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Lamp, Cups, Shade, staples,
Your in for thumb pain and cramping like never before. But this is well worth it. It's one of the coolest home accessories I have ever made. I have seen Many different versions of this online, as you may google it and find it's a popular project, I urge you to try it for yourself!

Posted by allie a. from Los Angeles, California, United States • Published See allie a.'s 15 projects »
  • How to make a hanging light. Plastic Cup Hanging Lamp - Step 1
    Step 1

    Start with two cups, staple them side by side. Keep that up. Add another cup staple side by side.. After a while it should form a round shape. You can be as neat or as messy with it as you want, it adds a personal touch to it.

  • Step 2

    Next, attach the lamp to it, This part is tricky, we had to figure out what to do with the lamp piece . hang it from a wire and onto your ceiling! :D

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allie a.
allie a. · Los Angeles, California, US · 15 projects
was it? .. I found it on another blog some time ago. I couldn't remember the blog to credit it, but I did post that this wasn't my idea.. Happy
kookiegurl97 · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 5 projects
Hey,this was on ThreadBanger!
allie a.
allie a. · Los Angeles, California, US · 15 projects
I made this lamp a few months ago and it hasn't showed any signs of melting. I cut a large cardboard square to place between the lamp and that part that it attaches to for hanging. It seems to absorb the heat enough that we haven't had any issues.
Emily L.
Emily L. · Christchurch, Canterbury, NZ
Hey Happy This looks so great, is there any issue of the cups melting or anything?
Mickie · Grand Junction, Colorado, US · 43 projects
hey sparkleball. look my up. I made my for christmas. I can google sparkeball you get how too and all kinds.
outlandish m.
outlandish m.
heyy you had done a youtube video too right??...can you please post the link...

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