DIY Flower Chandelier – Easy Shabby Chic Room & Apartment Project Craft Ideas


  1. Trim the flower before putting them into a bucket of clean water. Let them open up overnight (or if you want them fully bloomed, wait 2 days) and pluck away any outer petals that might have bruised in transit.
  2. Cut 2 3 yard lengths of ribbon. Fold them in half and thread them through the D ring, creating a small loop at the end. Pull the ends of the ribbon through the loop and pull tightly. You should have 4 even strands of ribbon, anchored by the D ring.
  3. Measure approximately 18 inches down from the base of the ring. Mark with a marker. Take the embroidery hoop and remove the outer ring. Divide the circumference of the hoop into 4 equal parks with a marker. Line the marking on the ribbon with the top of the embroidery hoop. Use hot glue to attach to the inside of the hoop.
  4. Mark the shape of a “V” with the hot glue and wrap the ribbon around the hoop to secure it. Repeat on all 4 sides.
  5. Trim the flowers and tie them to ends of the 4 strands of ribbon.
  6. Then using different lengths of ribbons. start adding flowers to rest of the hoop. Glue the ribbons onto the hoop the same way you did the first 4 strands and be sure to evenly distribute the weight of the flowers in each quadrant, hanging the chandelier from a hook in the ceiling while working could help.
  7. Take a piece of lace trim and glue it to the outside of the hoop.

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