DIY Mason Jar Chandelier

The moment we decide to clean our house we may notice that a lot of empty jars occupy a lot of space in our lumber room. Whether they were received with all kinds of sweets from our grandparents from the country side or we bought them with all sorts of types of food from the supermarket these jars seem to bother us in a way. Although we manage to reuse some of them as we can filled them with sweted fruit or other traditional types of food that we can prepare for winter they still remain a lot of them unused.

There is an ingenious idea which can help us create a wonderful DIY chandelier made of Mason jars. Six pint sized jars and lights are the main materials that you need for this project. Three of them are clear glass, one is pink, another one is green and the last one is yellow. Their arrangement and nice glow make it perfect for any space of your house. You can hang it from the ceiling with hooks and comes with twelve feet of chain and cord. It can also be plugged into any outlet.

Another advantage is that you can installed it into an existing light fixture or use it as a swag. With its interesting design will definitely become an eye-catching piece for any guest of your house.These are available for 130$.



Published by in DIY Projects, on December 7th, 2011

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