Jen Causey
Jen Causey February 17, 2012

DIY | romantic outdoor lighting

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Happy Friday Everyone! I hope you all enjoyed the fabulous ‘my beloved’ shoot this week… I know I did! In the shoot I incorporated this easy way to light any outside area – hanging battery operated tea lights! Many venues will not allow open flame candles… a perfect alternative and you don’t have to worry about them catching on fire or blowing out in the wind!

romantic tree lighting DIY via Something Turquoise

Supplies: scissors, thread, and lots of battery operated tea lights!

romantic tree lighting DIY via Something Turquoise

This is beyond easy, cut thread and tie it onto the little base of the battery operated flame – it is usually tapered so the thread will stay on. Make sure to double knot. I would make all these up ahead of time!

romantic tree lighting DIY via Something Turquoise

That’s it! Remember to leave a long amount of string for tying onto objects; ie. tree’s, fences, poles, etc.

romantic tree lighting DIY via Something Turquoise

Carefully add all your pretty tea lights to any place that you would like some safe, romantic lighting!

romantic tree lighting DIY via Something Turquoise

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Photography: Studio 11 // Diy: Jen | Something Turquoise // Battery operated tea lights: Costco Bulk Pack of 100 // Location: Abalone Cove, Palos Verdes, CA.

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