2015 Jul 16

Party Lights: Lighting up the barn!

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Party Lights: Lighting up the barn!

One of our Christmas lights customers just sent us these photos of how they are using our multi color LED light strings to light up their barn.  Notoriously hard to photograph, these photos don't do the light strings justice but the customer let us know that...

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2015 Mar 10

Filling bottles to the brim with lights!

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Filling bottles to the brim with lights!

Planning to fill a glass bottle and really want to STUFF it full of lights? These bottles are great examples of using 35 to 40 lights inside of a bottle. This number of lights was accomplished but using a single string of crafts lights that have...

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2015 Mar 9

Sandblasting Wine Bottles

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Sandblasting Wine Bottles

  I'm always on the lookout for new and interesting ways to marry craft lights and wine bottles to create wonderful decorative lit objects to brighten up the home. Today I wanted to feature sandblasting as a way to complement bottle and light...

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2014 Oct 28

The Tanganyika Wildlife Park Pumpkin Walk

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The Tanganyika Wildlife Park Pumpkin Walk

  [caption id="attachment_1220" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Pumpkin Trail[/caption] The Tanganyika Wildlife Park is not your normal zoo. Located just 5.5 hours north of the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX area up in Goddard, KS it's worth the trip...

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2014 Oct 27

Lighting a Jack O’ Lantern for Halloween

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Lighting a Jack O’ Lantern for Halloween

In the Robinson house, we LOVE carving pumpkins. Here in Texas, one week before Halloween is the earliest we can carve our oversized squash since it is 90 degrees in October.  (They almost mold the minute you cut them open.) This weekend gave...

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