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Old glass shades and LED string lights are all you'll need to create these glowing orbs! Scatter them throughout your garden to create a modern look or use them as a centerpiece to light your outdoor table. Can't find any old shades? Most home improvement stores sell them. Find the full tutorial here.
Source: The Art of Doing Stuff
Dress up your deck with this charming succulent chandelier made from an old pot rack! Mason jars filled with LED candles create a warm glow around the potted plants for perfect accent lighting. Check it out!
Source: Erin Ever After
Living in an apartment or condo? We've got you covered with these simple lanterns that can hang along the railing of your patio. You can even swap out the mason jars for rounded glass candle holders for a more modern aesthetic.
Get crafting with the full tutorial.
Source: Love Create Celebrate
These rustic lights are easy and inexpensive to make—and they're sure to make your neighbours jealous! Hang them from trees or inside an umbrella to add a soft glow to your outdoor space.
Here's a step-by-step guide.
Source: Splash of Something
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