What a beautiful contemporary chandelier! Made using a Dremel tool, wire rope, a ceiling fixing, 2 wire rope stoppers, an LED strip light, chrome pipe and crystal beads (Maybe even some of those dollar store crystal hanging ornaments?) Dining Rooms, Contemporary Chandeliers, Fairley Interiors, Lights Fixtures, Interiors Design, Crystals Chandeliers, Toby Fairley, Lights Ideas, Bays Window
Project Materials to Make: Hanging wire basket, $1 6 packages of Mardi Gras-style metallic beads (about 48 necklaces), $6 Light gauge wire (floral wire will work), $1 Spray paint, $1 Wire cutters, on hand or $1 Hot glue gun & sticks, on hand Additional embellishments, as desired dollarstorecredit...
diy beaded chandelier with plastic mardi gras beads from the dollar store _dollar store crafts
I took a round metal blank and drew a heart on it with a fine tip sharpie, then I used my dremel with cutting blade and cut it out, I then cut into the heart and drill extra tiny holes and threaded one thin copper wire ( I had stripped some old speaker wire to get the copper wire out to use) and I made it look like the heart was broken and battered, but had been sewn back together and mended.