Monday, May 24, 2010

OUTDOOR CHANDELIER


I took one of these...not sure what they are called. Anyone know? I got it at a yard sale years ago and it has rusted in my garden. I've never known quite what to do with it...that is, until now!





I had leftover chain and S-hooks from a birdbath that I did not hang and had an idea to make this beauty - my new "outdoor chandelier"! The glass hurricane fits perfectly in there with seashells and a glass pillar from Dollar Tree. I can change the look anytime by adding different items.





View from the side






View from the top





At a distance





My new centerpiece on the table is a terra cotta saucer with sheet moss in the bottom. I covered a dollar tree glass pillar candle with sheet moss (also $1), added ivy to Isabella's mosaic pot and painted a $1 birdhouse to make this centerpiece. I also layered a doily over a round placement for added interest. The glow of the candle looks beautiful through the sheet moss.






I also, covered an older pot that I just did not like anymore with jute. I love the result and can't wait to plant something in there.



Joining Metamorphosis Monday, Nifty Thrifty Tuesday and Outdoor Wednesday




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6 comments:

Mari said...

I love it all! You are so creative. I would never have thought of doing that.

Joy @ Thrifty Parsonage Living said...

I love it! I've always wanted a chadelier. You're so creative you have shown us to think outside of the box.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

What a "COOL" looking idea...luv it! Thanks for coming to my party!

Blessings,
Linda

AtlantaMama said...

you are so creative Mari

Rose said...

Nice chandelier! And I love your table arrangement too. So unique!
I came over from NTT.
Rose

Missie said...

Love it!

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