DIY Idea: Chandelier Made from Baby Food Jars and Reclaimed Wood

DIY Idea: Chandelier Made from Baby Food Jars and Reclaimed Wood

Amber Byfield
Mar 10, 2011

Baby jars and reclaimed wood never looked so good! Take a look at this DIY project made from reclaimed materials. With some twine, a light fixture base, reclaimed wood, and—you guessed it—baby food jars, one creative DIY'er pulled off a stunning chandelier.

Spotted over at Craftster, via Planet Green, we love this rustic yet chic DIY fixture.

Using the bases of two salvaged wooden crates, holes were drilled to accommodate one light per panel, as well as holes for jute string, which holds the baby food jars at varying lengths. This is one project that'd be pretty easy to recreate—what do you think?

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(Image: alphabits, via Craftster.)

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