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Absolutely Gorgeous DIY Aqua Chandelier

This chandelier isn’t the first DIY chandelier made with using Mason jars but it probably the most gorgeous one. Even though for this project you’ll need to find some old chandelier the result is much more cooler than a Mason jar chandelier made with several things from IKEA and an diy outdoor chandelier with Mason jars in a basket.

If you’ve managed to find a beautiful vintage chandelier to work with then drill several vintage Mason jars to screw them to the bobeches. Besides you’ll need to find several aqua crystals to decorate the chandelier and aqua glass paint to paint the chandelier and Mason jars. After these things are done just put tea lights inside the jars and hang the gorgeous chandelier anywhere you want. I think it will work especially great as patio mood light.

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  1. Beth Says:

    You mean tea lights or taillights?

  2. Mike Says:

    Tea lights =)

  3. chix Says:

    Oh wow, homemade chandelier? Very artistic and stylish..

  4. Kathryn Says:

    IT looks super duper cute i cant wait ot star my own! ~Kathryn

  5. Melanie Says:

    Hi! I was just wondering where you got all the aqua crystals? Or if I have some clear can I dye them? Thank you!

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