Today I am going to share how my fermented mind works. The pedestal to the right is actually a marriage of light fixture parts.
Above is a light fixture similar to the one I used for the top of the stand. I bought it at the PCC fleamarket for the crystal chains it boasted. There were not enough to repair the fixture, so I removed them and washed them and put them away for a future projects. I almost threw away the base, but as I looked at it, hating to waste anything, I realized that by removing the 'light' parts, I would have a flat plate with a rim. The figural base to the left, was once part of a table lamp, but its been in my basement metal heap for years.
After gluing them together with E6000 and letting it sit over night. I spray painted it white. I found this great graphic on Graphics Fairy, as I am sure you already knew, and decoupaged it in place. I then added crystals around the edge. I thought it would be great for my summer fairy party. Then I realized it did match with any of my regular decor, and not wanting to store it away until my event...
I texted the measurements to my glass guy Jeff, (whom I practically have on a retainer), and asked him to cut a mirror.
He stopped by the shop, today, to drop it off, and I just set it into the top of the pedestal stand. I love how it looks. I will not attach it, but use the mirror in place until I need the fairy stand.