Time for some solar light sculptures. I’ve been loving the look of my gold solar lights, so I wanted to do a couple with green glass. I gathered up the green glass I had on hand.
How do you love this piece? I got it at an estate sale for 75 cents. It looks like a huge chalice or something. I flipped it over to use as the base for a glass sculpture.
I had a couple cheapy solar lights that I thought would be perfect in the sculptures.
Remember to remove the tag before you put them in your sculpture!
I flipped the chalice over and glued. This would be the base.
Look how pretty that green is with the light coming down on it.
I glued and layered. While the first one was drying, I started a second sculpture. I grabbed more green glass, including an awesome green ashtray I found at a rummage sale.
I flipped the ashtray over and used it for the base.
I actually had a vase with a square bottom that fit perfectly on the ashtray.
I glued and layered. Then, I let them both dry.
Then I put them in the garden.
They look nice at night. 🙂
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