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Summer Succulent DIY Chandelier

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Summer Succulent DIY Chandelier
Summer Succulent DIY Chandelier
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This summer, turn your garden from blah to OMG with this enchanting Summer Succulent DIY Chandelier. Perfect for garden parties and backyard cookouts, this free holiday craft is the next big way to totally wow your guests. This DIY chandelier lets you display your favorite succulents in a dramatically fun way by adding candles to create an inviting atmosphere. You can use your fave scented candles or citronella lights to fend off those nasty summer insects with this adorable garden craft idea. This budget-friendly DIY idea is the best way to add some light-hearted design to your garden during warm summer months.


Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsNature Material, Paint, Other

Primary TechniqueGardening



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If you've planted succulents in a tin can or a small terracotta pot, you realize that they grow out really fast and start hanging. The best place to grow them is in a chandelier like this one that's some simple to make. You get to show off your enchanting garden

What a cute and pretty decoration! The natural elements really make this decoration look pretty. I think I'll make one this summer!

This really is quite pretty and would make a very unique hostess gift if you are lucky enough to be invited to a friend's outdoor patio for a barbeque. Can you imagine how thrilled someone would be to get this as a gift? The instructions are easy to follow and looks like this would be fun to do.

This is gorgeous! I know what I'll be doing with my succulents once they grow a little more!


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