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Old 07-17-2011, 06:17 PM   #11
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Old 02-29-2012, 05:08 AM   #12
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**UPDATE** My patience has paid off!! I found a ready made lawnware light at the local on-line auction house, placed my bid of $5 and won it! I also found out that my father in law may be harboring 2 virgin Lawnware pots in his shop! Now the negotiations begin!
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:28 AM   #13
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I made a bucket light. It works great, everybody makes fun of it but think it works great.
+1.We have had one for over 20 yrs.Simple & CHEAP!
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Another great idea! What wattage is the lightbulb?
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Just a thought, but couldn't one simply drill some holes in a pattern of choice and plug in a few strands of christmas lights to achieve a version of this? I realize that you would loose the brightness of the light inside but it might be a nice additional accent piece. Especially if you use LEDs then I could use it Boondocked!

Might have to get creative in the next month or so. I have two backup strands kicking around here somewhere. Just need a pot or something to drill into.
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Another great idea! What wattage is the lightbulb?
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I just use a CFL bulb they dont give off any heat, regular bulb keep it under 60 watts.
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Now that bucket light has me thinking.
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Another great idea! What wattage is the lightbulb?
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It has a 25 watt aquarium lamp...cylindrical about 5" long, clear, standard Edison base.
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