We love to decorate our homes. Decorating our homes can sometimes become not so budget friendly. To solve this problem we have brought for you a super easy tutorial to learn How to Create a Chandelier at home. Generally, costly Chandeliers demand a high maintenance due to their delicate material but this chandelier requires handy materials that are easily available at our homes and can be made quickly and easily without any hassle.

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Read further to know the entire process.
Materials Required:
Cardboard stars
Swarovski crystals

The Steps to Create Your Chandelier at Home are as follows:

Step 1:

In a bowl, dilute Fevicol by mixing a little water with it.
Soak the wool in this solution
Then wrap the soaked wool over the ballon. Cover the ballon completely as shown in Pic 1.

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Let it dry for 2-3 hours.

Step 2:

Make three big and three small balls like this.
After 2-3 hours using a pin burst the balloon and take it out of the space between the woollen ball.

Step 3:

On the plastic ring apply Fevicol and wrap the wool over it. Cover the entire ring with wool nicely as shown in Pic 3.

Pic 3

Step 4:

Now wrap some wool over your fingers some 25 times. (Pic 4)

Pic 4

Then with the help of scissors cut the wool and make small shreds as shown.
On a cardboard star, apply Fevicol in the centre and on the edges of the star and paste the woollen shreds. (Pic 5)

Pic 5

Step 5:

In the remaining area apply Fevicol carefully so that it does not spoil the woollen shreds and paste Swarovski crystals over it.

Pic 6

Step 6: 

Tie everything together with three woollen strings.
The ring on the top, followed by the balloons and then the stars. (See Pic 7)

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You can hang this beautiful creation in your living room or in your balcony to give it a creative touch. You can also get Melbourne Balustrade installations, from here and decorate your home!

Try it and Live Creative!!

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