You know that saying, “good things come in small packages”, well that’s exactly how it is with these 20 Micro LED Lights by RTGS Products. After I ordered them they shipped quickly however, I didn’t get a chance to try them out until last night and boy was I pleasantly surprised.
The 20 Micro LED lights are attached to a thin silver wire measuring 7′, and can be bent and shaped to fit any purpose. The plastic battery pack requires 3 AA batteries which are not included.
These micro lights would be great in an office setting where you can’t use electric lights, or as a nice accent to a front door wreath. The Micro LED lights are also great to use in an arts & crafts or school projects because they are very thin and are intensely bright.
Wouldn’t this be perfect for St. Patty’s day?
I also put them in a glass jar filled with glass stones which could be displayed in a guest bathroom, bedroom or even on a shelf or mantle.
Unfortunately, for me after my son saw them he had a totally different idea. Because they are vibrant green, he wanted to use them to accent his Eagles door plaque, so I guess that’s where they’ll stay.
I may order another set for Malik’s dorm room, but of course in a different color.
How about you, where would you display these 20 Micro LED Lights?
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Hello Friends and Happy Goodwill Wednesday!
This week’s thrifted outfit was worn on St. Patrick’s Day and it snowed! However, instead of complaining, I was glad as it was the perfect weather in which to wear a maxi skirt and riding boots because tomorrow is the first day of Spring!
Not wanting to hear my son complain about it being too cold, even though he is on the inside taking the pictures, I stayed indoors for these pics.
The riding boots were purchased at the Goodwill store in Exton, PA and are the most expensive item that I’ve ever thrifted. For me, they were still a bargain at $18.99 because they were new and tagged at $39.99, which is way under the $50, which I was prepared to spend this winter.
Both the faux suede maxi skirt and wrap top were thrifted for $3.75 each.
Necklace | Flea Market Find // Watch | Avon
Ring | Payless // Bracelet | Michael’s
This week’s thrifted outfit was $26.49, but still a bargain, what do you think?
Now you know, I had to have at least one picture outdoors! I hope you all had a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day and are enjoying this Hump Day Wednesday.
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Hello Friends and Happy Fri-Yay
This has been a week of highs and lows and I am not even going to talk about the zany weather. Life is so very fragile, I am asking each of you to tightly hug and tell someone that you love them tonight before the clock strikes midnight! I also want to say, “thank you” for being part of my life, I will probably need to borrow some of your strength as time goes on…but we’ll talk about that later, in the meantime. please say an extra prayer for the “Blake Family”.
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I don’t know about you but I am still dragging from last week’s change to Daylight Saving Time, I need a nap! This week’s feature is another non-Crock Pot dish, but that doesn’t mean I’ve abandoned them, as a matter of fact one of them is home cooking dinner right now.
and the recipe is on the back of the jar.
- 4 boneless chicken breast – I used 2 packs of tenderloins
- 1 jar Ragu Cheese Creations Creamy Mozzarella Sauce, divided
- 1 cup Italian seasoned dry bread crumps
- 1 medium tomato, seeded and chopped
- 1 Tbsp. basil leaves / Italian seasoning
Pour 1/2 cup of Mozzarella sauce into a bowl ~ coat chicken with sauce and then with dry bread crumbs.
Place coated chicken into 13×9 baking pan, spray with cooking spray for easier cleanup. Bake in preheated oven 450 degrees for approximately 15 minutes.
Spoon remaining sauce around chicken in the pan, bake another 5 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly done.
I cooked a package of Knorr Pasta Sides for chicken which complimented this dish perfectly as would a side of mac n cheese!
This was another family meal that my men loved and no leftovers!
Top cooked chicken with tomatoes and Italian seasoning for an easy breezy mid-week meal.
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