Come Back often

Have you checked out all my blogs?

Dollhouse Minis:

18” Dolls:

General Crafts:

Joanne's Kitchen:

Also if for some reason I can't post I will try to give a head's up on the Facebook page so check there too.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Doll Size Light Fixture

I was shopping at Joann Fabrics today and happened to go down the aisle where they were selling the back to school stuff. My eyes were drawn to one item in particular this cute little light fixture that is supposed to go into a school locker! It is super cute and designed to look like a real chandelier like you might find hanging over a dining room table. Since it is supposed to be for a teen's locker it runs on batteries and this one has a motion sensor.

The original price is marked at $24.99 which in my opinion is a bit on the high side but all the back to school stuff is on 50% off right now and I had a coupon for another 20% off my entire purchase including sale items! Yeah!!!!

I am always on the lookout for items I can use with the dolls especially items that would be hard to make myself. I think this little chandelier is going to be perfect for use with the story posts on this blog. So keep your eyes open for it to show up in a future “Allison's Journal” post. I guess I had better be figuring out a dining room table and chairs sooner than I thought. LOL

The fixture is powered by 3 AAA batteries in a compartment in the part that hangs from the ceiling. It also has magnets to hang it in a locker, I think I will be using those to hang it for the dolls too.

I do want to thank my youngest son (Erik) for helping me with the pictures today. I just could not get them to look good but he is a much better photographer than I am and he took these with not problems. 

as it comes from the box

with the lights on

1 comment:

  1. Very nice. They also have them at other stores like Ross.For about half the price. I thought I was "cool" back in the days I went to school because I had carpet samples to cover the floor of my locker. I was able to get them for free and would sell them to other students for 50 cents.