Updating white ginger jar lamps chris brown natalie nunn dating
They're a lightweight hanging-fixture favorite." FABRIC: "So versatile!You can use this with any color or pattern, on almost any type of lamp.It took Michael about 25 minutes, start to finish to make it!I took my glass lamp that you see above, and asked the hubs if it would be easy to swap out the actual electrical portion of it, and he said it was just a matter of unscrewing a bolt and dismantling. FYI, if you don’t have a lamp that you want to take apart, don’t worry. I have a simple tutorial on how to make this beautiful ginger jar lamp that I’m going to share tonight! I’m not one to get involved in the political sphere, but I have to say that this year’s election is depressing and concerning beyond words, and casting a vote was a big struggle for me.I’m nervous about the future of our country, regardless of the outcome, while at the same time doing my best to rest in the fact that God is in control. So here are the jars in question: They just make me feel happy about stuff.
But regardless of whether or not you take one of your own lamps apart or buy a kit, you’ll have something like this in front of you. Begin by drilling a small hole through the lid of your ginger jar using your dremel with the diamond bit.
The thing is though, they remain two of my absolute favorite decor items in my living room, along with my over-sized black and white photos, to this day. First, visit your local thrift store and keep your eyes open for something with a great shape, but really tired and outdated colors and patterns. Separate your lid and your jar and place them on some newspaper or an old box or something outside.
These jars subtly set the tone of the room for me, along with those big black and white pictures in the background.
— and feels a bit like an interrogation room." GLASS: "In opaque white, glass offers a throwback, vintage look that's ideal for bathrooms and kitchens.
In fact, I made these white “ginger jars” about 5 years ago. If you think you’d like to make some white ginger jar type things of your own, here’s all your need to do!
See last photo ↓↓↓ Now begin drilling your last hole on the bottom, back side of your ginger jar using the same method as you did for the lid.