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Craft Lights

Craft Christmas Lights

For your smaller craft and lighting projects, a traditional strand of mini lights may have a few too many lights. For that reason, All American Christmas Co. also offers a large selection of light sets with a smaller bulb count.

Craft lights refer to a light string with only one plug. These sets feature a male plug to go to your power outlet and end with a bulb instead of a female plug. Craft light strings are normally used for small lighting projects such as lighting glass blocks or wine bottles. Like the other lights offered by All American Christmas Co, they also come in a variety of bulb count, color and wire options.

These sets are perfect for doing craft projects because there is no bulky plug to put inside your craft piece, just lights. People love these sets for lighting up glass blocks, wine bottles, jars, or anything else that needs some light inside. Order by the case and save!

Recommended For

  • Lighting Glass Blocks & Wine Bottles

  • Table Centerpieces

  • Lighting Small Wreaths & Garlands

  • Decorating Craft Projects

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10 Count Craft Lights

10 Count craft sets are the shortest light strings available. These sets are 2.5 feet long and feature a single male plug.

15 Count Craft Lights

15 Count craft strings perfect for lighting wine bottles or small glass blocks. 3.75 foot long light strings with single male plug.

20 Count Craft Christmas Lights

35 Count Wine Bottle Lights

LED Craft Lights

LED Craft sets are the alternative to craft mini light strings. 4.75' long sets feature a single plug. Great for bottles & more.

Craft Light Info
  • Craft light strings come in 10, 15, 20, and 35 bulb count.
  • Sets feature close bulb spacing to be used inside bottles, blocks and other crafts.
  • Craft light sets feature a single male plug to go to the wall, and string ends with a bulb.
  • Bulbs are shunted, if a bulb burns out the rest stay lit
How to drill wine bottle lights

Steps for Creating Your Lighted Wine Bottle Craft

  • Cleaning your glass block. Wipe down you glass block with glass cleaner to make sure it is free of labels or sticky residue.
  • Decide where to drill. Pick a spot on the bottom of your glass block, close to the seam. Do not drill directly on the seam, this could cause the block to crack.
  • Prepare to drill. Get out your lubricant of choice and spray a generous amount onto the spot you have chosen to drill on glass block. Put on your safety glass and gloves. Glass blocks can be very brittle and when you drill into some like a glass block, you run the risk of it shattering and injuring yourself. Please work slowly and with much care.
  • Drilling the hole. Put your 1/2 inch drill bit into your drill. Start the drill and gently press down on your glass block. Do not force the drill bit through the glass, allow it to do its work. Drilling can take some time, try to be patient. Continue to apply slight downward pressure until you are sure that it has drilled all the through your glass block.
  • Check for cracks. If you see any cracks in your glass block, then you have to discard it. If you do not see any cracks, then you need to clean the outside with a little glass cleaner. Be sure you remove any little bits of glass.
  • Add craft lights.The type of craft lights you use is a matter of personal preference. I would recommend using a 20 mini light or 35 mini light set with no end connector. These are usually the best choice because you don't want to overload your glass block craft with too many mini lights or too much wire. Insert the first bulb on the craft light string through the hole you have drilled into your glass block. Continue to feed your lights through the hole until all lights are inside the bottle. Be careful to not nick the cord on the glass opening. Once you've gotten your lights inside the glass block, plug in your craft light string. Use a metal coat hanger or crochet hook to situate your bulbs where you would like them.
  • Decorate your glass block. Decorating your lighted glass block is all up to you. A lot of people use wired ribbon to make it look like a gift, or paint a scene on the top of it. The options are endless when it comes to decorations for your lighted glass block craft.