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Cool DIY Capiz Pendant Lamp

This craft was inspired by some pendants seen on the West Elm site – it’s kind of a pendant lamp with decorations, suitable for many spaces, from a sea-inspired one to a completely minimalist one. The supplies are retro capiz chandeliers, dismantle them, and make them into the kinda chandeliers using wreath rings. It seems... More

Industrial DIY Steel Pipe Chandelier

We’ve already told you of cool industrial lamps to make, and here’s one piece – it’s a steel pipe light fixture. You’ll need 4 nipples, a floor flange, a reducer, a tee, a square head plug, a pipe and budget-friendly lightbulbs. Fix the elements like it’s shown on the pictures and paint them if you like; wire the... More

DIY Marquee Letters Of Cardboard

Let’s make marquee letters to accentuate your space. You’ll need cardboard, a printer, an x-acto knife, a hot glue gun, scissors, paper and lights. Create the text you want in the size and font you like in Photoshop. Now you need to create your text template to trace out onto your cardboard. Trace those letters from the... More

DIY Paper Foil Starry Lights For Outdoors

Getting ready for a cool outdoor party? Wanna impress your second half with romantic lights? We’ve got a great idea for you! Let’s make starry lights, and the supplies are foil or glitter paper, star punch, hole punch, string lights and hot glue. So, first punch as many stars as there are lights on the string. Punch a hole... More

DIY Night Lamp Of An IKEA Planter

If you want a delicate night lamp for a feminine interior, you can easily make one of a flower pot. It’s not necessarily a table lamp, it may be a beautiful wall lamp that won’t take any space. You’ll need SKURAR flower pots by IKEA, cool and refined, a lamp with a velcro, batteries to the lamp, a hook. Put the batteries... More

DIY Perforated Globe Lamp For Indoors And Outdoors

Wanna make a cool lamp for indoors and outdoors? Here’s a great lamp that was inspired by a stylish Eastern-style globe lamp. The supplies are two large plastic bowls, tin snips, E-6000, cheap duct tape, Dremel variable speed rotary tool, Dremel sanding bands, Dremel drill bits, Dremel cutting guide, spray paint, a pendant... More

Beautiful DIY Felt Lamp

Make a bright petal lamp to illuminate any room you like, it’s really simple! The supplies are wool felt, scissors, a hot glue gun and a paper lantern. Print out the template and cut out the petals. Using a hot glue gun, put a small drop of glue onto the center of the wide end of the petal. Glue the petals starting from the... More

Beautiful DIY Ombre Lamps

Ombre pieces are very fashionable now, you can make one yourself without any problems. For an ombre lamp you’ll need 8 inch glass pendant light, Martha Stewart Glass Paint Spray System, Martha Stewart Opaque Metallic Glass Paint in Champagne, Martha Stewart Translucent Frost Glass Paint in Pink Flamingo,  rubbing alcohol,... More

The Simplest DIY Fall Lantern Ever

This tutorial is about the easiest fall lantern that you could make. For this piece you’ll need some autumn leaves of various colors, a glass jar and a glue stick. Put glue on the outside of the jar and then on each leaf before you attach it to the jar; let dry. At the end light a tea light and put it inside the jar. Such a... More

DIY Cloud-Like Yarn Lampshade

We have told you of many yarn crafts, here’s one more yarn craft, a lampshade that reminds of a cloud. You’ll need an old lampshade, in the shape you want your creation to be, some yarn, baking paper, wallpaper glue, scissors, tape or a stapler, superglue. Remove the top of your lampshade, or any part that holds it to the... More