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lights for glass blocks

Posted by fortescuegal (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 29, 08 at 11:37

I am trying to find 35 light sets for the gloass blocks.since Christmas is over it is next to impossible to find them. anyone have any sources they would like to share. thank you!!

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RE: lights for glass blocks

check out bridal section of Michael's or Hobby Lobby. They usually sell strings of white lights.

RE: lights for glass blocks

I get mine from Boleks crafts. They have great customer service and fast shipping.

Here is a link that might be useful: lights

RE: lights for glass blocks

I have some that I would be willing to part with. I'm not sure how many I have but if you would email me I could let you know.

Please put THS LIGHTS in the subject line.
Mine also have an on/off switch on them that I put on.

RE: lights for glass blocks

There are a couple places you might try.
One is National Artcraft in Ohio. I believe the site is or you might try Lamp Specialties in NJ. These are wholesalers and they have these items all the time. I don't remember the url for Lamp Specialties so you might try a Google.
We used to buy the lights year round from these two companies.
They're basically caramics suppliers but you can get a lot of other things from them too.

RE: lights for glass blocks

If you are looking for the one bulb with a clip to put into the hole drilled area, I get mine at the hardware store locally. I found them at our Menards store but I'm sure Lowe's and Home Depot should also carry them year round.

RE: lights for glass blocks

I get the single bulb ones at Hobby Lobby. They are in the miniature section. I wait until they have a 50% off sale and buy them for $1.50 each.

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