How To Create a Wireless Wall Sconce With Dollar Tree Items

Are you looking for an easy and affordable way to add some extra lighting to your home? In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make a wireless wall sconce using items from Dollar Tree.

This project is simple, quick, and perfect for anyone who loves to DIY. Let's get started!

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DIY wall light with bamboo cutting boards

1. Prepare Your Materials

First, gather all the materials you'll need for your DIY wall sconce light.

How to make a wireless wall sconce

Head to the Dollar Tree to pick up two bamboo cutting boards, four glass jars, and two napkin holders.

Start your homemade light project with these simple items from the Dollar Tree

Make sure you also have strong adhesive glue and wall adhesive strips on hand.

Applying glue to the metal bars of a napkin holder

2. Attach the Napkin Holders

Take the first napkin holder and apply a generous amount of strong adhesive glue to the two metal bars on its bottom.

Easy homemade wall sconce project
Secure the napkin holder to the bamboo cutting board

Carefully place it in the center of one bamboo cutting board. Repeat this process with the second napkin holder and the second bamboo cutting board.

Allow the glue to set for a few minutes.

Applying glue to the sides of the napkin holder

3. Secure the Glass Jars

Next, add more strong adhesive glue to the bottoms of your glass jars and the sides of the napkin holder.

Stick a glass container on either side of the napkin holder

Attach one jar on each side of the napkin holders. Ensure they are evenly spaced and securely glued.

Step-by-step DIY candle sconce light

Allow everything to dry overnight to ensure the adhesive is fully set.

Secure the wall adhesive strips to the back

4. Attach the Wall Adhesive Strips

Once everything is dry, flip the bamboo cutting boards over and attach the wall adhesive strips to the back.

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These strips will allow you to mount your new wireless wall sconce to the wall without the need for nails or screws.

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Battery-operated candle placed inside the top jar

5. Add the Finishing Touches

Finally, place a battery-operated candle inside each glass jar. This will give you the look of a candle sconce light without the risk of an open flame.

Now, your homemade light is ready to be hung on the wall!

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Enjoy the warm glow of your new wireless wall sconce

Wireless Wall Sconce Tutorial

This DIY wall light project proves that you don’t need expensive materials to create beautiful home decor.

By using affordable items from Dollar Tree, you can make a custom homemade light that fits your style perfectly. It's a fun and rewarding project that anyone can do.

If you decide to try this tutorial, please leave a comment and share your photos with me. I’d love to see your unique designs!

Cass Harris
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  • Mary Markley Mary Markley on May 21, 2024
    What is the function of the upside down glass?
  • Rebecca Fabry Rebecca Fabry on May 21, 2024
    How do you access the battery-operated candles to turn off or on without removing sconce from wall?
  • Rachel PACHECO Rachel PACHECO on May 21, 2024
    What’s the purpose of the second glass facing down?
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  • Dah800183 Dah800183 on May 25, 2024
  • Shelley Davis Shelley Davis on Jun 07, 2024
    I made this, but used just one vase on each, attached lower on the wood. I used E6000 glue and I attached picture hanger hardware with screws. I distressed the wood by using lighter chalk paint and a sponge so that it would complement a wall hanging I already have. Instead of candles I used eucalyptus branches and some smaller flowers I had. Sorry, the picture is a bit dark.
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