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Topic: Lightbulb decoupaged with ikea lamps  (Read 3234 times)
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« on: June 01, 2009 05:25:27 PM »

Sorry, all the photos are linked, this is my first try at this.
I was changing a lightbulb and had a lightbulb moment.

I used decoupage (modge podge) to cover the bulb. All of the lamps are from the most recent IKEA catalog.
A few more angles:



And then, I decided that I needed to know how strong the decoupage made the lightbulb.
So I smashed it:

Not as strong as I hoped but a lot more than the plain bulb.
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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2009 08:20:06 PM »

so this is just for decorations right? cause if you plugged it in it would likely start on fire.  But I do love that you smashed it at the end.  I think if you used more layers of paper, it would hold up better!
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