When I found this watering can light video tutorial by Life At 50 & Beyond, on YouTube, I fell head over heels in love with this DIY! This is filed in the category of cutest DIY ever, and easiest DIY to boot. All you are going to need is a watering can and a string of LED lights, and your trusty hot glue gun, and you have got this excellent DIY in the bag. I am going to put these watering cans on either side of my front door, so I can enjoy the cascading water fairy lights every night. The light these watering cans cast is soft and luminous, and if you obtain LED lights that flicker, they will look like genuine water.
Materials For Watering Can LED Cascading Lights:
- 1 watering can (from your local hardware store)
- 1 set of LED string lights (you can obtain a remote control and flickering options that are really cool)
- A hot glue gun
- Glue sticks
- A garden hook
In this watering can light video tutorial by Life At 50 & Beyond, on YouTube, you will learn how to make these fabulous falling lights that resemble droplets of water. You begin by attaching the LED string lights to the watering can.
Then, you will poke the LED wires down into the holes in the watering can spigot, and secure their position with your trusty hot glue gun.
This lighting idea is so cute, and it is one of the easiest projects you will ever make.