Dollar Tree DIY Wood Bead Chandelier

I just moved into a new apartment and I am sectioning off a portion of the bedroom to make a dressing room area. When I found this wooden bead chandelier idea made from Dollar Tree wreath form by Justin Wray on YouTube, I knew it was going to work perfectly in my space. I immediately got in the car and went to Dollar Tree to get my materials because this project idea had everything I love in a project, it was cheap, easy, and just gorgeous! I found my copper wire and wooden beads at Michael’s craft store where I was able to use a 60 percent off coupon I found on Michael’s app. Michael’s makes it so easy to save, you just pull up the coupon on your phone and the cashier scans it, then you receive instant savings!

Materials For Wood bead Chandelier:

  • 8-inch wreath form (from Dollar Tree)
  • Jute twine (large spool from Dollar Tree)
  • A pair of scissors
  • A hot glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Copper wire (I found this at Michael’s craft store)
  • Wooden beads (in 3 sizes)

Directions:

In this wooden bead chandelier idea made from Dollar Tree wreath form by Justin Wray on YouTube,  you will learn to make this gorgeous chandelier in a few easy steps. You start by wrapping the wreath form with your jute twine.

Wrap A Dollar Tree wreath Form With Jute To Make A Wood bead Chandelier
Image By: Justin Wray Via YouTube

Then, you will attach your bead strands to the jute covered wreath form.

Attach Strands Of Beads With Copper Wire To A Dollar tree Wreath Form To make A Wood Bead Chandelier
Image By: Justin Wray Via YouTube

This wood bead chandelier project turned out better than I could have ever have hoped for. It was just the effect boho feature my dressing room area needed.

Dollar Tree DIY Wood Bead Chandelier

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