This Chandelier Is For The Birds


A couple of years ago I purchased two ornate 6- light wrought iron chandeliers at auction sans wiring. The price was fantastic- $20.00 each. I gave one to a friend for a housewarming gift, and the other one I have kept at the shop in "don't put a price tag on that one, I might keep it" mode. Enter design and DIY inspiration, a six pack of mini terracotta planters from Hobby Lobby, a power drill, and one
this chandelier is for the birds, gardening, repurposing upcycling
Drill, baby, drill
Drill, baby, drill
Hanging out waiting for feathered friends
Hanging out waiting for feathered friends
Hungry visitors!
Hungry visitors!
Darleen L~ Places In The Home

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  • Angela Herremans
    on Aug 26, 2015

    Wow I love it :-) you have done a wonderful job :-) will have to keep an eye out for one myself if not I will have full pulling out my welder and get some welding practice in and make one :-) thanks for the great idea :-)

  • Lisa
    on Jul 23, 2016

    So cute, I have seen many different uses for unused chandeliers, but this idea is so ingenious...Lucky birds!

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