Pendant lights made from old insulators for telephone/telegraph wires. Love love love love LOVE! Insulators remind me of my granddad who worked for Southwestern Bell.
A chandelier for the porch. Take a couple of those tacky little garden wire fence pieces, wire them together forming your circle, flip it upside down and attach some rope or rusty chain, then take a few glass insulators and attach them to the outside with some more rusty wire...and you got yourself a pretty cool hanging light........D.
Glass Insulators on Fence Posts good for outside lights....
Project estimate: Chicken wire, $1 and up Wire clothes hanger, on hand or $1 Hanging tomato planter, about $5 Tea lights, on hand or $1 Twig, free Moss, on hand or $1 Bird, $1 Chandelier crystals, about $5 Pliers, on hand Glue gun, on hand Total: about $11 and up
Bachman's Idea House Minneapolis, MN. Halloween Chandelier Old wire fence and insulators
Candle Holder Rustic Wire Heart Upcycled Antique Glass Insulator on Reclaimed Wood op Etsy, 26,90 €
Coffee Pot Lamp - I've learned why I never find lamps I like at the store -- because I LOVE items repurposed into lamps! This is super-cute -- Might have to keep my eyes open for one of these, love the graceful lines (agree with blogger it needs a different shade, but I LOVE the lamp!) - by MyRepurposedLife - (lamps + upcycle stuff) - #DIY #repurpose #upcycle #lamp #Crafts - tå√