As mentioned earlier I love recycling. My husband, who is a very hands on practical person, suggested buying some electrical garden lights. My poor little heart nearly stopped in it's tracks. ELECTRICAL. Are you serious? We already have two teenage daughters that use enough electricity in a week than a small town in Ireland (and no amount of lecturing is going to make them change their ways-hair needs washing, drying and straightening everyday don't you know). If I had my way we would be all be using wind-up appliances to generatre energy- keep fit not fat! So I decided to come up with my own creation. These are only two of the lights I have created tonight. The other three will follow shortly. The only thing I have had to buy is the garden wire £1.48. The rest of the materials have come from teenage daughter number two nail varnish collection, mother-in-law jam jars, tea-lights -Halloween three years ago, and beads from old bracelets. My husband smiled (the way he does when not wanting confrontation) and said 'Ooh, aren't you the creative one'. I don't profess to be creative but when it comes to saving a bit of money and preserving the Earth for that little bit longer, then yes, I will rack my brains for whatever is necessary!