Love those beautiful flower chandeliers you see on Pinterest and Etsy, but don’t want to spend a ton of money? Look no further! Check out this DIY Flower Chandelier that will keep you and your wallet happy! This post is all about how to make a beautiful $25 flower chandelier on a budget in just six easy steps!
Who isn’t obsessed with those gorgeous chandeliers covered in flowers and greenery? I am so in love with flower chandeliers that I even made some for my wedding. It added an elegant finishing touch to my surrounding decor.
But how can you get THAT beautiful chandelier in your home or wedding?
Now, you can learn to make one!
I made this flower chandelier to match a baby announcement sign as a gift for a friend. It’s a beautiful addition to her little girl’s nursery and a perfect alternative for a baby mobile.
The best part about this DIY flower chandelier is that it costs about $25 to make without tax. Look at the price breakdown below.
Price Break Down:
|Faux Flower Bushes from Dollar Tree||$16|
|Floral Garden Metal Wreath Forms from Dollar Tree||$1|
|Green Foam Floral Ring from Dollar Tree||$1|
|Hanging Chain from Amazon||$3.07 for 1 ($12.29 for 4 as of 06/25/2020 12:41 PST- Details)|
|Rust-Oleum Warm Gold Spray Paint||$0.54 for 1 oz($5.98 for 11 oz as of 03/21/2020 16:14 PST- Details)|
|Acrylic Crystal Beads from Amazon||$0.45 for 6 ft ($14.98 for 200 ft as of 06/02/2020 14:32 PST- Details)|
|Hanging Acrylic Crystals From Amazon||$3.02 for 8 pieces ($9.75 for 26 pieces as of 06/02/2020 14:32 PST- Details)|
Although this is a simple DIY, it is tedious and time-consuming. But, the result is well worth all the effort.
This post is all about how to make an obsess-worthy DIY flower chandelier.
How to Make An Obsess-Worthy DIY Flower Chandelier
What You Will Need:
- 1 x Hanging Chain (Amazon)
- 1 x Spray Paint of your choice (Amazon)
- Acrylic Crystal Beads (Amazon)
- Hanging Acrylic Crystals (Amazon)
- Hot Glue Gun (Amazon)
- Scissors (Amazon)
- Wire Cutters (Amazon)
- 16 x Faux Flower Bushes Of Your Choice (Dollar Tree)
- 1 x Floral Garden Metal Wreath Forms (Dollar Tree)
- 1 x Green Foam Floral Ring (Dollar Tree)
Let’s Get Started!
Note: I spray-painted the green floral foam ring, metal wreath, and hanging chains before starting this DIY. 🙂
Step 1: Trim Flowers and Leaves
Trim the flowers and leaves from the bushes using wire cutters. Keep about 3-4 inches of the stem in place.
For the leaves, you want to fold the tip of the stem to prevent the leaves from falling.
Step 2: Glue Foam to Metal Ring
Take your spray-painted foam ring and metal wreath and hot glue the foam ring onto the metal ring.
Step 3: Decorate With Flowers and Leaves
Decide where you would like to place your flower or leaf, then poke a hole with the stem.
Fill the hole with hot glue and reinsert the stem. The hot glue secures the flower or leaf in place.
Repeat this step until the floral ring is fully covered.
This step is the most tedious and time-consuming, but remember, the results will all be worth it!
Step 4: Attach Hanging Chain
Connect the chain to the wire wreath by attaching the clasp-end onto every other straight wire.
Step 5: Make Hanging Crystals
Take your teardrop crystal and acrylic beads. Remove some beads off the end of the string and tie on the teardrop crystal.
Trim off the excess string and cut the hanging crystal to your desired length.
Repeat this step until you have made about 6-8 hanging crystals.
Step 6: Add Hanging Crystals to Chandelier
With the chandelier’s base facing you, remove some beads on the other end and tie them onto the flower chandelier.
Optional: You can hot glue the tied crystals onto the metal wire to keep them from moving.
That’s it! You’re all done with your Flower Chandelier!
This Post Is All About How To Make A DIY Flower Chandelier
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