Light-up Boho Chandelier

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Using a tomato cage, sheer fabric and Osram Lightify Gardenspot Mini lights, you can create a light-up boho chandelier that changes colors! Perfect for a day to night outdoor wedding!
My favorite part of this project is the base, which is a wire tomato cage that can be picked up for a few dollars this time of year.
Watch the short video tutorial here to see just how easy this is to make!

Suggested materials:

  • Tomato cage   (Home Depot)
  • Sheer and lace fabrics   (JoAnn Fabrics)

Mark Montano
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  • Sherry Knott Sherry Knott on Apr 18, 2016
    Love this!!! I have a couple of questions. #1 is there any danger of the heat from the lights causing the fabrics to catch fire? #2 Can battery operated Christmas lights be used instead? A lot of people don't have smart phones to be able to utilize the ability to change colors, so the expense of the Osram lighting may not have any value. Thank you for your help! This is so stunning!
  • Vicky Vicky on Apr 20, 2016
    I want to make something like this to hang down on each side of bed. just trying to figure out how to make on a smaller version. Any ideas anyone?
  • Bernice Evans Bernice Evans on May 01, 2016
    how long are the strips of material and lace?

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  • Patricia McClure Patricia McClure on Mar 06, 2017
    This light is breathtaking and would love to make for my daughters wedding but her colors are going to be camouflage. Any suggestions on the fabric??
  • Tricia K Tricia K on Jan 05, 2019

    Mark, this is the exact project I was looking for. You do such awesome work! I will upload pictures after I finish my blog chandelier! Thanks for the inspiration!

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