If my “ribbon” garland and wreath (actually they are made from fabric strips) weren’t enough to tell you I have been in a ribbon DIY mood lately then maybe this faux chandelier will do the trick. 😉 When I seen a similar one on Pinterest I knew I had to add it to my list of to make for my daughter’s room makeover.
This project was super easy and fairly inexpensive and a great way to add a little extra texture and charm to my daughter’s room. All you need is an embroidery hoop. Check your local thrift store, I almost always find some there. I grabbed mine at Goodwill for .49cents. You will also need a variety of ribbon, lace, stringed beads or fabric.
The chandelier that I made isn’t as full as I hoped it would be so I may still add some extra ribbon or sparkly stringed beads into the mix. I used 3 rolls of ribbon though and that was 11 yards of ribbon total so if you want it more full go with more ribbon. Ribbon can also get costly (although I picked mine up when it was 50% off) so a cheaper alternative would be to use fabric strips.
I think these would make for great party decor as well.