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DIY Tabletop Lamp From Old Toys | Shelterness - To make the lamp you need to arrange the toys to form a nice looking base and bond them together using hot glue or any other glue you think would work. Don’t forget to put the cord through this base and fix a bulb on the top. Then you can cover the lamp base with several coats of paint and one coat of polyurethane lacquer.
DIY Table Lamp by Ryan McElhinney
Popper pendant lights by Andre Hnatojko
Ikea Moppe Drawers Craft paint in black and burnt umber (Plaid/Folk Art) Crackle medium (DecoArt) Light grey paint (we used Analytical Grey by Sherwin Williams) Paint brush (Purdy) Metal ruler or scraper Sandpaper Adhesive metal bookplate (these from Staples/Martha Stewart) Handles (we used these from Lee Valley) Lint free white cloth/rag Natural and Dark Finishing Paste Wax (Minwax
Pair of Turquoise Glass Pendants by Prescolite USA 1960's Pair of turquoise or seafoam colored glass pendants in shape of oblate spheroid by Prescolite of California. Each hangs from vinyl coated wire and has a dark wood stem (possibly walnut or teak) and original brass ceiling caps (5.5" in diameter). Each pendant takes a single 75 watt bulb. Length of cord can be increased or shortened.
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