How to: DIY Shade Pendant Lamps

By: Diy maven Jun 12, 2012

created at: 06/12/2012

Jen from Tatertots & Jello found the perfect pendant lamps for her kitchen, but at $140 a pop, they were out of the question. So, Jen came up with a fabulous alternative that only set her back $124, and that's for FOUR pendant lights. She started by picking up some $7 shades at Target, which she covered in a pretty print she found online. Conversion kits at Lowes for 20 bucks each helped her convert her recessed lights to pendants, sans the cost of a hiring an electrician. Visit this page on T & J to see Jen's complete project.

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So inspiring and beautiful blog you have here. Looking forward to follow and see your genius DIYs! Have a happy Day and joyfull weekend.
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So inspiring and beautiful blog you have here. Looking forward to follow and see your genius DIYs! Have a happy Day and joyfull weekend.

This is a great idea as DIY....definitely a money saver :) Where would you recommend buying affordable but nice design fabrics online and also ship to canada?

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