We have a new article just for you. Tell us? Did you ever want to have a creative yet stylish chandelier? A Creative DIY Chandelier made using Boho Fringes and embroidery hoops. Now You must be thinking that might cost you a lot, Right? Well, Not actually. You can make this Unique and Creative DIY Chandelier for your home under 25$. Cheap and Beautiful is what we have for you today. We know you have surfed the internet seeing ideas about DIY Chandeliers here and there but who’s going to build them? Either they take too much time, are costly or are fragile. Well, we got you, Here is the Home Decor Inspirational idea you’ve been looking for till now. Your very own DIY Chandelier made up from embroidery hoops. Yes, You heard us right. We are going to show you how to use simple embroidery hoops to make a beautiful and fascinating DIY Chandelier. Let’s get started!
- 3 Embroidery hoops of sizes 8, 10 and 14 inches
- A rope, yarn or a sturdy string.
- Measuring Tape
- Hot Glue
Note: Do not forget to paint these hoops and to bring the string or yarn the same colour as the fringes you’d be using so that the chandelier blends.
PROCEDURE FOR MAKING DIY CHANDELIER:
- First of all gather these materials: Three embroidery hoops of sizes 8, 10 and 14 inches, rope, measuring tape, scissors, sharpie, and hot glue.
- Take out the portion of the hoop that doesn’t have the metal on it.
Tip: Spray paint them the same colour you are using the fringes.
- Cut four pieces of rope or yarn or whatever your heart desires to hang it. We cut them at on arm’s length.
- Put the hoops on the table. After that, tie each piece of rope to the smallest hoop. Then pull it tight and make a mark at 4 and a half inches on each piece of the rope.
- Then tie the knot at that mark to the second largest hoop and repeat this step to tie it to the biggest hoop similarly.
- What this does is that it creates the ‘bone structure” of the chandelier for you to hot glue the entire fringe.
Tip: don’t forget to paint the hoops or it won’t match.
- Tying all the four pieces of the rope together, Tie a knot on the top
- Okay now, this part is the best! Hang your almost created chandelier up somewhere so that you can hot glue your fringe on to every single hoop separately.
- Trim your fringe however you like, You can either trim them evenly across or add cut in’s or scallops.
- This part is entirely optional, and all on you but it adds a charm to the project beautifying it to a great extent.
- If you decide to add the lace too, You’d have to Hot glue the top of your chandelier in order to add it.
- We are almost there! Trim the excess lace, and you’re done!
The possibilities and endless but here are some ideas, You can dip dye it or light it up or not that’s all up to you.