this looks awesome!
is it flammable??
Nope...not when dry. But I would suggest using a high temperature spray-paint such as:http://www.woodlanddirect.com/Wood-Stove-and-Accessories/Wood-Stove-Paint-and-Polish/1200-deg-Silver-Stove-Paint-Spray-On?gdftrk=gdfV23673_a_7c1677_a_7c8224_a_7c2640022&gclid=CN3Er8b3o60CFQduhwodeUtAmQThanks for the comment!
i'm confused if you layed a doily over a light bulb and then spray painted it, wouldn't it look opposite of the above picture
Yes you are correct -- this DIY is merely a suggestion for painting light blubs. You can draw your own design with high temperature paints or use stencils and spray to achieve a similar pattern. Check the link to the picture above if you want the exact patterned light bulb.Thanks for the comment!
Hi -I am also confused. I don't see the link you are taling about. The only link I see is the one for the silver paint.thanks
The link is that tiny caption under the photo that says picture:1.
Thanks Brianne :)http://www.plumo.com/products/Arquette-lamps.html
Sorry guys, It looks like Plumo no longer carries the lights. :( bummer days.
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I guess I can use some MacTac, or any adhesive paper, to create the stencil, spray paint and the remove the adhesive paper!
Thanks for posting this. I think those look absolutely wonderful! I should definitely talk to my wife about getting those as patio accessories for our new deck!
Hi, How do you make the lightbulbs work though if they are hanging? would this is in place of an overhead light in a room?
I like this idea! I’d love to try this on our deck. I want to change our old lighting there. Does it also work on any types of light bulbs, like LED? Anyway, thank you for this idea. ->Allison Shallenberger
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great idea :)
I think those are actually lampshades. Cool idea, though.
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