Lovely DIY Aqua Chandelier

More and more people are interested in recycling. The fact that they can help environment and improve their life at the same time makes them become more engaged and attracted to all kinds of projects that refer to this problem.Starting from today we launch a new category “Do it yourself” a.k.a “DIY“, where you will find interesting projects colected from around the world made by home owners and experts or professionals.

Sometimes you may notice that you can create wonderful things by recycling old items through which you can express your feelings and exercise your creativity.You will be more pleased to see that with little money you may decorate even your house with great recycled objects.

Take for example this lovely Diy Aqua Chandelier. It will create a wonderful and relaxing atmosphere and it will not take you too much time either.

Diy Aqua Chandelier is made of a vintage chandelier that you may find somewhere in your grandparents’ old deposit, some vintage Mason jars, a few aqua crystals which you may take from IKEA, some aqua glass paint and some tea lights too. If you have all these components you may start working at a wonderful chandelier.

Paint the vintage chandelier, the jars and the aqua crystals with aqua glass paint, stick the jars and the aqua crystals to the chandelier and add the tea lights inside the jars.Now, your lovely Diy Aqua Chandelier is ready to be hung on anywhere you please and where it can  catch all the sights upon it.{found on shabbyfufu}

Published by in DIY Projects, on July 1st, 2011


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