8/17/10

I got an idea

An idea, which could be dangerous, especially when electricity is involved. However, with some care I think we can pull it off.
Right after I posted about making the metal rose I happened over to The New Victorian Ruralist One of those blogs where the best of the web/ blogs and are posted each day to drool over. I could spend all day looking through the older posts (actually, I have). This is what I saw,  a few samples of Terrain's rustic light fixtures.


After seeing those I ran and grabbed my rose, held it upside and thought, yep, I like it. I like it a lot. 
We are going to make two for the back porch. The hard part is going to be finding two matching rusty light cages. I would like them to be in the center of the flower. 

Letting my little light shine :0)

9 comments:

Anne Marie said...

those are killer!!

trash talk said...

Send an e-mail to Margo at Robo-Lady. You can get there from my side bar. She did have some cages at Winnie and Tulula's...cheap, cheap, cheap!
Love the idea...make more to sell!
Debbie

red.neck chic said...

LOLOL

"this little light of mine... i'm gonna let it shine..."

Oh my gosh - you light up my life!!!

Uhmmm... over at my house all the lights are on but nobody's home...

;-D I'm so IN TO the swirly gig light!!! I can't wait to see yours!!!

;-D robelyn

Queenplinker said...

Thanks Debbie! I'm going to rummage through the barn and see if I have two that match. I'll still e-mail her, I'm thinking I could make a few extras ;0)

LOL, Robelyn

Poppies and Sunshine said...

These are all such great ideas! I love it!

Jaime Haney aka ArtsyFartsy.Me said...

can't wait to see the pics. thanks for the heads up on a blog I haven't heard of but it sounds great. (like I need to spend more time in front of the computer drooling, ha ha)

Tara Dillard said...

Made a light from ancient wire hanging basket. Hung from an oak tree over a small table/2 chairs for the garden conservatory we built for the Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival this spring.

Alas, could not photograph it. It 'dissappears' in pics.

Loved the look &&&& the price.

Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

Jessika said...

Love the look of those. I've been trying to figure out what to do for lighting in the farmstore, thanks for some more ideas!

Less is More said...

Hi good day ! nice post you have . It's very nice , I have plan to setting up my garden can you give me an idea or steps on how to make it beautiful. i have heard some garden accessories such as garden spinners , wind chimes , wind spinners and many more . I want to try this things in my garden but i don't know how to get the right accessories . I hope you can help me . thank you .