Glass blocks for landscaping lights,gardening vests,lawn and landscape maintenance,backyard waterfall designs - How to DIY

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Light up the garden with these whimsical lights made from glass blocks and powered by Christmas lights.

Construction Glass Blocks: you will need to drill a hole in the back of each glass block that is large enough to feed Christmas lights through.
Mosaic Pieces - Glass gems, sea glass, pre-cut and tumbled glass mosaic pieces are good choices.
You can also use stained and transparent glass that you cut yourself, but edges will be sharp and not suitable for areas where children play.

We used combinations of glass gems and glass pieces for a grape cluster, flower and butterfly, and a more geometric form.

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