For all the frustrations the Coronavirus enforced lockdown has thrust upon us over the last few months, it has also managed to inspire some genius DIY creations and one handyman has used some leftover wood to create a piece of magic for his back garden.
Oh, and it only cost him a grand total of £3 to do so.
Dave Martin shared his creation on Facebook – a futuristic garden light made using leftover wood and some solar lights from B&M.
Dave captioned the post, “Bits of wood left from a project so went to b&m and got some solar lights and made this overall cost £3.16.”
Users in the group Dave posted pictures of his light in were quick to share theirapproval, with one even urging Dave to start up his own business selling the fixtures.
“That looks beautiful,” came one comment, while another approving potential customer added, ”Amazing, start selling I will buy one!!”
Given that they only cost £3 to make, Dave could make a great mark up on the lights without even needing to charge all that much. Could be a huge potential lockdown business idea in the making…
(h/t the sun)