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Hula Hoop Chandelier

This is my Hula Hoop Chandelier. The arbor on the back patio was blocking the house light from above and it always seemed dark. But, not anymore! Couldn't wait until it turned dark tonight so I could see how it looked! :) Just needs a little touch-up with the paint tomorrow! Items needed: Hula hoop, spray paint, 2 strands of icycle lights, electrical tape and some heavy fishing line. I bought the hula hoop for $1 and we had all the other supplies!
Spray paint the hula hoop to match the wires on your icycle lights, tape lights at every hanging icycle and hang with fishing line!
Cost: $1.00 Difficulty: Easy
  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    on Apr 5, 2013

    Love this. You could use just about anything. Christmas lights do not attract bugs like other lights do. We have a strand of tube lights around our front door. The house is painted cream and bugs kept the front porch looking nasty all the time. Too much work for me. Now we leave the tube lights on all the time. Low cost too! Just enough light.

  • Robyn
    Robyn Phoenix, AZ
    on Apr 5, 2013

    wow, oh so smart!!!

  • LeeAnn M
    LeeAnn M Lincoln, NE
    on Apr 5, 2013

    That is a great idea Jeanette! :) I might have to try that by our front door, instead of turning on our big house light all the time. Thank you Robyn, I do love the way it turned out. :)

  • V Valencia
    V Valencia Downey, CA
    on Apr 5, 2013

    Wow, this is a really clever idea!

  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna Canada
    on Apr 8, 2013

    This made me smile! So so cool!

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