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Norma Kennedy
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PostSubject: Twine Chandaliers   February 17th 2011, 11:13

Look How GORGEOUS these are !
And they look to be super easy to do.


You can find the How To here:
http://ruffledblog.com/diy-string-wedding-chandelier/


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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 17th 2011, 12:14

OH-EM-GEE!!!!! Those are so cool! You share some of the neatest stuff Norma! Thanks for the link! I might have to give those a try!
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 17th 2011, 12:45


Thanks Sheri !

I was thinking these would be GREAT for s Summer backyard party :' )

I am going to give them a try too.
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 17th 2011, 15:32

We used to make things like that when we were little! We'd wrap the twine or yarn or whatever around a ballon and then cover it with some kind of glue or something and then pop the balloon. Those just brought back major memories!! So cute! I think fun colored ones would be a awesome for summer!
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 17th 2011, 15:36

LisaDay wrote:
We used to make things like that when we were little! We'd wrap the twine or yarn or whatever around a ballon and then cover it with some kind of glue or something and then pop the balloon. Those just brought back major memories!! So cute! I think fun colored ones would be a awesome for summer!

Yes, we used to do these too with colored string/twine to make big Easter Egg shapes!
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 19th 2011, 14:51

Yes! So pretty for a wedding.

I remember doing these too as a kid. How cool would they be with a light inside them or also wrapped with white Christmas lights?! You couldn't use a long strand, maybe just a 25-35 light length.
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 19th 2011, 19:31

those look amazing. I love them !
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 19th 2011, 20:37

We did the same thing, made them into big Easter eggs and filled them with grass and goodies.
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 19th 2011, 20:46

*ANDREA*AMU* wrote:
LisaDay wrote:
We used to make things like that when we were little! We'd wrap the twine or yarn or whatever around a ballon and then cover it with some kind of glue or something and then pop the balloon. Those just brought back major memories!! So cute! I think fun colored ones would be a awesome for summer!

Yes, we used to do these too with colored string/twine to make big Easter Egg shapes!

i totally remember this!
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 20th 2011, 16:35

Fun! I saw something similar on the Nate Berkus show not too long ago. I scrounged up the link:
http://www.thenateshow.com/videos/detail/1093/crafts-with-amy-sedaris/

Amy Sedaris is so funny!
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PostSubject: Re: Twine Chandaliers   February 21st 2011, 00:44


SO fun!!!
i remember doing these in grade school with string and balloons. love the different sizes!
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