Tin Punch Chandelier Gets a Summer Look

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A vintage tin punched chandelier gets a beautiful makeover!

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

A pass along from a family relative and too cute to toss... this tin punched chandelier was in major need of a makeover.

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

It was pretty in it's time but dirty and out of date now.

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

I started out by removing the bulbs, the plastic candles, and all the wiring.

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

After stripping it down and giving it a good cleaning I spray painted it using Krylon ColorMaster spray paint & primer in Ivy Leaf

A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

I added short candles to each of the candle arms to create a one of a kind candel-ier.


A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

The new hanging candle chandy is a big improvement from the old outdated electrical chandelier. 


A Tin punch chandelier gets a summer makeover www.homeroad.net

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