How To Brighten Your Outdoor Space With Solar Powered String Lights

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How To Brighten Your Outdoor Space With Solar Powered String Lights

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There is something very uplifting about outdoor lights. Discovering solar-powered string lights was a real game changer! 

We all love outdoor lighting but dealing with electrical cords and plugs are such a hassle. I was so excited when I discovered solar-powered string lighting.

You can use them indoors or out. And of course, using them outdoors means no more wires and plugs. Since they are solar-powered, you save on your electric bill as well which is a win-win for sure! 

I purchased two sets of the multi-colored at a discounted price and was given the white set from the folks at Jobelle. They are called – Solar Fairy Multi-Colored LED String Lights and are on sale for $12.99 a set. You can find them on the link below. 

This beautiful light string is the perfect accent for your indoor or outdoor living space. Drape, wrap, or hang – these charming LED blossoms will surely enhance that fun backyard BBQ with friends and family, or an ordinary night on the deck.

Simply attach the solar panel to the garden spike, and insert into the ground in a spot where the solar panel will be exposed to sunlight.

After a 6 hour charging period (depending on the intensity of the sunlight), you will get 8-10 hours of continuous functioning, as darkness starts to fall.

Use the mode switch to choose between a warm continuous glow for that special ambiance or a flashing variation for that festive mood.

There is enough excess wire (6.5 ft.) from the last flower until the solar panel to accommodate almost any application.

How To Brighten Your Outdoor Space With Solar Powered String Lights

Specs: 

♥ Package Includes: 1 Solar Panel 1 Garden Spike (2pcs) 1 50 LED Flower Light string
♥ LED Color: Multi-Colored
♥ LED Quantity: 50 LED’s
♥ Length of String: 7 Meters (22.9 Feet)
♥ Length of String From Last Flower Until Solar Panel: 2 Meters (6.5 Feet)
♥ Space Between Each Flower: 4 Inches
♥ Diameter of Each Flower: 1.3 Inches
♥ Switches: 2, 1 On/Off Switch, and 1 Mode Switch (Continuous or Flashing Variations)

Let me show you how beautiful they are! 

string light

The base fits easily into the ground and pivots to position towards the sun. 

string lights backyard

See how beautifully they light up at night with nothing but the power of sun behind them. I love using outdoor lights in my backyard

solar powered lights at night

Here are some more shots in my backyard. I have three more sets to put up. I’m so thrilled with the atmosphere they create. Perfect for the winter months too. Think of how beautiful they will look against the snow!

backyard lights solar powered

I have them installed on both sides of the yard fencing. 

solar lights fence area

We used these simple hooks to install the lights. It took less than a 1/2 to install. 

hooks

Be sure to check the back of the light as that is where the options are located. You can set them to solid or flicker easily. That is where the power button is located as well. 

solar powered light with stake
back of box
solar light set

They make a beautiful addition to any backyard fence. And since they the lights are made from a durable plastic, you never have to worry about them breaking or fading. 

jobelle solar fairy blossom lights

I hope you get to enjoy these Solar Lights as much as I am. They add an atmosphere of relaxation to your outdoor space and will last for years to come. 

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