Barnyard tealight display

October 24th, 2009 in member junk     
Grasshopper22 Grasshopper22, member
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I really like the way this one turned out...the glass square holders were part of a chandalier that I got at the re-store. I found some sticky cut outs of roosters and chickens and placed on the glass, put a little hen and chick plant in the middle to tie the whole theme together. I then glued the plant and holders to a piece of barnboard and placed tea lights inside. It looks really cool when lit and the shadows and frosted glass illuminate's beautifully...it looks like sunset or sunrise at the farm.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, glass, candle holder, country

Comments (8)

shabbychick writes: You've brightened my day with your little lights! Great job Grasshopper!

Kathy Posted: 3:28 pm on October 27th
suewhitney writes: Loving this, Grasshopper. Very, very, clever! Ya gotta love the Re-stores.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 11:15 am on October 25th
alicemom writes: That is so clever! Love it!
smiles, alice Posted: 9:21 am on October 25th
oldnews writes: What an amazing find, and a beautiful reuse. It's wonderful!! Marie Posted: 8:03 am on October 25th
RustyDiva writes: This is adorable!!! Love it. Posted: 1:23 am on October 25th
byabpryor writes: Very cool!

This would work also with the same animal as it walks down the path... like cartoon flip books...

I love it!


Oh and a mother duck & her baby chicks!..... you are inspiring ...... Posted: 1:46 pm on October 24th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Very, very creative! Silhouettes are always beautiful, however, I love how you lit it all up.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Candy Posted: 10:21 am on October 24th
JunkArchitect writes:
This is so cool! Very creative use of the glass squares. There are so many different themes this concept could work with…Christmas (snowflakes)…Valentines Day (hearts)…etc. Great job!

JunkArchitect
Posted: 8:57 am on October 24th
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