DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier
DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier is a great project because you can really add your own style to it. Picking a vintage chandelier sets yours apart from others. I will help you through the process below.

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier
DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

To start off you’ll want to pick out the perfect vintage chandelier.

Remove wires from the chandelier. Take off the part where the light bulbs get screwed in.

Take the stake off the bottom of solar lights, so you will just have the top by itself.

Next you are going to spray paint it. You could use any type, but for a more Shabby Chic look you can use chalk paint. If you are chalk painting you’ll want to spray a clear protective coat for outdoor use the keep your chandelier looking beautiful.

Now for putting the lights in. Make sure you remove the part that’s meant to go in the ground, so now you just have the light top. You will want industrial strength glue. Now all you need to do is glue down your lights where the light bulbs used to be.

And there you go, you have a beautiful outdoor chandelier to show off.

 

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

Just a tip, make sure to use industrial strength glue. You don’t want your light falling into your freshly baked cake. (Speaking from personal experience here.) To add even more of a shabby chic look you can distress your chandelier with some sandpaper. Rubbing in some spots to give it that chic look. If you want another look to an outdoor chandelier check out my DIY blog here. I know sometimes you guys don’t have much time to do your own DIY, which is why I put this chandelier up in my shop and you can look at my chandeliers here.

DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier
DIY Solar Light Hanging Chandelier

I will include some links below so you can create this same look.

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