Solar Chandelier

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I found on Pinterest a solar chandelier idea. I'm always looking for ways to add light in the backyard since we spend many evenings relaxing on the deck during the summer.
I found a brass chandelier at the Restore store for only $5.
Then I purchased some lamp parts to be able to hang it which weren't as cheap as I thought they'd be. Then I purchased some flat black spray paint and painted it.
I found solar lights on sale 2/$4. I had to find ones that would sit down flush in the chandelier. I got lucky and the ones I bought fit great.
I found super glue was the easiest way to attach the solar lights since it was metal to plastic.
Then it was ready to hang and enjoy!!

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  • Gayle
    on May 3, 2016

    Do you have a problem with the holder area filling up with water when it rains?

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