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Moon and starry glow! Here comes a brilliant DIY idea for the nursery: the DIY round wall lamp with crescent moon in a bright concrete look brings a little piece of starry sky into the nursery with fantastic light effects. It creates a relaxing atmosphere in the evening to help the little ones fall asleep – sweet dreams included! Our tutorial will show you how to craft this chic wall lamp.
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How to craft the wall lamp with moon and starry sky:
Draw a large circle on the plywood.
Cut out the circle from the board using the jigsaw.
Now place the cut-out circle onto the backing paper of the Sanremo light oak adhesive foil and trace the outline onto it in pencil.
Now transfer the circle onto the back of the Concrete white adhesive foil. Using the compass, draw a second smaller circle on the backing paper to make a crescent moon.
Trim both pieces of adhesive foil to size.
Now peel off the backing paper from the circle of wood-look adhesive foil, position the foil on the wooden board and smooth it down firmly. Then apply the half-moon adhesive foil in the same way.
Next, you can drill as many different-sized holes as you wish in the part of the lamp board without the crescent moon.
To later hang the lamp at a slight distance from the wall, now glue the two wooden beads onto the back of the plate as spacers using wood glue.
Once the glue has dried, you can attach the fairly lights on the back. For a beautiful glow, it is best to position the fairly lights in a spiral arrangement and fasten well with strips of adhesive tape.