Quikie Nite Lite

December 29th, 2009 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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I found the tumbler and the wood night light base at a thrift store and I had the sea glass lying around for a while. I just poured the glass in the glass (haha) and placed it on the light base and bingo! I had a night light for my bathroom. It actually looks prettier in real life than in the photo.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, eclectic, glass, funky, fun, lamp, blue-green

Comments (8)

weatheredtreasure writes: You have such creative simple and easy projects! Love it. Posted: 5:52 pm on March 24th
Kimmberli writes: Very pretty - I can only imagine how it looks with the lights off! Posted: 6:30 pm on May 16th
shabbychick writes: What a "simply" sweet seaglass light you made! Love the colors.

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 11:15 pm on January 2nd
MermaidsPurse writes: This is creative, attractive and thrifty. Nice thinking. Good job. That sea glass you put in there....might want to reinspect those pieces. Some of that sea glass could be from vintage or antique glass, in fact, I would count on it. I collect and make jewelry from sea glass. I spend a lot of time educating and helping others to determine what they have. Some of those pieces could be suitable to make heirloom jewelry...just another thought and idea. Be glad to help you, just like you help us...your readers. Fair Winds and Calm Seas, Deborah Leon. www.mermaidspurseseaglass.com Posted: 5:15 pm on December 30th
alicemom writes: Cool beans!
Smiles, alice Posted: 10:48 pm on December 29th
monakent writes: What a clever, clever idea!!! gailmarie Posted: 7:07 pm on December 29th
RustyDiva writes: Way to think on your feet girl! I'll bet it has a beautiful glow. Posted: 3:18 pm on December 29th
CleverThinker writes: Great idea!! Glass is such a hard thing to photgragh...I bet its great in person! Posted: 1:28 pm on December 29th
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