DIY Light Fixture (rose Gold)

3 Materials
$17
2 Hours
Easy
Follow 7 Easy steps to make your own Rose Gold Pendant Light (NO WELDING NEEDED)
My favorite part about this Light fixture is that it transforms . The pendant light has such a unqiue shape in every picture. Change your angle just a slight bit and BOOM!! You got yourself a fresh new look. HAHA!! Who knew this baby would have transforming abilities!!! OH and the best part yet is there's no welding needed. I sealed my corners with my secret weapon sealer and once I spray painted it to my spurprise it looked like it's made of metal. To make it I started off by building a spiky strip with some special straws and wire. I built it long enough to where it started rounding off when the two longest ends were connected. Then once I connected the two ends I kept piecing the rest of the loose triangle together.
This is what my spiky strip looked like mid-way.
This is what it looked like all connected.
Here's a quick video. You can also view the FULL IN DEPTH TUTORIAL here -https://www.lilyardor.com/himmeli-light-fixture-diy-no-welding/
A closer look at my faux welds.
I don’t know if it’s the light bulb or the copper color on the light fixture but the whole room lit up with a rose gold ambience. It’s truly beautiful lit up.
Here's a quick shot of yet another angle. Do you see how transforming it is?
If you guys liked this tutorial you can see more awesome DIY's on my blog at the following link ... https://www.lilyardor.com/diy/
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Suggested materials:

  • Special straws   (michaels)
  • Spray paint copper   (amazon)
  • Wire   (dollar store)

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