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I am looking for around 100 or so of little, white, LED lights. They can be in the form of candles or just lights. I want them to be NON flickering which is creating my problems since most of the ones I've found are flickering. We were thinking of putting them inside paper lanterns as center pieces.

 

Any help is appreciated. Or other suggestions for my problem. Thanks.

 

Mike

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I just saw them in a catalog at my mom's house the other day... I will cal her tomorrow and ask the name of the catalog... they were something like 12 for 5.99.... the name is on the tip of my tongue!!!

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I found these when I was looking around. They used these LED lights for "garden solar lights" at a party.

 

Instructions: Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories - Quick, easy, temporary, and beautiful LED garden lights

 

Here is where to buy the LED lights, 100 for $28, but you also need to buy a battery for them. Just a note, in the instructions they said to make sure the battery works, b/c they got some bad batteries when they origially bought them.

 

Buy the LED lights: LED Headquarters

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I found these when I was looking around. They used these LED lights for "garden solar lights" at a party.

Instructions: Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories - Quick, easy, temporary, and beautiful LED garden lights

Here is where to buy the LED lights, 100 for $28, but you also need to buy a battery for them. Just a note, in the instructions they said to make sure the battery works, b/c they got some bad batteries when they origially bought them.

Buy the LED lights: LED Headquarters

Those look like they might do the trick. And they are very cheap compared to buying the lights I'm looking at. I will need to experiment first I guess. Thanks for the info.

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The Aug/Sep issue of "Modern Bride" has them in their "100 favorite things article" from "www.givefavors.com" $22.00 for 12 tea lights. They're really cute.

 

If you want the article, PM me. I can scan it and email it to you.

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The Aug/Sep issue of "Modern Bride" has them in their "100 favorite things article" from "www.givefavors.com" $22.00 for 12 tea lights. They're really cute.

If you want the article, PM me. I can scan it and email it to you.
off topic, WHERE did you guys get those glasses in your siggy pic!?!?! hilarious!

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I am looking for around 100 or so of little, white, LED lights. They can be in the form of candles or just lights. I want them to be NON flickering which is creating my problems since most of the ones I've found are flickering. We were thinking of putting them inside paper lanterns as center pieces.

Any help is appreciated. Or other suggestions for my problem. Thanks.

Mike
i found some at dollar tree that are 2 in a pack, so basically 50 cents each. i only bought one set to check them out, and the ones i bought do flicker, but i'm not sure they all did. might be worth a look.

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I would recommend these - Amazon.com: WHITE Submersible Floralyte BOX OF 10 ($2.05 each): Everything Else

 

A friend gave me a few and they are great! Plus, they can be submerged in water and the battery lasts up to 12 hours.

 

This website also has a bunch of LED light options: Discount Lights, String Lights, Mini Lights Party lights, Wedding lights, LED, Glow Necklaces, Lite Cubes, Floralytes, Floralights, Battery Operated lights, rope, rice lights & candle lamps

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