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Making a Christmas Wreath Chandelier

If I'm not mistaken, my disposable plastic glasses chandelier has been hanging for three years and still the lights are in very good condition. This season I will be saying goodbye to the plastic material and create another eye satisfying decor, minus the disposable glasses, plus the old series lights.

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Supplies:

  • faux greenery garland
  • holiday ribbon
  • Christmas balls and ornaments
  • artificial poinsettia flowers
  • colorful series lights
  • string
  • scissors
  • hot glue

Steps:

  1. Form the greenery garland into a large circle.
  2. Wrap series lights around it. It is important to place the lights in position first so the wires get hidden.
  3. Next, the tinsel garland.
  4. Then I added a balloon stick in the center where I can hang some additional ornaments later. Just wrap this with green tinsel.
  5. Start rolling the ribbon and insert the poinsettias. Arrange them well.
  6. Tie a string on parallel sides.
  7. Hang it in your ceiling then decorate it with balls and other ornaments.
  8. Lights on.
  9. This is now the old and new look.
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