Constructing the Chandelier
Prepare the copper wreath by running string across the centre of the wreath base, tying a double knot to secure the strands in place.
To ensure an even dispersal of blooms and foliage, it’s best to construct the chandelier while it is hanging – any old ribbon or twine you have will work a treat!
Start by securing the blooms in place first then add in the foliage, hanging each strand at a slightly different height to the rest. Once happy with the arrangement, secure the wire foliage strands to the outer rim of the copper wreath base using a glue gun, slightly overlapping each strand as you go. Add a few flowers to the foliage for an added pop of colour.