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Concrete and Gold Diy Lampshade

$15
3 Hours
Medium

Lampshade made of concrete with gold leafing, using two empty soda bottles.
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting, make a designer look concrete and gold lampshade
Make a designer concrete and gold lampshade.
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Use 2 empty soda bottles, concrete mix, threaded tube, and a swag light.
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Drill holes in the bottle tops. Screw the small bottle into the large (cut the bottom out of the large bottle first) using the threaded tube. Stabilize with screws in a tin.
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting, mix up concrete and spoon in tap as you go to ensure the concrete goes all the way to the bottom Leave to set
Mix up concrete and spoon in; tap as you go to ensure the concrete goes all the way to the bottom. Leave to set.
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting, Add some gold leaf
Add some gold leaf.
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting, spray the inside gold
Spray the inside gold.
concrete and gold diy lampshade, diy, lighting, wire on to an IKEA shelf bracket
Wire onto an IKEA shelf bracket.
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  • Juneolsen
    on Aug 20, 2014

    Hi +Hml ! I wrestled it out....if you struggle, try heating up the plastic bottle with a hair drier!

  • Libbie B
    on Jan 29, 2015

    I love this....How much light does it give off?

    • Libbie B
      on Jan 29, 2015

      @Libbie B Sorry! I see it now in the comments.....NICLEY done!

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