A Mason Jar Chandelier

6:00:00 AM

Today I'm transforming this old chandelier...

I started this project with an old candle chandelier and 
a dollar store basket.

I painted them both with a couple coats of red paint.

A dab of Krazy glue in all the right places and this basket is holding tightly!

I placed an electric candle in each arm of the chandelier
then used Krazy Glue to adhere a Mason Jar onto each of the five candle holders.

The painted lid is now permanently attached to the candle holder and the jar unscrews from the lid to replace the lights.

I dropped a potted plant into the center of the chandelier 
and my project was finished!

The perfect chandelier for the summer holidays!

Looks gorgeous at night too!

Now back to the hoarding pile to see what I can make next!

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  1. Don't you love it when you find pieces that fit together so well? Love the basket in the middle too!

  2. Love this Susan! I will have to get me some Krazy glue.
    Thanks for sharing!


  3. Absolutely LOVE!!! I love how you married so many pieces together. It has my color, red and mason jars = PERFECTION! :-)

    Have a super week...


  4. Sweet fit, and I LOVE the RED. It's like it was "meant to be" ;-)

  5. Amazing. Very impressive. You have a great eye for repurposing.

    La [email protected]&salvage


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