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The Picture “Chandelier” : Fiona’s Room

For me, one of the most exciting parts of redecorating a room is seeing how the little decorations projects turn out. Any excuse to create a one of a kind piece of decorative art. In Fiona’s room, the number one project I couldn’t let go of was an embroidery hoop picture chandelier. I was “pinspired” at some point by this little beauty.photo display chandelier from Natalme on Shalavee.comI’d gathered up some embroidery hoops at the thrift store. I stared at them for a while. Then I finally found my stash of clothespins, although not tiny ones like the inspiration piece, and I figured I’d wing the stringing it together part. When gluing the clothes pins on, it was a little tricky trying to balance all the weight of the clothespins and keep each level even.Chandelier in progress in the craft room on Shalavee.com

I also loved the excuse to go through my photos and see how some of them look in black and white.

Brother bear on Shalavee.com

Caitlin, Eamon, and Fiona 2104on Shalavee.com

 And this is what I came up with. I’m really pleased with how it turned out.

Picture display chandelier on Shalavee.com

Fiona immediately recognized the people in the pictures.

And that’s sorta the point.

Plus easy, inexpensive, and really charming.

Picture display chandelier on Shalavee.com

Next up are the last couple projects and

  the Total Room Reveal. 

Because you’ve been patient and it’ll be Friday and enough is enough.

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4 Responses to “The Picture “Chandelier” : Fiona’s Room”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Well now I’m going to have to make one too! (I have tiny clothespins that I use for pinning up things during the holidays.) I just love this.

  2. Lee says:

    What a wonderful use of embroidery hoops! I have a few unused ones of different sizes I could give new life to!
    ~Lee

    • Shalagh says:

      Thank you Lee. I agree because I’d seen them, like mason jars, used ad nauseum that when I saw this new way to use them, I freaked out. All you need is a hot glue gun and the supplies. Good Luck!
      Love,
      Shalagh

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