Learn how to make a beautiful DIY macrame boho chandelier with fairy lights with this step by step tutorial. It's a beautiful piece for indoors or outdoors and doesn't require any wiring!
I'm so excited to be taking part in the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by Krista of The Happy Housie; and this time it's to celebrate Summer! Today I've joined up with a talented group of bloggers to kick of this series by sharing a beautiful DIY or Craft project with you all! After you've seen my idea, make sure to check out all of the other ideas from my blogging friends at the bottom of this post.
My summer DIY project is this macrame boho chandelier with fairy lights. It's a unique piece that works well as a sparkly, outdoor light for your summer porch or patio, and I also love how it looks in my studio:
(You can take my new studio tour right here!)
This is a great beginner's macrame project because it only involves two simple types of macrame knots: a lark's head knot and a square knot.
This is also a relatively inexpensive project because it uses only a little macrame cord, one embroidery hoop, some chandelier chain and some cheap fairy lights.
My macrame chandelier is one of those projects that I think is easier for me to teach you via video, so...
Please watch my YouTube video tutorial below to learn how to make this DIY macrame boho chandelier with twinkle lights:
And please come back to my blog tomorrow to see more of my summer hygge porch decor ideas!
Now, make sure to go visit all of my other blogging friends for their summer DIY project ideas!