Upcycled Fabric Chandelier Craft


Upcycled Fabric Chandelier Craft

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Upcycled Fabric Chandelier Craft
Upcycled Fabric Chandelier Craft

When your little girls become teenagers, they might not be so happy with their childish bedroom decor. Instead of letting the cost of redecorating scare you, make some upcycled crafts instead! For teenage girls’ bedroom ideas, this Upcycled Fabric Chandelier Craft is perfect. This craft project will show you how to make a stylish chandelier using upcycled sheets and fabric. A shabby chic decoration, this fabric chandelier would look cool hanging over a bed or desk, or in a nook. If you’re looking for inexpensive DIY crafts ideas to makeover a room, this no-sew chandelier is a golden idea.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Age GroupPre-Teens, Teens

Materials List

  • Pieces of coordinated fabric (can be from upcycled sheets, fabric pieces, or other source)
  • Wire wreath base
  • Scissors


  1. Cut little slits in the fabric, two to three inches wide, and start tearing the fabric to create strips.

  2. Tie the fabric around the wreath in three layers.

  3. Once it is tied on, trim the layers to create tiers.

  4. Create a hanger with either three pieces of fabric, twine, ribbon, or lace tied together.

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I feel like I have struck gold tonight! This is absolutely the best website. A few weeks ago I started making rag quilts for my granddaughters out of bandanas. Tonight I found a wreath made out of them too...and now this, which I can easily make with the fabric of bandanas. Their room is sure to be the most awesome teenage room ever. Thanks for posting all these great ideas!


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