fredag 13. januar 2012

Reprise DIY: Lyslykt av gamle blondebrikker


 Jeg oppdaget plutselig at jeg hadde fått endel spørsmål om hvordan jeg laget blondelykten min.
-Så her kommer en mer detaljert forklaring:

Jeg har brukt:
Gamle blondebrikker/heklebrikker
ballong
tapetlim


 Det er litt sølete å holde på med, så det er lurt å bruke et underlag.

Først dyppet jeg blondebrikkene i limet, slik at de ble gjennomtrukket av lim, og klistret de til ballongen. 
Her har jeg brukt fem blonder. Fire rundt og en under.
Jeg lot de overlappe litt, men tror kanskje ikke det er nødvendig. Det blir nok penere uten, ihvertfall.

Så knyttet jeg en snor til ballongen, og hang den opp til tørk.
Blondene jeg brukte var ganske kraftige, så de trenge omtrent et døgn på å tørke.

Da de var tørre stakk jeg hull på ballongen, og vips:



I discovered that I had received quite a few questions about my lace candleholder, and here is a more detailed description of how you make it.

You need:
Old crochet doilies
A balloon
Wallpaper glue


Soke the doilies in the glue, and stick them on the balloon. 
I used five doilies.
Let the doilies overlap a little bit.

Hang the balloon to dry.
My doilies are quite thick, and needed at least a day to dry.

When its dry you prick the balloon, and voila - you have a beautiful candleholder:)

49 kommentarer:

  1. Stilig!!!

    God helg til deg :)

    Klem Anita

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  2. Wow, hvor er den bare fin! Det må jeg bestemt prøve også!

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  3. Åh så fint! Det her skal jeg prøve meg på, men eier ingen blonder... hmmm!

    Ønsker deg en fabelaktig helg!
    fredag 13. i dag og jeg har ikke vært ute av huset en gang. Feberfri, men tett som få og skulle ønske jeg hørte i stereo, men formen er stigende og jeg har trua *Smiler*
    klemklem

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  4. Utrolig søte og så finmed lys i da :))
    Tror det må bli bruktbutikk eller Fretex på leit etter heklede små brikker :))

    Ha en fortsatt fin fredag
    klem Heidi

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  5. Den er rigtig sød og jeg tror at jeg i sin tid lod mig inspirere af dig da jeg lavede den første lampe, nu har jeg lavet nogle stykker, hvis det har interesse så er den lige her:http://fantast-fabrikken.blogspot.com/2011/11/blondekuglelampe.html

    Rigtig god weekend
    Eva

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  6. den var fantastisk fin :) så flink du er!!
    noterer meg bak øret at dette er noe jeg må prøve på!!
    har ikke vært her hos deg før, men skal ta meg en skikkelig kikkerunde nå og kommer nok tilbake.

    God lørdag!

    Klem fra Anette

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  7. Så fin blogg du har. Jeg legger meg til :)

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  8. Utrolig fine:) Tusen takk for at du deler,må prøve å lage sånne:)
    Håper du har en fin start på den nye uken..
    Klem fra meg

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  9. WOW! Lampion ist sehr Toll! Ich habe gefragt: welche Serviette muss ich Einkaufen? Konnen sein Papierservetten? Wie dick? Ich werde Ihre heiße Idee empfehlen! Viele Grusse, niteczkowyczar.

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  10. It's beautiful, thank you for translating this to English!!!

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  11. Great idea! Thanks for translating into English =). Hopefully I can try this out in the near future.

    The Chapstick Wrangler

    www.chapstickwrangler.blogspot.com

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  12. Hello,

    thats so lovely ein Like it very very match.
    Thank you

    Conny

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  13. I found your project via Pinterest. Thank you for sharing how you made your beautiful candle holder in English; I am looking forward to trying this out.

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  14. Hola, encontre su foto en pinturest y es hermosa! jamas se me hubiera ocurrido! gran idea! saludos , Rose M

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  15. MUITO LINDO PARABENS
    WWW.RARTES.COM.BR

    R.ARTES

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  16. Hi,

    absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for this :) Do you think this would work with paper doilies?

    xx

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    1. Hi, Thank you:) I`m sorry, I dont know if it would work..never tryed it.

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  17. Love this! Thanks for the English instructions!

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  18. THe lace votive is so pretty, thanks for the english tutorial! I wonder if it would work with modge podge as well?

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  19. complimenti è molto molto bello!!!!
    magiedicucito
    Lucia

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  20. your blog is WONDERFUL! I stumbled upon it by chance. I really enjoy reading it- although I have to get google to translate it into english :)

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  21. That is beautiful - thank you for sharing your wonderful idea! :-) I think if you don't have any wallpaper glue, you could also use heavy starch instead (maybe someone already said this in Norwegian).

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  22. Oh, that´s great! Congratulations and thank you for share with us!

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  23. What a beautiful idea! Thank you for sharing this with us. Brilliant and beautiful and simple....love it!

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  24. It's a great for a gift! thank you for posting it in english as well!

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  25. OMG! it's so pretty! I would be wonderful to use as a centerpiece...I love your blog!
    http://rememberseptember2.blogspot.com/

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  26. Can you tell me what size the doilies are that you used??

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  27. Hi! What country do you come from? My quess is Denmark because I can understand a lot of words. I am Dutch and our languages look alike a lot. For example: plutselig is plotseling in Dutch. Isn't that funny? When I see a Danish movie I can partly understand it too :)

    Anyway, I really love your candleholder! I am going to make one right now because the glue is ready!

    Groetjes, Jacqueline

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    1. Hi! I`m from Norway:) The norwegian language i very simular to danish.Funny that you can understand some of the words:)

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  28. Thank you so much for sharing this with us! I really love what you do and am about to make some for my mom for Xmas! I'm sure she's going to love it! : )
    Just one quick question: where do you find your dollies? Do you buy them or do you make them yourself?

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    1. Thank you:) I buy my doilies at fleemarkets. I`m not patient enough to make them myself;)

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  29. Hello!!!! I just made 6 of these and if they dry right (fingers crossed!), I'm giving them as Christmas gifts this year!!! Thank you for sharing!!!!!!!

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  30. Did you have to add water or anything to the paste?
    Did you put anything on the balloon before you pasted the doily?

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  31. This looks beatuiful. I'm going to try this for sure.
    Thanks for the great ideas.

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  32. Oi! Så gøyal!Kom du på det helt selv? Hva slags lim bruker du? Skrev om DIY på bloggen min før i dag, men skjønner jeg må ha en oppfølgingspost etterhvert! ;-)

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  33. quelle ravissante idée
    j'aime beaucoup
    rose

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  34. HI thanks so much for sharing your beautiful ideas with us. So grateful for the translation too. I can't wait to make it :-) xxx

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  35. very beautiful, and inspiring too.
    thank you ...

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  36. Looks lovely. One question, when u prick the balloon does it come out easily. Doesn't it get stuck on parts where the dolly is glued to,it? How does it work?

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  37. is there a type of flame resistant fixant u can spray on it so it doesn't somehow go up in flames. just as a precaution? have u had any problems with them catching on fire? or is the glue enough fire resistance?

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  38. this is so cute!
    xo,
    www.misspaulinevintage.jimdo.com

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  39. Me encanta, un detalle muy elegante.

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