Christmas Lamp

December 21st, 2008 in member junk     
rebeljunker rebeljunker, member
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Merry Christmas to all the creative junkers on this site!! This is my first post.

I have been viewing this site since middle of November. I absolutely love to come to this site! I also LOVE to shop at our local thrift store, which is where I found the makings of this lamp. I first found the ? milk glass lamp shade. Then I found the iron base(original color was brown with ugly plastic greens, red mushrooms and red apples stuck around it.) I removed everything, washed and spray painted the base white(one of my favorite painting colors) then I added my shade.All it  needed was a small Christmasy wreath and new LED lights, and now it is a night light in our bathroom.I can change the wreath to suit  the seasons. Total cost with new lights $8 cdn.

 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Dianne
posted in: member junk, glass, country, white, bedroom, bathroom, light fixture, lamp, paint

Comments (5)

WhatKnots writes: This is a wonderful piece and would make such a great and personal gift to anyone. Love the adaptability of your design to fit the season :-)

Sue, from BC, Canada Posted: 1:50 pm on February 18th
MelHow writes: Very creative. I like how you put it all together. Posted: 8:33 am on December 22nd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Hey there, rebeljunker. What a transformation of the iron piece with the former ugly plastic greens! I love how you put the shade with it and gave it a whole new look.

Welcome to the site! I can't wait to see what else you've done.
Candy Posted: 6:58 am on December 22nd
LuAnn writes: Lovely lamp. What a great way to put all items together. Looking forward to more projects.

LuAnn

PS Welcome to the best site!! Posted: 6:06 pm on December 21st
suewhitney writes: Hi Rebel Junker,
Welcome to the site and Merry Christmas to you too! What a wonderful project, it's lovely. I love the combo of the iron base (absent its former attire) and milk glass lamp shade.Nice work...I can't wait to see more.

Be well,
Sue Posted: 5:39 pm on December 21st
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