Lampshade Luminaries

klynnnn(z8 SC USA)January 1, 2013

Image by: Nigella
Nigella's Nightlights Lampshade Luminaries or "Nigella's Nightlights"

Garden Junk Member Nigella shares this quick and elegant garden junk craft:

The luminaries are made using glass lightshades from old ceiling fans sitting in brass or copper pots, or clay saucers - with a tealight providing the soft illumination (as seen in the picture).

Set them in the garden, along paths or wherever you need some extra light, or put out a few for your next night out (with citronella candles).

Special Note: The first time Nigella used her luminaries was on Halloween \- displayed around an old gas mask "scarecrow" for an eerie illumination. 
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