‘Pudding Lamp' is Made From 70 Containers of Fruchtzwerge

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 16, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: & blog.2modern
This Pudding Lamp is the creation of Craftster user Kianee, who used 70 empty containers of German Fruchtzwerge yogurt for this DIY hanging light. The Fruchtzwerge packages are connected with metal rings and attached to a lampshade.

According to Kianee, the hardest part of making her Pudding Lamp was eating all of the sugary yogurt to amass her empty containers. For some other sweet recycled lighting, check out the related articles below.

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