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Tea Cup Chandelier

Repurposed a candle chandelier with old tea cups and saucers for an outdoor setting. Looks a little Alice in Wonderland.

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  • Pam Cooper
    Pam Cooper Dillsboro, IN
    on Oct 12, 2016

    Thanks for sharing. I have an old chandelier on my workbench now and was contemplating the next step. Ha! Being a crafter . . . I happen to have the cups too! Now . . . to decide my colors.

  • Tina Lewis
    Tina Lewis Surprise, AZ
    on Oct 12, 2016

    It will turn out lovely. I do recommend gorilla glue. It has actually held out in this AZ heat.

  • Margaret.stewart91
    on Oct 22, 2016

    Love this,I also use old cups and saucers as bird feeders,lay the cup on it's side on the saucer and glue.You can then hang it up by the handle.

    • Maryg63
      on Feb 20, 2017

      Great idea, Margaret. I would never have thought of this idea. Can't wait for our snow to melt so I can do this.

  • Susan Davenport Hayes
    Susan Davenport Hayes Tucson, AZ
    on Nov 19, 2016

    This would also make a cute outdoor bird feeder

  • Lenore
    Lenore Port Saint Lucie, FL
    on Mar 22, 2017

    where did you get the tea cups . you idea is wonderful.

    • Tina Lewis
      Tina Lewis Surprise, AZ
      on Mar 29, 2017

      I get tea cups at yard sales, thrift shops and rummage sales. Glad you enjoyed it.

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