend B is Genius, Brilliant, Amazing, Every Pinterest Superlative ever used Star. Birgit's Daily Bytes: Beautifying The Garden - Easy, Inexpensive Solar Lanterns

Wine bottle solar lanterns • Empty wine bottles • Acrylic paint • Dollarama $2 Solar lights • Super easy and cheap!

Wine bottle solar lanterns • Empty wine bottles • Acrylic paint • Dollarama $2 Solar lights • Super easy and cheap!

Ditch the Dimmers  If an incandescent light is dimmed, it becomes amber and casts a sickly pall on green plants. Instead, use a daylight -- a blue color-correcting filter on outdoor lights -- which eliminates the yellow tones. "The whiter the light, the more healthy the plants look," he says.

Expert Tips for a Well-Lit Landscape

Ditch the Dimmers If an incandescent light is dimmed, it becomes amber and casts a sickly pall on green plants. Instead, use a daylight -- a blue color-correcting filter on outdoor lights -- which eliminates the yellow tones. "The whiter the light, the more healthy the plants look," he says.

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