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Divert your plastic cutlery into a baroque style lampshade

Divert your plastic cutlery into a baroque style lampshade



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Plastic cutlery is diverted from its primary function to end up in a lampshade. Simple to make: just pierce the end of the cover and hang it on the frame of the lampshade. The result is obvious! The transparency of the cutlery nicely filters the light and diffuses it gently in the room. Level : Way Completion time : 1 hour Indicative cost = 25 euros Necessary material : 1 lamp base recovered 1 lampshade carcass 1 set of plastic cutlery 1 spray can of pink paint 1 spool of wire Steps : - Bomb the lamp base and the plum shade structure. - During drying, drill a hole at the end of each cover. - Cut pieces of wire. - Pass them through the cutlery holes. - Attach the cutlery with the wire on the lampshade structure. - Cut off the excess wire. - You just have to screw the bulb. The most decorative : The fantasy of this lamp also rests on the use of a baroque style motif while keeping a unity of color.