DIY Wreath Chandelier and a Simple Winter Wonderland Gathering

This is a gathering I would have loved to be at… this perfect, snowy Montana setting was complete with a centerpiece wreath chandelier that took center stage, a giant fire to stand around while sipping fresh cocktails created with homemade syrups! This diy project and simple gathering with friends that Mariah did has me dreaming of a perfect snow fall… that we won’t get!


You’ll need (you can find everything at most craft and/or hardware stores): 1. Jewelry making tools: wire(18 gauge), wire cutters and wire wrapping pliers 2. A base wreath 3. Mini mason jars, big enough to fit tea light candles. 4. Rope or twine 5. S hook 6. I used greenery I found in the woods from a fallen tree but you can find greenery at most florists or sometimes grocery stores.


Cut one piece of wire and wrap around the top of the jar twisting the ends to secure. Then cut another piece of wire and form a handle that connects to the wire you wrapped around the jar. I used hot glue on the sides to keep the handle in place.
Then tie 5 pieces of twine around the wreath spread evenly, these will hold the mason jars. Then cut 5 pieces of wire about 10″ long and with the wire wrapping tool, create two hooks on each end and attach to the mason jar handle and the twine. Make sure they hang low enough that the flame is not in danger of catching the greenery on fire! Then cut two pieces of rope, each piece tied to oposite ends of the wreath and criss crossed at the top. Slip on an S hook and it’s ready to hang! If anyone creates their own outdoor chandelier, we’d love to see it!
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9 responses to DIY Wreath Chandelier and a Simple Winter Wonderland Gathering

  1. December 17, 2012

    Oh I love that! Must try next xmas

  2. December 18, 2012

    I would never have thought that you made this! This is just beautiful!

    1. December 19, 2012

      Haha!! Supal, isn’t it awesome?! Mariah made it and she’s so talented!!! XO

  3. December 18, 2012

    love this for the holidays 🙂

  4. Anonymous
    December 18, 2012

    This is such a great post. It makes me want to bring a little Montana into my Portland, Oregon home!

    1. December 19, 2012

      Haha! Makes me want to move to Montana and enjoy some snow!

  5. Caitlin
    December 18, 2012

    Yeah, love this for some Christmas cheer at our party!! xo

  6. December 21, 2012

    This is beautiful! I might have to get myself some pine to wrap around my current chandelier and hang votives for a winter wonderland feeling as we unwrap our gifts!

  7. Pedro Rodríguez
    October 16, 2013

    Genial para esta Navidad.

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