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Tutorial: Eco-chic Chandelier

Planning an outdoor wedding or dinner party? Here’s a simple DIY garden chandelier tutorial from Ecologue. What a great way to reuse those little glass jars you may already have at home!

What you need: a circular gridded cooling rack (just reuse if you have an old one); some wire; some beaded chain; one big S hook; and a dozen or so little ones.

Watch the video here or download the PDF guide here.

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1 Bridechka { 10.30.08 at 9:01 am }

Wow its so beautiful… it almost looks like the wire hangings that Gaudi uses!

2 Katherine { 11.03.08 at 8:32 pm }

Oh, I saw this via whip up or cut ou + keep… or somewhere like that & thought these were _fabulous_. I bookmarked them so that I could make it myself for my garden next year!

3 Carina the Blogarina { 09.12.09 at 7:22 pm }

Beautiful!!! When I get a hous and a garden… :)

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