gotta make this for my bedroom !!!
Careful, you said “incandescent bulb”, which are the old style very hot bulbs. An incandescent bulb would melt or burn this nice chandelier. Truth be told, I would be very leery about even using a compact fluorescent with materials like this. This is a borderline fire hazard. Very pretty, but risky.
I’d definitely use the lowest wattage compact flourescent bulb that I could find for this project, as well as one of the larger PET bottles. But very cool–I may actually try this! Thanks for the post.
Just use a LED bulb
I would use LED lights in this and I really want to make one. Thanks for sharing
What a great concept – wow
Uh, really, this reminds me of the redneck inventions websites….
I couldn’t find a large bottle of mineral water at walmart…… so i just got a circular/squar bottle of deer park, and im pretty sure it’s not gonna work.
Harder than it lookss……
waw awesome idea
Intelligent and tallented. Thanks for the idea. Do not care of Xalem ‘ s thinking; their job is to destroy the tallented people
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