Add a touch of elegance for a wedding event, with a Crystal Garland Chandelier Wedding Centerpiece. Increase the visual interest by decorating the bling-bling centerpiece to fit the special occasion all by yourself.
This wedding Centerpiece is so beautiful and will make your wedding more elegant and memorable.
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I hope you enjoy making this Beautiful DIY Dollar Tree.
Here are the Things you will need:
- 6 Candleholders
- 2 Glass Cutting Board
- Any Kinds of Flowers
- Glass Crystal Garland
- Start with adding the Candle Holder to the Center of the Cutting Board
Then add the second candleholder upside-down on top
- Use a level to make sure the base is straight.
- Glue the 24 Crystal Garland towards the tip of the cutting board, leave some spaces in between. Let the crystal dry for an hour.
- Assemble all the crystal garland underneath the candlestick using invisible
Nylon Thread and loop it through all the little holes of the bead.
- Take the two of the invisble fishing line and pull it.
Tie it around the candlestick very tightly
- Make sure at the end of the Garland you have your ring hanging at the bottom
Use the rest of your crytal garlands to hang it from the ring.
- For this arrangment you’ll need 90 flowers of your choice
- Put it together with Crystal Garland Chandelier
And Well Done!
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Artificial Flowers, 50pcs Real Touch Artificial Foam Roses (Micheals & Amazon)
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– Clear Invisible Nylon Thread
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6 thoughts on “DIY Dollar Tree Crystal Garland Chandelier Wedding Centerpiece”
Absolutely beautiful! So regal. Love, love ,love .
Hi I love the Chandler wedding center piece, I didn’t know anyone had these ideas already.
Question:1 why didn’t you hot glue or use any glue that’s compatible to glue the oasis to the cutting board?
Question:2 and the oasis to make them hold together you could have used floral sticks on each end from the top to hold them together.?
I think you did an excellent job on this piece. And using the clear thread was brilliant. That was a genius ideal. That is what creation is all about. Keep making beautifully pieces.
Hi Sheryl, my name is Stephanie and I your help. My mother church is hosting a rainbow tea party at the end of June. My mom color is royal blue. I don’t know what other colors to use. My mother wants royal blue, gold, and white. I’m having surgery and I won’t be able to help decorate, let alone make things. Can you please make me two of those lighted crystal Chandelier’s centerpieces and her floral arrangements. I will gladly pay you. Please help me.
Love it you are so crafty and it really can be done with real and faux flowers great job
You can just add 8 crystals more to your original strands, loop your fishing line through the 9th crystal from the bottom to obtain the same results. This keeps you from adding 24 – 8 inch links at the end. Wonderful idea!