If you are looking for some fun decor in a kid’s room (heck ANY room), be sure to check out the instructions below on how to make a DIY disco ball chandelier. This fun project is super quick and easy. Grab your disco balls and get started on one (or more) of these today.
- Disco Ball Garland (I used four)
- Embroidery Hoop (I used a 10 inch)
- Silver Metallic Paint
- Kite String
Paint the inner hoop with the silver metallic paint. Allow to dry completely before continuing. Now it is just a matter of tying on strands of the disco ball garland. I just cut off a portion (leaving a long string as shown on the right below). Then tie it onto the hoop and trim any excess with your scissors.
Continue all the way around the hoop. I used all of the four garlands I had except for the one extra ball per strand that you will be left with. The one extra on the end does not have an open string to tie onto the hoop. If your strands are not evenly spaced, just push them around the hoop to fix.
Tie on the kite string as shown in the image below. I tied two strands across the hoop and then gathered them at the top to knot. The top knot is what I will use to hang the DIY disco ball chandelier by in the room. I held the entire thing up off of the table while tying this last part to make sure it was going to hang evenly.
Love the other items in this area? Be sure to make our faux wood animal heads and watercolor hoop art as well. Get the supplies to make your own DIY disco ball chandelier for your home. I am sure a teenager would love this in their room.
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