Oh how I have been so excited to share this post with you guys! Honestly, making this floral chandelier is something I have been planning for months. Mainly because I had a very specific idea of what I wanted it to look like.
So after searching on Pinterest for ages for ideas on how to make it, and which faux flowers to use, I finally decided how it would be made. So here it is, my step by step guide on how to make a floral chandelier.
But before we start, let me just go through what I used and where I got them from.
What You’ll Need:
- Wreath Frame –
- Glue Gun –
- Fishing Line (for hanging) –
- Floral Wire –
- Pliers –
- Your choice of flowers and leaves, here are the flowers I chose from Hobby Craft – 5 Pink Floral Garlands, 2 Parsley Fern, 9 Cream Rose Spray
- Here are the flowers and leaves from Ebay – 3 Artificial Ivy Fake Foliage, 3 bunches of pink Peonies
- Command Hooks, Medium Wire
And here is how I made it:
- Hang your wreath frame from the ceiling using a Command Hook and the fishing wire. Tie the fishing wire on the wreath frame and hook it on the Command Hook from the ceiling.
- First, attach your Artificial Ivy Fake Foliage using the floral wire. Use the floral wire and wrap it around the stems of the Fake Foliage to secure it in place.
- After you have attached all of the Fake Foliage, next move onto the Parsley Fern. Pull the Parsley Fern apart so they are single leaves, then attach them across your wreath frame using the floral wire too.
- Once you have all of your Parsley Fern spread out across the wreath, move onto attaching the Floral Garland. As there are 5 of them, use it to create layers on your wreath. Attach some across the top of the wreath and some across the bottom making sure you cover all of the wreath wire. Use the floral wire also to attach them.
- Next, use the pliers to cut the Rose Spray down so you can attach each rose separately. Glue the roses in between the leaves and flowers. Spread them out equally across the chandelier.
- Once you have all of your roses glued on securely, move onto your Peonies. Cut these down with your pliers too and glue them with the glue gun across the chandelier.
- Make sure all of your flowers are spread out equally and glued on securely. Then you are done! Below are images of the making process.
I hope you enjoyed this DIY. I chose a very large size wreath because I want to hang the Floral Chandelier in my entryway. And inside the floral chandelier I want to hang a light fixture. Hopefully it will go well and look great too. I will give you guys updates of the entryway when I hang it there.
Another reason I have made it is because Eid is just around the corner and I’ll be collaborating with Twenty Five Star again to create an Eid Decorations setup. Last Eid we made an Indoor Garden theme (which you can see > here.) This Eid we are planning to keep it more simple and make an Eid Tea Party setup. We will create the setup and it will be posted hopefully in my next blog post.
If you would like to make your own floral chandelier, I have linked where I purchased all of the items above at the beginning of this post so do check out. In terms of pricing for the chandelier, it was quite pricey as I chose a really large size to make. Of course, if you are planning to make a smaller one, it will be considerably cheaper. I hope this post helps if you are trying to make your own. Thank you for reading!