Wooden chandelier – Crafting a wooden chandelier from branches creates a one-of-a-kind artistic and conversation piece at a minimal cost. Bring the outdoors inside with a branch chandelier that complements the rustic interior design styles, or paint the branches gold or white to match the modern decor. Look for the best pieces for this project in the autumn and winter months when the ground of forests and trails covered with discarded twigs and branches
Make a wooden chandelier, pull all the bark from the branches, and cut off any unwanted twigs with your knife. Sand them. Paint or stain your branches if you wish. Add your branches in the longitudinal direction across a large, flat work surface. Stack and arrange your branches in an aesthetically pleasing manner, and decide where you will put your plastic chandelier light. Pre-drill holes through each branch, where it overlaps with another branch. Unscrew the branches together in these areas. Add glue if the branch chandelier form still do not feel comfortable. Allow the glue to completely dry
Drill holes for branches where you plan to attach the light; the holes should be just less than the socket nipple bottoms. Twist connector nipple into the branch holes. Attach the candelabra socket for nipples. Attach all the candelabra sockets to each other with the lamp cord wires by linking the plain lamp cord wire to the silver screw and ribbed cord wire to brass screws. Connect all the bases with these wires that go around the wooden chandelier in a circle.
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