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Boise, ID. 83714


Welcome to Alloway Electric

Boise's premier electrical contractor, Alloway Electric, responds with licensed electricians in fully equipped vans to handle your residential repairs, remodels, new construction, installations, and maintenance contracts.

Servicing the Treasure Valley since 1924, we are proud of our heritage.  Our customers know they come first and can count on Alloway Electric to take care of their problems.  With Alloway Electric, your problem is no problem - call the people you trust!


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DIY Lamp Shade: Candy Corn

Clare Vaterlaus

This week's DIY Lamp find comes from JADERBOMB.COM. Even though Idaho has had their first snow fall of the year, we can't forget about Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the good things in our lives while surrounding a feast with family. This adorable lace lamp is easy to make and will top off your holiday decorations!

Check out JarderBomb's website HERE for directions!

DIY Lamp: A Taste of Fall

Clare Vaterlaus

Today's DIY Lamp Shade was found on the blog My 1929 Charmer. This is a great decoration to bring the feeling of Fall into your home. The nice thing about this DIY Lamp Shade is that you can take it down when the season is over. It is a simple cover up. All you need to do is take a trip to the local dollar store and buy some burlap and a few fall decorations and let your creative side roll. Feel free to read more on "how to" make this shade on the blog My 1929 Charmer.

DIY Lamp: Twigs for Fall

Clare Vaterlaus

Fall is on its way and the crisp air will soon be upon us. It is the season for pumpkin flavored food to be in abundance,  college football occupies most our time, and our houses are decorated in Fall decor. This is a fitting lamp for the season, and brings the feeling of Fall right into your home. For this project you will need a lampshade, lots of sticks, scissors, and a hot glue gun. To find the rest of the DIY directions check out The Shabby Creek Cottage blog here.

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