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This vibrant take on pendant lighting is sure to make guests slow down and take notice. Featuring a pylon cone, it's an easy project you can make in half an hour.
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Set the cone on a table and draw a line around the base of the cone with a pen.
Using the line as a guide, carefully cut the base from the cone with a utility knife.
Chances are the cut is not perfect. Set the cone back on the table and draw another line around the bottom.
Clamp a 2-in x 4-in or other piece of wood to a flat surface with about 8-in on one end overhanging the edge. Slide the cone onto the end and flatten the lower portion of the cone against it. Rotate the cone around the wood, making a fresh cut along the line you drew in Step 3.
Attach the cone to the pendant light fixture by unscrewing the ring from the lightbulb socket, sliding the top of the cone on, then screwing the ring back on to secure it in place.
It's important to use a compact fluorescent bulb with this pendant; an incandescent bulb could melt the cone.