We wanted a solar powered night light. Did we want to spend $50 or more on it? No, not really. While on an errand to Seargents when the sollution sprung out at me. for $12 I found a mason jar lid with a solar powered light on it. What a find! I got an antique blue jar from my grandmother and Jayne and I put in some sand and his favorite shells, rocks, and button.
It's nice because it lets off enough light for him to feel comfortable in his dark bedroom, but not enough light to see his toys and spend half the night playing with them.
|Solar panel on the top along with light sensor so it lights up when it gets dark in the room.|