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A Woodland Chandelier

As our plans for entertaining move back indoors this autumn, we’ve found a simple way to refresh our décor— a DIY chandelier made from our classic twig lights. Inspired by branches in the fall forest as leaves disappear, this eye-catching fixture is lightweight and easy to move around the house for a touch of sparkle wherever it goes. We think it makes an especially nice addition above the table at dinner parties. Surprisingly straightforward to create and even easier to personalize, this twinkling display will make a welcome sight in your home from fall throughout the holiday season.
What you’ll need
Twig lights (we used 5 bunches)Bind wirePower source
1. Bunch your twig lights together and fasten the upper stems into one, larger stem using bind wire. You may choose to stagger the heights of the stems to create a longer, narrower chandelier.
2. Add additional fastenings at intervals along the upper stems to make sure the chandelier is secure.
3. Shape your twigs as desired. We left ours straight for a natural look, but you could create a more whimsical fixture by twisting individual stems.
4. Fasten the power cords into a single bundle to minimize their appearance.

5. Suspend within reach of a power source and enjoy a gathering under the stars.
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you deserve someone who isn’t embarrassed to love you and tells all their friends about you and saves your selfies, whether they’re good or bad to look at when they miss you and loses sleep to talk to you and tells you how much they love you and how beautiful you are all the time and i really hope you find that one day because you deserve to be loved

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