What do craft lights look like?
A few years ago, when I was new to this business, I was finishing dessert and coffee at a friends house and I kept noticing the collection of bottles she had displayed in her butler's pantry. I had to ask her how she managed to fill the bottles without a wire coming out of the top. I wondered to myself what she had done with the second plug.
She was happy to answer all my questions.
Her husband had used his drill press to drill a hole in the back of the bottles. Then he modified the light strings to remove the second plug and then the string of lights were inserted into the back of the bottles and an extension cord supplied electricity to the light string. She had run all of the cords to a dark colored power strip that was tucked back next to the wall.
It was beautiful. I knew I had to help her get a set of lights that would make this project much easier.
I think we've succeeded. We're happy to offer an entire line of mini lights for crafts that have your choice of 10,15,20 or 35 lights to the string and 36 inches of lead wire between the standard plug and the first light. Better than just white, we also make them in a wide variety of colors with green or white wiring.
These lights are perfect for:
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