Sphere chandelier – Light emitting diodes (LEDs) provide a lighting setting that is both low-energy and low heat. Such light can last four times longer than a traditional incandescent bulb, making them a friend of the environment and a prime choice for household lighting. The battery is common among the LED products due to their low power consumption requirements. Taking advantage of this budget-friendly, battery-powered light source to create a chandelier that seems to float weightlessly in the air.
Instructions to make a LED sphere chandelier: 1) Inflate a latex balloon most of the way, so that it retains a rounded shape. Tie the balloon. 2) Begin wrapping flexible cord LED lights around the balloon. Wrap in many directions create committees and create a large amount of coverage with light. Twist at the beginning of LED wire at another part of the wire. As you wrap, leaving a hole at the top of wire sphere chandelier that will be large enough to fit the battery pack. Make sure there are no holes on the bottom of the field are just as great as battery pack will rest inside the area and should not fall out. 3) Repeat to form as many balls as you want. Using an odd number for a catchy arrangement and vary their sizes.