Wednesday, April 29, 2015
1. Print a pattern to inspire you in sketching your own pattern.2. Trace the pattern onto plywood for cutting. If cutting plywood is too laborious for you, replaceplywood with easy-to-cut plastic vinyl or nicely-finished cardboard.3. Cut out the design with a craft knife (if using vinyl or cardboard). If plywood, you can have anexperienced carpenter cut it out for you for cleaner lines and a professional finish.4. Assemble together with floral wire or screws to make it into a 3D chandelier. Apply coats ofyour preferred paint color and set it with varnish.5. Assemble the simple bulb and socket fixture. Make sure that the bulb does not touch any ofthe sides of the cut out, as it may increase the chances of fire. For safety, accommodate an inch ortwo as margin around the bulb.