Iron 'Twig Chandelier

How to Make Twig Chandelier

Published On September 2, 2018 | By admin | Chandelier Design

A twig chandelier can add a touch of charm lighting to deck or patio.  The chandelier twig requires no special skills or equipment woodworking. The whole family can participate in making this twig chandelier, as even a small child can help gather twigs.

Iron 'Twig Chandelier

Iron ‘Twig Chandelier

Education to make twig chandelier: cut the branches of a uniform size of 6 inches. Separate branches in bundles consisting of five branches. Lay the corona wire frame on a flat surface like a table. Place beam in the upper left corner of the frame. Wrap the lower ends of the beam to the frame, using the floral wire on the paddle.

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Wrap section of miniature lights around the frame. Place second beam at the base of the first beam twig and wrap the ends with the wire. Wrap light around the frame. Continue wrapping bundles twig and lights around the frame until the entire structure of the wire is covered with branches and lights.

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Tie three equidistant lengths from 12 inches of string to the frame brown crown. Collect the first end of the wire into a knot. Connect an extension cable for strings of Christmas lights and connect it to a piece of string with floral wire. Hang the twig chandelier completed. Connect lights.

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