How to Make a Branch Chandelier

Sep 1st

Branch chandelier can also add a rustic touch of a cottage or a family room. Branch chandelier requires no special skills or woodworking equipment and all supplies can be found at craft stores and on a walk in the woods. The whole family can participate in making this spider branch, as even a small child could help gather branch. Cut the branches of a uniform size of 6 inches with pruning shears.

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Separating the beams formed twigs in five branches. Place the wreath frame wire on a flat surface like a table. Place a package in the upper left corner of the frame. Wrap a section of miniature Christmas lights around the frame in the same area with the floral wire. Place a second package at the base of twig package and wrap the ends with wire. Wrap a section of light around the frame.

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Loop three evenly spaced 12-inch lengths of brown thread for wreath frame. Collect the upper ends of the rope with a knot. Connect an extension cord to the strings of Christmas lights and attach it to a piece of string with floral wire. Hang up the branch chandelier completed a hook on a porch or deck overhang. Connect lights.