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Very Cool DIY Light Fixtures!

DIY project Hmmmm I wonder.... screen painted black with glitter and diamond jewels? you think?

Turn a Recycled Can into a Lamp

Light for home ideas Daily update on my blog: ediy3.com

Creative Outdoor Christmas Lights - Ideas & Tutorials!

15 Inspiring DIY Lamps - A&D Blog

Beautiful Paper Lamps

  • Neha Soni

    How did you make these pretty paper lamps !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Starfish Chandelier DIY Chandelier

diy light fixtures | 12 Innovative DIY Light Fixtures - News - Concrete Playground Brisbane

Repurposed, creative new lighting

how to make a liquor bottle lamp

Click here to DIY--- 40 cent Scrubby Jar Votives!! You can make a gazillion of them for events, weddings, parties, or decor. Blog & Photos from MrsPollyRogers.com

Finally!!!! A Real Tutorial for Building Mason Jar Lights

DIY Mason Jar Lights

  • Alisha Trott-Smeltzer

    what size of lightbulb did you use for ??? im having a hard time to find one that will fit my mason jar... thanks

  • Judy Bryan

    Do you need to cut bottom from jar. I was going to use chandelier bulbs so as not to cut out bottom.

Window repurposed into bed canopy - I love this one, the white Christmas lights under the sheer fabric are just dreamy, and this can be added to any bed since it is hung from the ceiling (hmmm ... now I'm thinking white decorative chain, maybe just the tiniest-leaved ivy garland, or something with flowers ... wonder if that would detract from the canopy itself?) (LOTS of other great projects on the same page, best collection I've seen so far!) (~TA upcycle window & HD bed)

Small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with lights behind.

Make light strings, lanterns and luminaries with this 50+ roundup from Saved By Love Creations

Hang a lantern filled with a strand of twinkle lights. It looks like fire flies!

Get a lace doily and spray paint the pattern onto a light bulb. When the light is on, the pattern will shine through on your walls.

  • Laura Adams

    Use a paper lace doily and looking glass paint by Krylon