Pendant Lighting

Refurbished candle holders into pendant globes.

Typical globe replacements run around $20 each.

I ordered 3 candle holders under $8 each.

Removed the faux diamonds and flipped it over to cut the new hole for the lights.

Inserted the old mounting hardware and ready for placement.


Suggested materials:

  • Candle Holders  (Amazon)

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  • Diane Dykes
    on Aug 20, 2017

    where did you get the top part that hold the light with the electrical part. thanks
    • Bj Moore
      on Aug 20, 2017

      It is the original lighting fixture. I used all the old hardware except for replacing the red globes with the new candle holders. :)
  • Karen J
    on Oct 2, 2017

    How did you get the feet off the candle holder?
    • Bj Moore
      on Oct 2, 2017

      I locked vise grips on them and twisted. They popped right off.
  • Lady Jane
    on Mar 6, 2018

    That is a fantastic creation. Bravo! Now, where can I get those candle holders? I just gotta make one myself. Thanks for posting this great idea.

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