i think they came in every track home in the 90’s, so it’s really not your fault.
my mom found one of these “lovelies” awhile back for a few bucks and had a vision for it – covered in shells.
first she spray painted the whole thing in whatever whitish spray paint i had.
oh, actually first she covered the electrical parts with paper and tape.
don’t spray those!
regular twine would work, too.
when the kids were asleep, we broke out the shells and sea glass she’d been collecting forever, the glue guns, and a big tarp.
we started with the big ball part at the bottom, just layering the biggest shells first, covering as much area as we could with them.
oh yeah – we did all this with hot glue, and burned ourselves way too many times!
now it’s your turn!
take down that ugly chandelier you’ve had hanging over your table (in your formal dining room that you never use) and give it and your whole room (or porch in our case) a new life!