Going Gaga

Holly decided to make her own version of a particular 1960s chandelier, because the original was made from glass and brass and could not possibly be supported by her apartment’s crumbling plaster ceilings.  And it also cost almost $2,000. Who can afford such a thing?  Pop stars maybe?  Good thing Holly’s got a creative head on her shoulders, because she whipped one up in no time with a few supplies and has a totally mod and fun lamp to show for it.  And I have a feeling Lady Gaga would love it.
See the how-to on her blog Adventures of an Almost 40-year-old Intern.

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  1. Are you kidding me?! That is awesome!

  2. What an imagination!! Impressed!

  3. That is mind-blowing. I can hardly believe how impressive this after project is, all I can say is, WOW!!!
    I have only been a follower for a short time, but I am totally devoted to your incredible blog. Big fan, Connie . . . My blog does not compare to the coolest of yours, but please come and visit, my welcome mat is always out.

  4. Lindsey- Thanks for sharing my mod bubble pendant! You made my day! xo

  5. It turned out beautiful!
    TFS, the idea ofusing plastic canvas for lamp shades never occurred to me.

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