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Round wall lamp with applied half moon in concrete gray and light effects.

Idea for kids’ room: Night light with moon ensures sweet dreams!

Project from Alex -

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.  

You will need…

  • d-c-fix® Sanremo light oak 
  • d-c-fix® Concrete white 
  • d-c-fix® tool kit with utility knife & scraper 
  • Scissors 
  • Pencil 
  • Plywood board 
  • Compass

  • Dremel and various wood drill bits 
  • Jigsaw 
  • Two elongated wooden beads 
  • Wood glue 
  • Fairy lights with batteries 
  • Adhesive tape 

Let’s go!

How to craft the wall lamp with moon and starry sky:

Step 1

Draw a large circle on the plywood. 

Step 2

Cut out the circle from the board using the jigsaw. 

Step 3

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.  

Step 4

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. 

Step 5

Trim both pieces of adhesive foil to size. 

Step 6

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. 

Step 7

Next, you can drill as many different-sized holes as you wish in the part of the lamp board without the crescent moon. 

Step 8

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. 

Step 9

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. 

You’re done!

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