Mason Jar Chandelier

8:47:00 PM

The idea for a chandelier came together after
I found this huge wooden turned piece 
on the side of the road.



It decorated the deck while I thought about what to do with it.


This piece was just too cool not to use it for something...

And then it hit me!

Mason jars! 

I have a ton of the antique ones with the wire!


I painted the "giant pepper mill" as my daughter calls it,
with green and white stripes to match 
a coffee table I painted for the deck.


The turned wood is hung on 2 chains from the canopy frame. 

Eye hooks and cup hooks suspend the mason jars from 
metal springs and hooks.


Each mason jar is filled with a tea light.


The chandelier is also visible from my kitchen.



This is going to look gorgeous at night!



Oh Yes it does!

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9 comments

  1. Very cool! It looks like a fancy rolling pin to me. :) A great use for it!

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  2. WOW - great idea! It turned out great!

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  3. It turned out great! Super idea and yes, before it did look like a giant pepper mill! LOL!

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  4. sweet! I +'d it on google. :)

    great job Susan

    gail

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  5. This is so unique and creative! I actually featured it today on my mason jar light round-up :)

    http://upcycledtreasures.com/2013/08/25-creative-ways-to-light-up-mason-jars/

    Katie @ Upcycled Treasures

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  6. What a cute idea. Great job I love it.. Come and see me.

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  7. WOW!!! So creative, I want one :) Great job! -Bev

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