Is your home lacking uniquity? Are you the creative sort? Try spicing up your lighting fixtures with some of these awesome ideas!
Mason jars can become a simple hanging light.
Bust out your decoupage skills and use plastic cups to make these colorful string lights.
Use bendy bamboo to create these pendant lamps.
Make an orb light using paper.
Here are two more ideas for paper lanterns, one with flowers and one with pom-poms.
Turn an empty wine bottle into an outdoor sconce.
Just don't drink the wine immediately before attempting this project, since you'll be working with an open flame.
Make this beautiful chandelier using wax paper.
Plastic spoons and a water jug can become a light with great texture.
A balloon, glue and some doilies make a unique orb lamp.
Paint doilies with glue, then arrange them however you want across an inflated balloon, making sure to leave a hole large enough for the lightbulb. When it's dry and hardened, pop the balloon with a pin and run hanging lamp hardware through the hole.
Use pieces of wood to make a cube light.
Or wire to make an orb lamp.
Paper petal lamps look like upside down flowers.
Cotton batting can make a cloud light.
Make sure to use lights that don't generate much heat. Flameless candles are recommended.
Turn Dixie cups into a light-up garland.
Cupcake papers can work too.
Make a lamp you already have more special with Sharpie.
Or customize it with vinyl stickers.
Get rid of all those extra bowler hats you have lying around with this project.
Punch painted cans and turn them into mini lights.
They're very inCANdescent.
Use straws to make a chandelier.
It looks great even without a lampshade.
Make a vaguely nautical woven rope lamp.
Use old books as a base.
Just think long and hard about all the knowledge and culture you may be destroying.