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My Favorite Solar Chandie

Posted by GreenSuzq2 7 TN (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 30, 12 at 16:57

I made this last year and love it. Found the chandelier at a antique store and have made a few more after this one.

GreenSuzq


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RE: My Favorite Solar Chandie

Here is another one I found at a local TS, then my friend and I beaded it. Love this one too.

Greensuzq


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Cool they are so great to look at .I have done some.


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Bet they are beautiful at night! Thanks for showing! Jan


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Very nice!


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Those are pretty cool looking...I'll bet they give off a great looking light at night!


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LOVE 'EM!!


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Thank you all. I am in love with solar lights. I have a few more I will have to post. Oh shoot now I have to post my other one I love.

I have made many totems with the top piece is a vase and I put I light in them. But, I gave most of them away to friends. Yeah, my friends love me for the things I learned here. Check this old light fixture out.

I love her!

Suzq


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OMG just too cute!! TFS.


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Those are really nice. Got my thinker in high gear......I'm redoing my side yard in a fishing/sporting sorta theme. I'm imagining a fishing chandi and thinking how cool that would look. Gotta start searching for bits and pieces to make one!


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