One of my favorite things about decorating the home is dreaming up DIY projects. If you’re someone who likes DIY projects that are simple, fun, and not overly time-consuming, I’ve got good news for you. You will be seeing a lot more DIY projects on this blog in the upcoming year! After all, I’m a home decorating enthusiast. DIY seems to go hand-in-hand with that. In today’s post, I’m excited to share my recent Ornament Chandelier DIY project with you.
Here’s how the end result will look:
ITEMS NEEDED FOR PROJECT
1) Tree branch (I found mine in my backyard.) 🙂
2) White Spray Paint (This gives the branch a frosted look.)
3) Small ornaments (Mine were 1 inch in diameter. Found them at Toys R Us for $2.00 for a pack of 10 ornaments.)
1) Spray tree branch lightly with paint.
2) Let branch dry for 20 minutes.
3) Place tree branch on pendant light and start decorating!
Note: This project took a little over an hour to complete. The only time-consuming part was hanging all 20 ornaments on the branch. I prefer the ornaments hung in varying heights!
For the ornaments in the center, I used clear thread to hang from the tree branch. Fishing line works just as well.
Here’s a side view of my DIY Ornament Chandelier.
I love seeing these silver and blue hued ornaments hanging from our pendant light. They make our dining area a little more festive for the holidays.
What do you think of this DIY project? Have you done any of your own DIY projects this holiday season? As always, I love your comments and appreciate you for reading! Xoxo, Tee.