What do craft lights look like?

by | Nov 11, 2014

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Hi, I’m Shellie and today we got an email from Sandra, asking about our craft lives. She asked, will I be able to put one end of these lights down a wine bottle? It says stackable but only one end of the strand. I wish the wire itself was in the pictures. I checked, I couldn’t believe we didn’t have a video about this. So I’m shooting one right now to answer these question. This is a set of our craft lights. They have 20 mini lights to the strand and just one plug, and the great thing about these lights is that they’re 36 inches between the plug and the first light. So you may not even need to run an extension cord to your project. These lights come in 10, 15, 20, and 35 mini lights to the strand, and so let me show you the end.

See right here, just one light bulb on the end. There’s just three inches of wire between the bulbs, so you won’t have a lot of wire left over in your projects. So Sandra, it really is going to be easy for you to just feed the lights right through the top of your wine bottle, or in this case a water bottle. Or like a lot of our customers, you may want to go ahead and drill a hole in the base of your bottle and just insert your lights through there. So I hope that answers your question. Please send us a picture of your projects. We love to see our lights in application. Thanks for stopping by.

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2 Comments

  1. Teresa Krieger

    I am looking at these lights for a picture…a Christmas Tree made from antique jewelry pieces. Do you think these lights will work?

    Thanks
    Terri Krieger

    terri_krieger@yahoo.com

    Reply
    • Shellie

      Yes, in fact, we had a customer a couple of years ago who did that same kind of project and used a set of our craft lights.

      Here’s that blog post.

      Reply

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