Wood Ball Chandelier

$40
5 Hours
Medium

Can you find the tuna can?
I use one to make the knock off PB chandelier. Yes, the tuna can was empty, very clean, covered with metal and spray painted with all the other items.
Here's a close up now sitting in the dining room.  Next I might hang it from the ceiling!
Here's a close up now sitting in the dining room. Next I might hang it from the ceiling!
I use an old birdcage floor stand when I want the chandelier to sit on the floor.  Shortened a floor lamp for the times I want it to sit on the mantle or table.  Next I will hang it from the ceiling.
I use an old birdcage floor stand when I want the chandelier to sit on the floor. Shortened a floor lamp for the times I want it to sit on the mantle or table. Next I will hang it from the ceiling.
Find the tuna can.  This was made with 600 wood balls {or beads,} old chandelier parts, old mirror parts, and a tuna can.  No electrical wiring...just candles.
Find the tuna can. This was made with 600 wood balls {or beads,} old chandelier parts, old mirror parts, and a tuna can. No electrical wiring...just candles.
Country Design Style-Jeanette

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  • Thank you @Becca B for the pin!! Wahoo!

  • Diena Cameron
    on Jun 16, 2015

    Really beautiful @Jeanette Country Design Style . I have been saving for quite some time for PB's version, which i have been in love with for years. But i might just have enough now to make one similar to yours, lol. If i can figure out all the parts, lol. Maybe i will hop over to your site and check out your part's list. Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring.

    • @Diena Cameron Thank you Diena! It wasn't as hard as you would think. Let me know if you have any questions. I love helping people with DIY projects. I've often think about adding electric to mine. But so far the battery candles set the mood in the evenings.

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