Here is the next chapter of the brass and glass dining room light. The Welding Man luvs it
and I keep decorating it and disguising it's wonderfulness.
Yes. The glass panels need cleaned.
I've used these two ideas for Christmas and Autumn.
Then I made this drum shade from a much larger lamp shade.
It was okay but looked a bit too amber.
And when lighted the uneven trims really stood out.
Several years back I made this book page chandelier for my craft room.
It totally goes with the book page vibe I've used
in there for many of my storage containers.
I punched out about 400 circles from an old dictionary.
It had water damage and was 25 cents at the thrift store. Score!
I sewed many many strings of 7 circles and hot glued them to
a metal ring which fit the top of the hanging lamp.
Oooh aaaah, I like it!
I like it alot!
This project is definitely a keeper. It cost me nothing but time and energy. I may add a few more circle strings, perhaps in a different size, and see how it looks.
But for now, I'm calling this a win win!