The garden is where I usually spend most of my time at home. It doesn’t matter what time of the day it is. I love it during the morning while I drink coffee and read the daily news. On lazy afternoons, I stay there to read a book. At night, I play catch up with the family. There’s something special about the garden that invites us to stay there.
I saw this really dreamy DIY project and thought I’d share it with you. It’s for a faucet garden light. The effect is magical and would make a great addition to your garden. It’s the perfect backdrop for your wine sessions.
This is very easy to make – and economical, too. It makes use of solar power so you don’t have to worry about using electricity. Why not try this out for yourself?
- Candle holder
- ½-inch nipple
- ½-inch 90 degrees elbow
- ½-inch hose bib
- Spray paint (optional)
- Solar lights
- Watering globe
- Epoxy putty
- Industrial glue
- Long nose pliers
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Learn how to make a DIY faucet garden light by watching this video…