After seeing some "jelly mould" lights for sale in a shop I decided to make some, when I say "I" what I really mean is "my nephew who is an electrician" made them for me!!
He gave me a list for a few bits and pieces that we'd need and popped round one afternoon last week to make and wire them up for us and after a bit of "drilling and wiring" an hour or two later they were up.
They're lovely and bright and we probably could have just had one on each side but as I have a large collection of moulds I thought we'd go for two.
These are some of my moulds that I usually have dotted about the kitchen, now it's darker it's time to draw the curtains and light some candles so I thought use some of the glass moulds,
I got these battery operated tea lights from Poundland ( 4 lights for a pound) much safer than lit candles with 3 dogs mooching about the room
and they look good turned upside down with the lights underneath
and they give off a nice warm glow.
I saw some knickerbocker glory glasses filled with vanilla scented candles today I might have to have one or two for the kitchen windowsill....upcycling at it's very best!