Hello My Pretties!

Let me introduce you to my little friends from Anthropolgie, Flicker and Flutter... 
They don't know it, but hey are the newest addition to my lighting lust list.
Hmmmmm..... One little problem. They are $2,200.

Wonder how long it would take to try to make one of these babies?  I have seen quite a few great DIY Capiz Chandlier How Tos out there.  And I think there are alot of other materials that could be used besides capiz shells to add some sparkle.  I'm thinking about my seaglass collection.  Gonna need to enlist MacGyver for this one.
Add it to my Winter Project List.

7 comments:

Fran said...

Wow! Stunning....yeah, I'd definitely need MacGyver for that DIY!

La Maison Fou said...

That could be a great DIY project, probably lots of ways to compromise and find a type of ring at the hardware store or an estate sale.
Look for the same shape, and happy stringing.
L.

Elizabeth Sullivan said...

Hey girl - Made Goods has a similar chandelier to this - still expensive, but $500 less.. here is the link :
http://www.shopcandelabra.com/made-goods-henry-chandelier.html

-elizabeth (www.modern24seven.blogspot.com)

Elizabeth Sullivan said...

Here is the link to the butterfly shapes one..

http://www.shopcandelabra.com/made-goods-gemma-chandelier.html

Bromeliad said...

Do it do it. It's got to be easier than a capiz shade.

Danika Herrick said...

Thanks ladies! I'm on this one.

Rebecca Grace said...

These are beautiful! But I have a feeling this is one of those projects that looks so easy at the beginning, and 200 hours later you're cursing yourself and howling like a madwoman in a tangled mass of wire and shells... Or maybe that's just me! :-)

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