This framed, glass chandelier has a future ahead of her. She'll eventually hang at a few upcoming parties with no wall behind her, but for photo taking purposes, I plucked down a canvas painting and hung it against the wall. This was really easy to put together, and I think it's going to make a real splash at the parties it will be attending in the (near?!?!?) future. ;O) I saw an idea like this at Third Monday. This one shop has an old window with a colored vinyl picture like this hanging in the window...and I got to thinking... I hunted down a vinyle chandelier at Hobby Lobby (they are also all over the net). I got mine for half off ($10). It also came with rhinestones, and can be plopped onto a wall if the frame isn't doing it for you.
I then found a frame at the Thrift Store for $5....I'm sure I could have found one cheaper at a garage sale, but I'm kind of into this molding. I sprayed it with a 99 cent can of glossy spraypaint from the store.
I applied the vinyl, and now...I need to start gathering the rest of these supplies for the festivities.
I have a week of Mother's Day post going on, so I'm interrupting so I can enter this in a vinyl project in a round up at the Iron Crafter
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