This fun and easy repurposed chandelier project is perfect for your porch or patio. Solar lights have changed a lot, and easily charge in shady areas. Hang this from a tree, shepherd’s hook or your porch. It will make you smile every night as it adds a special ambiance to your outdoor space.
One of the many diy projects done for the backyard makeover is the whiskey barrel lampposts. Having the tiny solar lights surround the fire pit is one of my favorite elements of the backyard. Originally I wanted larger bulbs but I have fallen in love with the tiny solar lights.
We have another Thrift Store Decor project today! I’m sharing the easiest and cheapest project ever. $2.50 Easy Glass Globe Solar Light! Drop another buck for a bracket and you’re all set. I love how this set looks on my front gate arbor. Think weddings, parties and more!
I married a free chandelier with a thrift store floor lamp to make this unique and fun garden or patio light. I’m sharing all kinds of tips and tricks to complete your own project. This is a very versatile project, you could even use candles or flameless candles. This is the monthly Thrift Store Decor Project, so hop over to see what my blogger friends have been up to.
Earlier in the summer before it got really hot, I was very busy making some repurposed floor lamps and solar lights. I made these at the same time that I made the solar light chandelier. It’s so easy to change up these old lamps with Krylon Dual Superbond with Paint and Primer.
I love repurposed chandelier projects. This is the first modern chandelier I’ve gutted to turn into a romantic candelabra. Each chandelier is different, but this post will show you how I achieved this look for no money. Repurposed Chandelier – a Yard Sale Find Do you remember this…