Guest Post- Flower chandelier

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Today I am going to share with you my fun flower chandelier.
Right now I am in the process of creating (if that is what you want to call it) my girls room, I saw the inspiration for this project by Angie at the Country Chic Cottage and fell in love. She made it seem so simple that I had to do it!
flower chandelier
I raided my stash of fabric for all the white ones that I had. I found some plain and some patterned fabrics. I cut them into roughly 3 inch squares. Then I used a flower die on the squares and proceeded to cut a ton of flowers out. It was not that hard actually, as I used 6-8 pieces at a time. And my little girl wanted to help. I ended up cutting about 300 fabric flowers.
Then I took three embroidery hoops all different sizes, painted them white and tied them together. This part of actually the hardest of the entire project. But I finally got it done!
Next I sewed all the flowers together into one long row. I did this at several different times as my house is chaotic when kids are home from school, so I did not get a picture of this. You can see the chandelier to see what I mean.
Now for the easy part. I just glued the flowers to the hoops and then cut them to the desired length
Thanks Jen for sharing your cute chandelier. Don’t you just love how it looks?
A few more Iron Violet Designs that I am loving 
DR MAG is her kids initials
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  1. Rachel says:

    I love the chandelier! So neat!

    Rachel @ Maybe Matilda

  2. Patricia says:

    Me too! Loving the chandelier.

  3. Kassi @ Truly Lovely says:

    So pretty!!! I always LOVE the projects Jen links up at Fancy This Fridays!! 🙂 Great guest post!

  4. ann smith says:

    thanks for sharing this lovely creation !

  5. Raynata says:

    I love this. It looks expensive but it seems like a very budget friendly and doable project! Putting on my “to-do” list.

  6. Jen says:

    Thanks so much for the feature Hani!

  7. paul says:

    Wow this is an excellent example of “beauty in simlicity”. Keep up the good work, thanks a lot for sharing

  8. Maja says:

    wooooooowwwwwwww… i think i'm gonna try that 🙂

  9. A1 Chandigarh says:

    Regards for all your efforts that you have put in this.

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  11. I like your all designs. Thanks for this post.

  12. Chandigarhi Flowers says:

    I think you’re doing a fantastic job. I appreciate your article. Thank you very much for provide good information.

  13. Great designs. I like all the designs. Thanks

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  15. I like your post. The flower quilt look great.

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