Mason jar chandelier


I wanted a mason jar chandelier, but did not like the prices so my husband made me one for around $30. we went to a local flea market and found the actual light fixture
for $20. We had to make sure that the metal plates under the candles were big enough to hold the jars. purchased the large mouth mason jars at wal mart for $10. we then painted the light fixture, epoxied the metal rings for the jars in the plates under the candles. all toghether less than $32

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  • Lori Kelly
    on Nov 13, 2014

    I have wondered about using the spiral fluorescent bulbs. Do they put off less heat? @Sheri S

  • Deezie
    on Jan 27, 2015

    love love love this, I have a mason jar chandelier too!!! mine is different than yours. I really love yours

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