Add Some Romance and Atmosphere to Your Garden With a Chandelier


Some white spray paint, a few jam jars and clear silicone is all you need to turn an old yard sale fixture into the perfect garden tealight chancy.
This old brass chandelier was picked up for $2 at a recent yard sale and spray painted glossy white.
This old brass chandelier was picked up for $2 at a recent yard sale and spray painted glossy white.
The old wiring was removed and jam jars were siliconed onto the plates.
The old wiring was removed and jam jars were siliconed onto the plates.
Hang it from a tree or a gazebo, add some tea lights and you have instant charm.
Hang it from a tree or a gazebo, add some tea lights and you have instant charm.

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  • Marylou Santomauro
    on Feb 1, 2015

    Have an old chandelier I will try this great idea. Also like the comment suggesting magnets to secure the jars.

  • Sue
    on Jun 28, 2018

    I did this project, added solar lights!

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