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How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

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Learn how to make a night light without electricity with this simple hack!  Follow the easy step-by-step tutorial and add a night light to any space.

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

We have this area in the upstairs hallway that we have a little dresser of drawers, and it sits right across from our bathroom door.  Inevitably we run into it every night.  Also, the are in that stage where everyone needs a night light, but in this little old house there isn’t an outlet in the hallway.

SO . . . get ready to learn an easy hack to make a night light without electricity.  While I was at it I also did a little makeover 😉

 

How to make a night light without electricity

You Will Need:

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

 

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

#1.  Lightly sand the surface of your piece.  Dust or vacuum off.  Tape as needed for the paint.

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

 

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

#2.  Spray 2 coats (drying in between) with the white spray paint.

 

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

#3.  Spray 3 coats (drying in between) with the glow in the dark spray paint.

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How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

After

 

How to Make a Night Light Without Electricity

Before and After

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  1. This is GENIUS!!! I didn’t know glow-in-dark-spray paint was a thing! I will have to keep this in mind and try it out for my son! Your instructions were easy to follow; great post!

  2. I love the finish you gave the mirror as well as the small dresser! Going to try it for a bathroom lightweight hanging mirror, would never have thought of doing this, thank you for sharing this! Very creative of you!

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