Star makes some ingenious creations which she sells in her etsy store.
As soon as I saw this I had to have one. I love keeping fish as they have a positive energy that adds a little bit of life to a room.
This bulb that once held light now holds a figure of natural wonder.
Item type: Home décor – Fish bulb
Material: made from Repurposed G40 light bulb
The stand to keep the fish bulb upright is a jar lid. One of the great things about this is that the bulb can be repositioned at different angles and changed whenever you want!
-Female betta/fighting fish (or a small male)
-Brine or ghost shrimp
-Small aquatic plants
-Instructions on how to transfer creatures from the pet store to the fishbulb
-Proper cleaning directions
-5.2 ounces of aquarium gravel
-White jar lid-Fishbulb
Best climate: Room temperature. Not too hot, not too cold.
Where: Rooms with filtered natural light. Avoid putting them in windowsills unless you're prepared to battle some algae!
Tips: Use a small funnel to get things like rocks and fish inside. (everyone in my house told me that I’d kill my fish because it would never fit though the funnel. I decided to ignore them and as I poured my fish through the funnel it was in its bulb quicker than they could even think ‘I told you so’.)
Price: This unique design will not hurt your wallet! Medium bulb = $16 USD, Large = $20 USD (plus shipping depending on location)
Etsy Store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/StarRedesigns
Also check out Star’s blog http://stardaly.com/. Seriously cool girl.
Review by Emma Lucey from Spin Dizzy Fall