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    Homemade Light Fixtures | Faceted Pendant Light DIY Light Fixtures

  • Andrea Brame

    DIY Faceted Pendant Light from folded paper over a paper lantern pendant lamp.

  • Diane Fryer

    Fortune Teller Spherical Pendant, a DIY project at The 3 R's Blog. There are quite a few variations on this theme, too, and enough directions for yu to try your own.

  • Milou Van Kerckhoven

    Large Faceted Pendant Light - This large faceted pendant light is the perfect statement piece for any home, modern or otherwise. A bright white when unlit, the lamp glows warmly when turned on, creating a true conversational piece for any home. Constructed from hundreds of folded fortune tellers formed around a pre-existing 16 inch paper lantern, the entire light measures approximately 18 inches (45 cm) across, and comes with a 11 foot white light bulb cord included.

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The original artichoke book page light, this fun pendant lamp shade is created by applying circular pieces from assorted Paperback books to a round paper lantern. The lantern is approximately 12 inches (30.5 cm) in diameter and includes pages from approximately 6 or 7 different books. Maximum light bulb recommended for this size paper lantern is a 60 watt bulb.

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Take a globe, cut a hole at the bottom and a smaller one up top (with a Dremel tool). You can then get the wiring at IKEA and just run it through the top

This would be awesome to do with my dad's old slides!