Pool Noodle Luminaries

I’m obsessed, I tell you.  OBSESSED!  Who knew there were so many things you can do with a pool noodle?  These little pieces of floating foam heaven can be used for anything!  We were having our night swim in the backyard and I thought it would be fun to throw in a couple of these Pool Noodle Luminaries.  They are so easy to put together!  And don’t worry, we’ll talk about protecting that battery!

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Jill Fritz is a full time outside the home working mommy turned craft blogger. She offers craft/DIY tutorials for Pinterest addicts, craft junkies, DIY fanatics and busy mamas. Jill started Create.Craft.Love. as place to showcase her craftiness and to encourage others to do the same. Create.Craft.Love is a place where passion and creativity collide!
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  1. Oh my goodness! These are so cute!! Pinned!

  2. Sandra H says:

    Does the saran wrap keep that water from ruining the lights?

  3. Lisa Thomas says:

    Hi – these look so easy and cute! My question is do you have to turn them on before assembling them? It looks like you would have to unwrap everything so you can turn them on. Just checking – thanks a bunch!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      The ones I bought had the little switch on the bottom. Totally able to turn on and off through the cellophane. Hope that helps!

  4. Oh my! I LOVE this idea! Pinned!

  5. How long are the sections of noodles?

  6. I love these! I was just wondering where you found those cute little tea lights with the flame shape?

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      Kala – I picked those up at Walgreens. They $4.97 for a pack of six. Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Do they stay floating light side up? Or do they tend to lean over in natural direction they were made for (on side)

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      They stay right side up! The dark picture of them glowing is in the water if you look closely. Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Making these luminaries today!

  9. Will it work with Real t lights candles

  10. What a cute idea!!! I’ll have to make some for our pool.

  11. I have been looking for ideas to incorporate pool noodles into my kids’ lake party. I came by your blog just in ttime! Thanks for sharing!

  12. What a clever idea! Thank you so much for sharing! Now I just need to get a pool. ;)

  13. T. Webster says:

    Love this idea. I had a few questions, however, looks like they’ve all been covered in the comments above.

  14. Betty Kleiss says:

    I bought the noodles at the $ tree…..and the lights…I can not get the lights in the noodle. Are the noodles at Walmart different? They must have larger holes.

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