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  • Janelle Reynolds

    DIY chandelier. Repurpose a metal frame ring or hoola hoop; add holiday fair twinkle lights; indoors our a patio lighting fixture; upcycle, recycle, repurpose, salvage! For ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL

  • Maria Colibăşeanu

    DIY chandelier. Buy a metal frame and lace twinkle lights around it. "I took a regular extension cord, cut off the plug, striped the wires and hardwired it into the ceiling. I bought a ceiling plate at Lowes and screwed four eyelet screws into it so that I had something to hang the black chandelier chains from (also bought at Lowes). From the chains, I hung two 3' wreath frames together with floral wire, then finally wrapped brown christmas lights (which were the hardest to find) around the frame and plugged them into the extension cord which I hid inside the chain. Complicated? It sounds a little but to be honest it was easier than I had anticipated."

  • Tiffany Dreyer

    DIY light fixture: extension cord, chains, two 3' wreath frames connected together with floral wire, and Christmas lights Nice idea! :)

  • Floormaker

    We love this idea! DIY chandelier. Buy a metal frame and lace twinkle lights around it. Great for a patio! (Use a wire wreath form?)

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