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DIY Teacup Pendant Light Shades

By: Bev from flamingotoes.com
Updated June 27, 2018
DIY Teacup Pendant Light Shades
DIY Teacup Pendant Light Shades
This image courtesy of flamingotoes.com

If you absolutely love vintage home decor styles, then these easy DIY Teacup Pendant Light Shades are for you! Take on this simple project this weekend -- you're sure to fall in love with the results. Your kitchen and your house will benefit from these adorable little light shades made out of delicate teacups. You will adore how the intricate patterns glow when the pendant lights are turned on. Don't be nervous to give this easy DIY project a try! All of your guests are sure to notice these DIY Teacup Pendant Light Shades.

Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsGlass

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Intermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

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Do you want something different and unique for lighting over your kitchen sink or over a island then take a look at this teacup pendant light shade made with a real teacup and saucer. You can make 1,2,3 or as many as you like. Not too hard either and a great victorian look. This would also be so cute for a little girls room with a table underneath for tea time for dress up. Thanks for the idea.

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