DIY Chandelier With Artificial Flowers

Learn how to make a flower chandelier with this simple DIY. This artificial floral and greenery chandelier is the perfect decor for parties, baby showers, and weddings. It's also a gorgeous, whimsical addition to anyone's home decor. Even create it with Artificial Outdoor Flowers and hang it outside on your patio or deck!

Materials: 

Wire Wreath Form - 12"
Artificial Greenery Garland
Artificial Greenery (Ex: Eucalyptus, Lambs Ear, etc.) 
Silk Flowers  (Ex: Roses, Peonies, Ranunculus, etc.)
Hanging Greenery
Ribbon
Floral Tape
Wire Cutters
Hot Glue Gun

 

Step 1: Cut an artificial greenery garland to match the diameter of the wreath and attach it to the top of the wire wreath form with floral tape.

Step 2: Tape artificial greenery to the opposite side of the wire wreath form. We used Silver Dollar Eucalyptus.

Step 3: Trim off the stems of your favorite silk flowers, like gorgeous Cabbage Roses, and glue the blooms to the garland side of the wreath. This will be the top of the chandelier.

Step 4: Then, trim and glue your hanging stems to the bottom side of the wreath. We used a hanging Amaranthus spray.

Step 5: Tie 3 ribbons to the middle wire of the wreath form and tie the loose ends  together. Now your finished chandelier is ready to hang above your wedding reception tables or in your nursery! 

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