Mason jar wall sconce – Maybe you want to add some three-dimensional decor to your walls or are in desperate need of ambient light in your living room, but have a small child or no floor space for a floor lamp. A decorative sconce filled with flowers or a lighting sconce repurposed from a mason jar could be just the trick to add character and fill your home with the glow.
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Buy or credits an old plug style lighting sconce free at a thrift store or flea market. Look for a style with a “J” shaped wire supporting a small platform. A round platform is even better. Remove any light sconce covers have. Remove any unwanted framing or decorating but was careful not to remove any electrical wiring. Cut a hole in a Mason jar wall sconce lid large enough for the lid to slide over the light fixture without bulb screwed in. You may need to use a heavy razor.
Super glue a Mason jar wall sconce lid to the platform, with the top of the cover down. Be careful not to super glue the electrical parts. Let it dry. Screw a bulb with appropriate power for your sconce. Screw the Mason jar. Mount Redoubt using the original hardware. Place a cord cover (available at home stores like Ikea) to keep the cord flush with the wall, it’s very long.