Wall-mounted Ladybugs With Solar Lights! Handcrafted metal art flying ladybug with wings spread open wings ideal for walls, fences and other flat surfaces: These steel lady bugs add a fun....
Wall-mounted Ladybugs With Solar Lights! Handcrafted metal art flying ladybug with wings spread open wings ideal for walls, fences and other flat surfaces: These steel lady bugs add a fun accent to a backyard, garden and work or living spaces. This large lady bug can add a splash of color to a yard or colour to a garden during the day and will glow brilliantly at night with a high output LED solar light. Great decorative products where it is wanted to decorate with indoor & outdoor ornaments: the wall-mounted Lady Bug can be fastened to trees, the porch, a fence, or the side of the house ̸ building and or on a wall, ceiling, beam inside. This flying lady bug has a solar light attached. Designed with superior craftsmanship each handcrafted metal art piece is finished with an advanced industrial coating that offers full rust protection. As one of the ladybug metal art collection it can be the perfect addition to gardens, walkways or entrances and, as a cute critter it can be easily placed in a range of exterior settings, both indoor and outdoor. An excellent gift idea that warrants consideration in the Gifts for $ 29 CDN category.
Flying Large Lady Bug: 7 inches x 7 inches x 5 inches or 17 and three-quarter centimetres x 17 and three-quarter centimetres x just under 12 and three-quarter centimetres.
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Absolutely love this piece.
Beautiful bright colours and well constructed
I really liked the look and make of the ladybug - very sturdy and cute! My only complaint is that the solar light only lights up on occasion, and when it does it is for a very brief time and does not send out much light. It may work better once we have more hours of daylight (it is the middle of winter now), so I will just have to wait and see.