Ivory Night Light With 4w Bulb - 12 Pack

$38.95 USD
Item# 702612
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  • Glass art nightlights are a perfect accent in any room
  • Small project size are easy to complete in a day
  • A gorgeous way to add some light to any room
  • Sold in a 12 pack


Product Description

Night Lights Make Quick and Thoughtful Gifts
Make a charming stained glass night-light, a wonderful weekend project! Socket has an on-off switch and plugs into any AC outlet. Bulbs are 4 watts. Attach your art using screw on clips (#7027PK) or snap on clips (#7029PK), sold separately. Includes twelve ivory sockets and bulbs per pack.

Celestial night light from "All Through the Night" by Teny Nudson.
Sunset night light from "Creative Techniques in Stained Glass" by Cliff Kennedy.

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Pros : Great for using when making fused glass night lights.
Cons : Don't come with clips.
Other Thoughts : Make sure you order clips.
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  •   Great for making gifts!
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Pros : Good product for the money.
Cons : Would be helpful if clips came with the kit.
Other Thoughts : Be sure to order clips (separately)too! They don't come with the base and bulb as I thought they did.
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Pros : Perfect for making stained glass art. Any 4 or 7 watt night light bulb will work.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Great for making simple stained glass gifts.
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