As you probably saw on my earlier post for my DIY Mason Jar Chandelier, I needed a light that had the same feel for over my kitchen sink. You could also do this with a mason jar, metal colander, even a wire basket; the possibilities are endless!!
What you'll need:
Item for your pendant shade, I used the metal lid from an old milk can.
Like I said, you could use a mason jar, colander, anything you can cut/drill a hole into.
I got mine at Lowe's for about $20.
You could also wire this from scratch using 18-2 lamping wire (or a lamp kit which can be found at any hardware store), a keyless socket (get which size you want for the type of bulb you want to use & make sure it is an exposed socket where you can see the threading around it, not smooth), wire nuts, canopy, & mounting bracket. You can follow my steps on the wiring in my Mason Jar Chandelier how-to.
Socket ring (if you didn't get a kit. This is what will hold your item.)
I used a vintage bulb that I got at Home Depot for about $9.