where is the instruction for the branch lighting?
Here is the direct link http://blog.freepeople.com/2012/11/diy-flameless-fire-pit/
click on via freepeople and it will take you to the instructions.
I’ve seen it somewhere else, just not here.
I would like to know if you can use table tennis balls instead of ping pony balls. Please is there anybody that can help me out with this question ?
No Tennis Balls might be a bit on the heavy side
I would say No. The lights would not illuminate the rubber of the tennis ball
Ha ha ping pong is what she ment, but how much this cost was my question. 200 ping pong balls isnt cheap!
No, because they put the ping pongs over the lights and this would not work for tennis balls as they are solid.
No tennis balls would be to heavy
No tennis balls would be too heavy
Ping pong balls are table tennis balls, just a different name.
No, tennis balls are NOT ping pong balls. It’s covered in a type of fabric. My personal opinion is that if a Xmas ornament doesn’t reflect light, it won’t be on my tree.
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All of them are budget-friendly and easy to make. Thank you for sharing these budget friendly Christmas decoration ideas.
Hi, just to clarify: it was TABLE tennis they were talking about, not tennis. Table tennis is another name for ping pong , so table tennis balls = ping pong balls. Different names, same game, same ball. So, yes, they would work.
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