The Glow Company is an amazing website dedicated to all things ‘glowing’. I think I had heard of this company in passing and have to admit I assumed they sold glow sticks – while right in a sense they also stock and sell a whole lot more, from the more common lighting and lava lamps to light up seating, wellies and toys. With something for all ages and price ranges, you are bound to find something that will set your heart on fire.
This weekend see’s the Queen’s Jubilee come around the first of a year of many great British things to celebrate – and to help you show of your pride the glow company have some fantastic LED Union Jack flags to help light up your home in celebration.
Starting with 100 LED 20 flag plug in bunting this one can be used inside and out! So could maybe light the way to big event? Each flag comes in at 15cm wide x 22cm long and hangs beautifully below the strip of LEDs. Coming in at £24.95. This really is a must have for any celebratory parties this year, be is Jubilee or Olympic related.
Triangular in shape this fantastic bunting looked fab around the window. But of course could be used in a million and one places, perhaps you would decide to light up your stairs, around the table on your celebrations or just outside to help show your pride of your country.
The smaller battery operated option features 5 flags along with 20 LED lights and comes to around 2 meters in length, with each flag coming in at 14.5cm x 21cm, these have already been pilfered by Ash to help in a dressing up plan which involves these, a red wing, large flag and a morphsuit. These really are a portable option when it comes to showing of your dedication to your country and for just £6.95 what’s not to like?
Ash decided to show off his idea for this delightful battery operated set – wrapped around his arms they set off his costume a treat. Taking just 2 AA batteries and easily switched on and off making them completely portable, which in turn means they can be used anywhere!
Where would you place yours?
*Lights received free of charge for review all opinions are my own and completely honest if slightly mad.