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  • Lynne
    Lynne Detroit, MI
    so cute! a great idea for any place, and a merry unbirthday to you..(smile)
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  • Barb Rosen
    Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE
    This is so pretty, Tina! Do you put candles in them? I have seen some folks use them for birdfeeders too!
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  • Debbie Stanley
    Debbie Stanley Randleman, NC
    I love this, (since I have an affection for teapots and teacups) I would like to know if this is a candle or electric chandelier. So pretty.
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  • Deltagardener
    Love this idea!
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  • Bev
    Bev Downers Grove, IL
    You could hang it outdoors and place tea light candles or flame-less tea lights in that up-cycle.
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  • Laurie
    Laurie Jonesboro, AR
    So pretty.
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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    Adorable!
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  • Jayme
    Jayme Bellaire, MI
    I am not a "teacup" person, but this is very cute!!
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  • Tina R
    Thank you for the lovely comments. It is for the outdoors and is not electric. Happy Hunting. I bought the candle chandelier at a church rummage sale. I do put tea light candles in them. Also have used the tops of the outdoor solar lights. I won't do
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  • Deborah Shorb
    Deborah Shorb Sun City Center, FL
    I saw a number of these is a cute little shop in Rome, Italy, but they also drilled a hole through the center for a teapot! They were featured in all kinds of patterns. Love it!
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