#2 Lamp to Candlestick and Guest Post

5:39:00 AM

Before I get started on my Lamp Project #2 I want to invite you all to visit me today at noon at
Under the Table and Dreaming

Lamp Project #2 

Candlestick


Once again the ornate lamp....


and the millions of pieces I ended up with 
when I took it apart...


I turned into a beautiful silver candlestick...


I stacked all the little pieces onto the long pole from the middle of the lamp.... screwing it together at the top and under the base....


Every piece is secure, with no glue...

  
All it needed was a little metallic spray paint!


This is my second project from that old, ugly lamp...


Doesn't that just make you want to think
twice about an old ugly lamp...



Susan

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4 comments

  1. Great project, Susan! I love it! Those pieces went together so perfectly for a candlestick.

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  2. You are SO talented. Very glad you were a guester on "Under the table". Would love if you could pop by and join my Pin'Inspiration Party. Your creativity would be very welcome.

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  3. So great! Seriously simple and such beauty. Awesome!
    Karah @ thespacebetwenblog

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  4. Gorgeous! Got any pieces left? I think you should post a picture of your leftovers when you think you'e exhausted the use of the various pieces and let us see if we can suggest anything for them, although I'm sure you're on a mission to use every bit.

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