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using lighting on cakes

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I am doing a cake with fireflies on the top and want to light them up.  They will be small. If I use led battery light string how do I hide the wires or does someone have a better idea?  This will only be a 10" layer. I hope someone  has done this before and can advise me.  Thanks, Grammy 1963

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You can buy individual LEDs. I'm not sure what they are called. If you google 'throwies', you should be able to find some more info. Also, once I bought some LEDs at Walmart, in the party aisle. They were single LEDs that can be put inside a balloon. I don't know if they still sell them.
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Fairy Berries might work for you.  They are small individual little lights that come in different colors.  Just be sure they don't get eaten!

 

http://www.save-on-crafts.com/fairyberries8.html

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Thankyou Yortma:  Also thanks for the wedsite.  I will look them up.  Grammy1963

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