Making Wine Glass Chandelier

Published On December 1, 2018 | By Bangzenk | DIY Chandeliers

Wine glass chandelier – Candles electric tea give a room a special shine, but sometimes a simple or cup candlestick, and it is not pretty enough for the occasion.  Turn stem glasses of wine in small lampshades for adding lighting festive your table or shelf. Create collection screen for their wine glasses with a variety of items to display on holidays and special occasions.

Crystal Wine Glass Chandelier

Crystal Wine Glass Chandelier

Print a screen pattern wine glass chandelier in printer paper.  Cut out the pattern with scissors. Place the pattern on the back side of a sheet of decorative paper.  The paper should be the size of printer paper.  Use paper parchment metal packaging, paper origami or other rigid paper decorative. Cut out the shape pattern decorative paper.  Keep smooth and uniform edges.

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Wine glass chandelier, cut decorative holes in the paper with a paper punch.  Make a line of holes around the top and bottom curves or put holes in random places throughout the area of shade. Curve shadow on the decorative side of the paper on the outside.  Place a line of glue at a right edge of the paper.  Overlap the other rule of 1/4 inch. Place a tea light battery at the bottom of a glass of wine when the glue has dried completely in the shade.

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