How to Upcycle Ceiling Fan Lights Into Candle Holders


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This is what I found one day at the thrift store: a gorgeous pile of old ceiling fan lights. And I knew they would make amazing ceiling fan lights!
The shape of them were really nice, and because I had found 3, I knew that I could create a platform to display all of them.
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  • Ann Brasher
    on Nov 9, 2018

    yes i will try already have some of those i just couldn't throw out.

  • Mary Anne Fountain
    on Jan 3, 2019

    Yes I will definitely try this project! Might use a little something different for the base. But I love it. Thanks for posting.


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