Making Moroccan Lamps with Flasks

Aug 9th

Moroccan lamps, like many other elements inspired by African, Asian and Middle Eastern cultures arrivals to the West, are full of color, brightness, and unmatched beauty. Moroccan lamps, meanwhile, are highly decorative elements that allow acclimate any event or home corner. Today we bring you an economical and practical to achieve your own lamps or Moroccan lanterns, creating them to your taste and few steps alternative.

Silver moroccan lamps
Silver moroccan lamps

To make these lamps inspired by the culture of Morocco, we will use glass jars, preferably colorless, but you can either use bottles of different bright colors.  Wash the bottle with soap and water and then dry well to prevent the glass show stains. Then, go to the outside of the vial with an alcohol swab to remove any remaining cleaner or fats. Then you will need wires to create the handles.

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Now is the turn of the decor. If you used colorless bottles and want to give tones, using stained glass paint, sliding it inside the bottle. Finally, we will give this Moroccan lamps fundamental twist: the gold. Use dimensional paint, or paste false stained glass, gold. Create arcs, waves, and small dots like drops of gold in glass, above and below. Let dry at least one day.