Playing with the lamps


Bracket Lamp

Here’s how:
Make a hole in the shelf support bracket and hang it on the wall.
Pass the cord through the hole,
twist it around the bracket and let it hang down along the wall.
Fit the socket and plug the end.

We have used:
Bracket from Ikea, cord, socket and light bulb from Lysarmaturlageret.

Cord lamp

Here’s how:
Blow up a balloon to the desired size.
Hang the balloon up in a place where you can work and where it can hang about a day.
Come school glue into a bowl and mix a little water in.
Now pull the string through the glue mixture (about 1 m at a time) and put it around the balloon in the desired amount and the desired pattern.
Remember to make room for a socket and bulb.
When the glue is dry, you need to puncture the balloon, and your new lampshade is finished.
Insert the socket and light bulb and hang light up.

We have used:
Ballon, white cotton yarn, a bowl, glue (Skolelim – from Panduro Hobby) cord socket and light bulb from Lysarmaturlageret.

Lamp in raw thread

Here’s how:
Buy a cheap monitor, or find one at the flea market.
Remove the fabric and Spray frame black.
Wrap the common wire from top to bottom with approx. 2 cm apart.
Mount a white cord, a white porcelain socket and a hvidmatteret, large bulb.

We have used:
Cord, socket and light bulb from Lysarmaturlageret.

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