Category Archive: lighting

Jan 26

How to make a DIY Paper Cut Lamp

I love the the work of dutch light designer Tord Boontje I already have tried before to mimic the fantastic textile- laser cut lamps that were so popular a few years ago. Recently I found this tutorial – which is inspired by his work. I must admit, only like the idea – the concept I …

Continue reading »

Jan 05

How to Make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch part 2 DIY tutorial

You can make a whole bunch of different shapes of the  IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch Using a different number of element or arrangement in different combinations Here are a few more tutorials on how to assemble them Here are a few different shapes In the following links you can find lots and lots …

Continue reading »

Jan 04

How to Make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch DIY tutorial

You can make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch. I have liked these lamp shades forever – It seem really ingenious You look at it and know it is a bunch of elements with a trick, all the same shape and size all you need is the design of a single element and …

Continue reading »

Jul 02

How to make a lamp from recycled magazines tutorial

I love making great things with simple and cheap materials I even like it better when we make them while recycling the combination of lamps, recycling and paper is the best especially when the result is so handsome great tutorial real easy to make, even with kids could be a great creative summer activity be …

Continue reading »

Apr 04

DIY Floral Chandelier/Pendent! ♦♦♦ {Super Cute & Inexpensive}

This tutorial is one that surprised me . When I first saw the outcome – the finished lantern I couldn't figure out how and what it was made of – I was so surprised to find out it was made on a base of te simplest paper lantern – here she chose white, obviously you …

Continue reading »

Mar 04

Beautiful cut out paper lantern tutorial

Great step -by-step tutorail  showing how to make beautiful lantern with cutout decorations this is a really fun project – and you could explore it with various sheets of paper –  I would try replace  the insert- the one with the cutouts with magazine and the white sheets – at least the inside one with …

Continue reading »