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Watering Can with Lights


Watering Can with Lights

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Welcome to Smart School House! Today I have a beautiful outdoor DIY to share with you. This glowing watering can with lights is so beautiful and SO easy to make! Pick a special spot in your garden or yard (maybe even your fairy garden) where you’d like to hang these glowing lights pouring from a watering can. It’s gorgeous and unique!

Watering Can with Lights

Materials for Making a Watering Can with String Lights

• Watering can like these with removable shower head. Here’s a tip (and I tried this the wrong way first LOL), make sure the watering can is large enough. If it is too small, it will be nearly impossible to get any lights into it properly.

• Fairy Lights – this set of lights is perfect and so is this set (the prices change often!). If you’re concerned about the weather outside, THESE OUTDOOR LIGHTS might be the best for you!

• Shepard’s hook like this or a hanging flower basket hook like this

• Screw driver (or tool of choice) to widen the hole in the watering can’s shower head. If the holes in your watering can are large enough to slide the lights through, then you’re good to go! However, the couple of watering cans that I tried when attempting this both needed to have the holes widened.

*** UPDATE: I found them being sold pre-made with the Shepard’s hook! Check them out here.

How to Make a Watering Can with Lights

1. Gently remove the shower head from the watering can and set it aside.

2. Using a screw driver (or your tool of choice), make the holes bigger on the shower head of the watering can. In my case, I widened 9 of the holes.

3. Place the lights inside the watering can and push them up and out of the spout.

4. One by one, feed the strings of fairy lights through shower head.

5. Gently place the shower head back on the watering can.

6. Hang the watering can on a hook

7. “Fluff” the lights over your garden or plans so that they look like they’re all going in the same direction.

8. Turn on the lights and enjoy!

I JUST LOVE how it lights up the flowers in my raised garden! I like to have fun with my garden so I mix things up all of the time just to make it pretty. Right now we are growing small pumpkins (on the right) for the fall, as well as green onions, mini pink roses, and some other colorful flowers. It looks PERFECT from any angle.

My kids are mesmerized by the lights and they think it looks like magic. It really does! I would love to figure out a way to make a smaller version for a fairy garden. Howe magical would that be?

Watering Can with Lights Print Here You Will Need •Watering can like these with removable shower head. •Fairy Lights – this set of lights is perfect and so is this set (the prices change often!). If you’re concerned about the weather outside, THESE OUTDOOR LIGHTS might be the best for you! •Shepard’s hook like this or a hanging flower basket hook like this •Screw driver (or tool of choice) to widen the hole in the watering can’s shower head. If the holes in your watering can are large enough to slide the lights through, then you’re good to go! However, the couple of watering cans that I tried when attempting this both needed to have the holes widened. Directions 1. Gently remove the shower head from the watering can and set it aside 2. Using a screw driver (or your tool of choice), make the holes bigger on the shower head of the watering can. In my case, I widened 9 of the holes. 3. Place the lights inside the watering can and push them up and out of the spout. 4. One by one, feed the strings of fairy lights through shower head 5. Gently place the shower head back on the watering can 6. Hang the watering can on a hook 7. “Fluff” the lights over your garden or plans so that they look like they’re all going in the same direction 8. Turn on the lights and enjoy!

People from all over have been so inspired by this project and have been sending me pictures of their finished watering cans. Look at how beautiful these have all turned out. Each unique in their own way. Email me your finished watering can with lights or post it to my Facebook page here.

Get the twinkling fairy lights HERE.

More Watering Cans with Lights

Ilove these glowing Hydrangeas and the pretty green watering can by Michelle Ludiker

Twilla Manheim did a gorgeous job, don’t you think?

Picture perfect on the porch! By Anne Marie Richardson

I love the colored watering can that Chris Martin used here:

Jessica Hunlock’s idea looks beautiful during the day and I’m 1,000,000% sure it looks even more gorgeous at night!

Look at these pretty blue lights by Pam Brandt. The blue looks just like water!

Get the blue fairy lights HERE.

Check out how Debra Cardente made the lights look like they’re pouring into a bird pond… LOVE!

I love the darling butterfly embellishment by Heather Delong

Check out how great Vicki Mack McConnell’s turned out!

This is a smart idea by Carla Steinwender. She looped the fairy lights in and out. Why didn’t I think of this?

Look closely at Libby Miller’s watering can… this type of can makes this projects super easy!! How smart!

Linda Peeps just shared her creation with us. It’s perfect!

Does anybody else see that adorable rain boot planter next to Sharon Roche Parrett’s teal glowing watering can. I’ve got to try that!

Shannon Lowther-Miranda’s glowing watering can with fairy lights looks beautiful!

Meghan Royal has is so lucky to have found such a beautiful watering can!

Look at how the lights illuminate Jill Kreisler‎’s yard. SO beautiful!

Lesley made hers with solar lights on copper wire. Doesn’t this look great?

Look at the beautiful watering can that Lizzy Amodeo Emden‎ used!

This glowing watering can was made by Cornelia Borkenhagen. Her aunt recently passed away and she found this at her aunt’s house afterwards. She remembered this idea and sent me a picture. It turned out perfectly and is so meaningful!

Did you finish yours yet? Send me your picture! I can’t wait to see:)

Absolutely gorgeous garden display!

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