Chicken Feeder Light
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*Tin Chicken Feeder (can purchase at any feed supply store including Tractor Supply)
*Quart Sized Mason Jar
*5" Candle Clip Light
*E6000 Glue (found at Walmart or craft supply stores)
*Optional supplies: Rosehips, Pip Berry Candlering, Spanish Moss, Flat Paint Spray Paint, etc.
First we are going to need to take you Chicken Feeder Base apart. This is very easy. I just took a butter knife and inserted it underneath, where it comes together, and just popped it apart. Now, I did paint my Feeder Base in a Flat Black Spray Paint, but you do not have to.
Next, we are going to take our Electric Candle and tear off the bottom Felt covering.
Now, apply your E6000 Glue all around the Candle bottom, you do not need a lot, and center it on the bottom part of your Feeder Base. Let dry atleast an hour to make sure it is really secure.
We are going to put back together your Feeder Base. You will need to now thread your cord through one of the feeder holes and snap your feeder top back on.
Add you Silicone Bulb, place your Mason Jar over top the Candlestick into the Jar "cradle" and push down firmly to lock it in. That's it!!! How easy was that to create a Mason Jar light?! No drilling or clipping wires!
Now, I like to dress up my Chicken Feeder Light some and I do this by adding some Rosehips inside the Chicken Feeder Base and placing a Pip Berry Candle Ring around it! But, you could also add Spanish Moss inside the Feeder Base holes too and maybe stick a few sunflowers in the openings! Have fun with it, change it out with the seasons!