Repurposed Flower Pot Chandelier

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Repurposing a chandelier into a planter...

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier
This project began with a chandelier left over from our school fair flea market... 
I can not imagine why someone didn't snatch this up!

I knew right away what I wanted to do with this... I pinned a great tutorial from the DIY Showoff a while back. 

I started out by removing all the electrical parts and using E6000 I glued terra cotta pots to each arm of the chandelier.

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier

I spray painted the chandelier with Krylon ColorMaster paint and primer in one. 
The color Oxford Blue matches my outdoor furniture.

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier

When the paint dried I filled each pot with pretty pink petunias.

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier

This chandelier planter is hanging from my outdoor gazebo and looks beautiful.

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier

Repurposed Flower pot chandelier

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