DIY Cupcake Liner Light
One more project crossed off from the to do list. The light we used to have was a wire birdcage which we got from the weekend market at Chatuchak. It was too small to be a light, so it just looks like it’s dangling in midair.
When I found this tutorial on Design Sponge, I knew it was faith because I happened to have a dusty paper lantern waiting for a makeover… and a stack of mini cupcake liners in stock … plus a kid on school break with nothing to do.
I did not follow the instructions , step-by-step. The main point here is to cover the whole light with cupcake liners. Here’s how we did it :
First, I glued a cupcake liner “equator” around the paper globe and work the liners up one half of the globe. We use ordinary white glue. Just dip the liner’s bottom into the glue, swipe off excess, smack it on the paper lantern. When it is dried , turn it over and do the same with the other half.
That’s about it, there is no step 2. I think I used about 800 (? ) liners (!!!). Eyeball estimate, I’m sorry I did not count.
Here’s how it looks when the light’s turned on.
Wow it’s stunning! Ok now it on my list too
It’s lovely! We’re using a paper lampshade as a temporary measure, and I will attack it as soon as Mr M lets me.
Ok, now THAT’S clever! kudos
Thank you all ! Love getting all your comments !
That’s pretty cool… I love it!
Thank you! ^v^