Dollar Store Chandelier


When I saw these travel bottles at the dollar store (4 for $1) I had the idea that they might be destined for greatness.... with a lampshade frame, some baubles snagged for $10 on Amazon and lots of hot glue... I'd say they look pretty chic! Or at least more chic than at the Dollar store... See my blog for full tutorial. The lightbulb is a low heat LED and the bottles are actually a few inches away from
dollar store chandelier, crafts, lighting, repurposing upcycling
The finished product! Can you tell they're dollar store bottles?
dollar store chandelier, crafts, lighting, repurposing upcycling
I used our miter saw to cut the necks of the bottles so they looked less bottle-ish.
dollar store chandelier, crafts, lighting, repurposing upcycling
At Charlotte's House

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2 questions
  • Wil3574485
    on Feb 2, 2016

    I can't tell how many rows are there

    • At Charlotte's House
      on Feb 2, 2016

      @Wileycoyoteugly11 Hi! This one has 3 rows, but you can build out from the center as many rows as you'd like!

  • Linda Ivanic
    on Feb 11, 2016

    How do you light it

    • Anita Elaine
      on May 13, 2016

      The hardware sells an electric cord with fixture for people to make lamps. That is the foundation, she used a single LED bulb, lampshade frame for hanging the baubles and bottles. Hot glued the bottles on, it seems.

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