Get your fringe décor on with this easy chandelier DIY! Summer may be officially over, but that doesn’t mean you have to hide your colorful side, especially when it comes to home decoration. Express your inner rainbow with this fringe chandelier.
Your crafty chandelier is brought together with fringe, fringe, and lots and lots of fringe. The best part of this DIY is that you can customize your chandelier based on the colors of fringe you choose. We went with a tie-dye rainbow creation but the color combinations are endless.
Watch the video below to see how to add some color and style to your room with this DIY fringe chandelier.
DIY Fringe Chandelier
2 Embroidery hoops of different sizes (ex. 14″ and 10″)
Spray paint or acrylic paint
Hot glue gun
Quick drying fabric glue
Fringe trim (approximately 2.5 or 5 yards)
1. Paint the embroidery hoops and let dry.
2. Tie the hoops together in 4 places with paracord strings of the same length.
3. Cut 4 long strips of paracord string, thread the key chain ring through all of them, and fold them in half. Tie a knot at the looped end holding the key ring.
4. Hot glue the 8 string ends in pairs to 4 points of the large embroidery hoop.
5. Hang the chandelier skeleton and adjust string lengths as needed.
6. Glue on the fringe trim to the hoop wrapping around either once or twice, depending on the desired look. The smaller 10″ embroidery hoop will require approximately 1 yard (single wrap) or 2 yards (double wrap) and the larger 14″ embroidery hoop will require 1.5 yards (single wrap) or 3 yards (double wrap).