Hanging Floral Chandelier

by JOANN |

Item # 522373698P12
Intermediate 3-5 Hours


  • One 18" grapevine wreath
  • One roll thin jute roping
  • Assorted spring flowers:
    • Light pinks
    • Bright pinks
    • Small pink berries

  • Assorted greenery:
    • Eucalyptus
    • Boxwood
    • Spring greens

  • One large 2" metal ring
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • E6000 glue
  • Wire cutters
  • Duct tape
  • Scissors


  1. Snip the flowers into individual stems.
  2. Snip the greenery into small branches or groupings.
  3. Cut 9 strands of the jute into 70" lengths.
  4. Using duct tape, tape down the metal ring to a tabletop surface so that you can make braids on it without the ring moving.
  5. Take three jute strands and loop them through the metal ring to the middle of the strands. Starting close against the ring and braid the strand using double strings to make up the three strands of the braid.
  6. When you get to 30" in length, tie them in a knot.
  7. Make two more braided strands the same way and the same length.
  8. Attach the braids strand to the wreath equal distances apart forming a triangular placement.
  9. Tie them onto the wreath and place a small dab of hot glue to keep them from slipping.
  10. Snip the ends of the jute off.
  11. Starting with the greenery, attach the sprigs randomly around the top of the wreath using the hot glue gun and also use the E6000 glue.
  12. Place some of the greenery to be hanging downward around the outside rim of the wreath.
  13. Mix up the different shades of pink as you attach them to the top of the wreath.
  14. Let some of the flower sprigs be longer so that they lean over the greenery to give it a lush feel.

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