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Chandelier made out of clear christmas ornaments. Just beautiful. I'm thinking this could cost even less if you purchased the ornaments just after Christmas... or you could have a sort of eclectic feel by using different colors/sizes. Such a cool project.

I really want to make this! And you could use any colors to match your decor: D.I.Y. Oversized Fabric Garland Chandelier! You'll need: 1 wire cooling rack, 2-3 yards of fabric in different shades, 1 strand of twinkle lights, 1 white extension cord, lace, chenille, embroidery thread, a needle, two hooks that screw into a wall, a drill.

When decorating for Christmas, don't forget to draw attention to the ceiling! Decorate a lantern or chandelier with ribbon in any high-ceilinged room. Consider a wreath around a bell jar or similar-shaped fixture. (Photo: Photo: Tria Govan; Stylist: Heather Chadduck; Designer:)

Fabric Chandelier.....I was just thinking about how to alter my thrift store lamp with muslin and here pops an option. Love me some Pinterest.

DIY Inspo: flower chandelier - kimpulla kukkia iso vaikutus

I just found a vintage lampshade in my attic that would be perfect for this!

Old Pulley or new one (can be purchased at any hardware store, I would spray paint it in a dark rusty finish) Magnetic Crystals Tealights Mason Jars Craft Silver Wire 2 hooks (to attach to ceiling)

Planter pots stacked - so easy! The hardest part would be painting and you don't HAVE to do that!

This beaded chandelier inspires so many DIY project possibilities!