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  1. This is a great DIY Julia! I’m so impressed – it looks stunning and really professional ๐Ÿ™‚ xx

    Anna (My Design Ethos)

  2. Annie Jones says:

    Love, love, love you blog! I can’t wait to see what you post next!

  3. I love your chandelier in your bedroom. Did you get them at Lowes? I’m also obsessed with crystals and blings. I’m thinking of replacing our ceiling fan in our master bedroom with chandelier, but I’m still looking for a cheaper one.

    1. Thanks for reading my blog.
      I bought the chandelier 13 years ago at a local lighting store. My friend just bought 2 similar chandeliers at Overstock. Maybe you can find one there.

  4. This blog is very valuable. I’m so impressed to see your blog information. It looks stunning and really professional ๐Ÿ™‚ How to make crystal shades for a vanity light. luxury crystal lighting

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  5. Yay! Finally found a DIY on crystal vanity lighting! Thank you. Looking to do it on the cheap and you delivered. So pretty!

  6. Anonymous says:

    hey! I’m wanting to do this however.. ornaments aren’t really in season right now. do you have any other ideas on what I should use? would a crystal garland work? thanks! I don’t know how this works so you could email me? [email protected]

  7. Anonymous says:

    Also put molding around the mirror, painted white would look like custom

  8. Anonymous says:

    I also wanted to bling up my vanity light and that is how I came across your blog. You have taken all of the work out of this project for me and I am so grateful to you. It was very clever of you to find the spout covers, I have already purchased mine and they are genius. Many Thanks.

  9. These are gorgeous and I can’t wait til I can make one!

  10. I am not certain on exactly what the fixture looked like before you added the crystal drops and I am unsure exactly still how you did it. Sorry! I am in a fix I love crystal too I have a horrible chrome hollywood light fixture that I am trying to figure out how to “redo” into something I can “live with”! I was trying to think of some sort of little lamp shades maybe with crystals hanging off but they would have to fit around the light bulb since those lights come out off the wall. Any ideas or suggestions on the one you did would be helpful. Thanks

    1. The bathroom fixture was just one of the standard fixtures you could pick at any home improvement store.You could buy the little shades that snap onto light bulbs and are made for chandeliers and hang the crystals from them. That’s the only thing I could think of.

  11. Kim Fuller says:

    Hi Julia,
    I love all of your crystal confections. Your use of the plumbing cover is inspirational for several projects for me. I wanted to know, since you have so many crystal fixtures, if you have a quick cleaning tip? Everything I have found shows dusting with a dry paintbrush or using glass cleaner on a cloth and go around every crystal. Ugh!
    Thanks,
    Kim

    1. Thanks so much Kim. My mom actually brought me a spray from Germany that you soak the chandelier with and let the dirt drip of onto a towel. It works pretty great.

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