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Chandelier

Chandelier

My friend Barbara found a picture of this chandelier that someone cut using their Cricut,

then she found that it was cut using an SVG file.  So, I set out to find one she could make that looked similar but used cartridges she had! :)

Here is what I came up with–using 2 cuts from the Storybook cartridge–welding w/ the Gypsy.

I did not go to the extent of decorating mine w/ rhinestones and the drop–(although, it is stunning)–I just wanted to quickly get the video tutorial to Barbara!  I may be adding the rhinestones and jeweled drop later!

16 Comments

  1. This is so pretty! What a great idea!!!

  2. I love you glittery chandelier it almost looks like icing!!! I my have to make one for my dinning room and hang gingerbread man from it for Christmas… Thanks for the inspiring idea..

    Amanda:0)

  3. Oh my goodness, how lovely. So perfect for Christmas decorating. Man, I need to get me a cricut.

  4. love it

  5. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this for me. Your the best!

  6. Great glittery idea for party decorations !!! I think I might need to order more 3M Craft Paper !!! LOL TFS Martha C.

    mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

  7. such a wonderful idea thanks so much for sharing with us, Debbie

  8. What a fantastic idea!!!! I really have to try this, thanks for sharing.

  9. Very cool!

  10. That is awesome! I love your ideas and can’t wait to try this one out! TFS ~ XO Amy Jo

  11. That is sooo cool!!! Your idea is super!

  12. Question:

    Sarah, to weld on the Gypsy do you just need to overlap the two pieces that you want connected and it will automatically weld them w/o cutting into each piece?

    Thanks,
    Amy Jo

  13. So cute!

  14. That is awesome!! Just ordered that cart….I am so excited!!

  15. So pretty. That would be great on top of a package to a good girlfriend or something.

  16. I love the idea of using post-it paper to adhere the glitter to! No drying time!

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