Three Simple Ways to Organize Lights
Any size light bulb
Organize your household lights using an all-in-one container found at a local hardware or department store. You can create a do-it-yourself light bulb storage container by using a simple storage container and foam, or placing the light-bulb boxes in a utility drawer labeled "light bulbs". This will protect a variety of light bulb sizes in your household and make locating a new bulb a cinch.
4 ft. fluorescent tube light
If you keep long lights on hand, a great way to stash them away is by using a mailing tube that can be found at a local office supplies store. Mailing tubes vary in size so double check the labels for right length.
It was a jolly holiday season, but now it’s time to put away the decorations, including those strands of lights sitting in your garage in a jumbled mess. Use a palate of sturdy cardboard to help reel in the decorations, making a 1” cut near the top and bottom to secure the strands. Store them together in a box to make it easier for the next holiday go-around.
Three Easy Crafts to Repurpose Old Light Bulbs
Turn your broken light scraps into a drusty necklace. Be cautious of cuts as you craft and wear your bulbs with pride.
Light bulb terrarium
For the power tool crafter, this is the perfect project for you. Turn your light bulb into a concrete masterpiece.
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