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Old 12-24-2013, 07:30 AM   #1
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here is a lamp i am making, it is from a Sheila Landry pattern.
i made the lamp quite a bit bigger the the pattern due to the availability of the electrical components here in the uk. it is now about 8.5" square.
hope you like, but please give views good or bad.
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That came out great Dan. I bet it was fun to cut those itty-bitty stars.
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Very nice!

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Very nice lamp. I like it.
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Very nice. what did you use for the light diffusion?
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Very nicely done Dan. Thanks for sharing this one with us.

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Very nice, Dan. Beautiful effect with the light.
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Very nice. what did you use for the light diffusion?
its not a great pic as the light looks to bright. i used a sheet of 3mm orange plexi-glass that has solid colour to it, if that makes any sense. also only got a 15watt bulb in it. i tink its called opaque plexi-glass.
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glad you all like it. thankyou for the kind comments.
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