DIY Shell Chandeliers

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Use your collected shells to create a beautiful shell chandelier! You will see two kinds of DIY shell chandeliers. Chandeliers that have shells glued on and others that have "shell garlands" connected to them. All are really stunning!

DIY Shell Chandelier

A completely encrusted Oyster Shell Chandelier. The candle sleeves are covered with crushed shell dust, and after all the oysters were glued on, glue was brushed on the exposed surface areas of the fixture and dusted with crushed oyster shells as well.

DIY Oyster Chandelier
For this DIY Oyster Shell Chandelier shells were linked together and then connected to the fixture using additional wire. It is easiest to do this while the chandelier is already hanging, using a ladder. Instead of oysters, you can use any type of shells! Also, be aware that the shells are going to add significant weight to the fixture. Learn how to Drill Holes in Shells!

beach shell chandelier
Shell chandelier featured on DIY Beach Chandeliers where you can get inspired by all kinds of ideas, including driftwood, seaglass, rope, even a fish net chandelier idea!

Oyster Chandelier Tutorial
Another Oyster Shell Chandelier made from a vintage metal lamp shade (silk fabric was removed). Oysters were drilled, and strung on the frame, using craft wire.

DIY Shell Chandelier in the Bedroom
Shell chandelier in Margot Austin's Prince Edward Island Cottage (senior design editor at House and Home). An old chandelier was spray painted white, then embellished with shells.

DIY Seashell Chandelier
And this stunning DIY shell chandelier looks like it took a while to make! Featured here.

Shell and Rope Chandelier DIY
And this Shell Chandelier Makeover includes some rope. Then, even though the shells are faux, the Capiz Shell Chandelier is one of the most popular posts! You definitely have to check it out if you have not seen it yet!

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Stephanie Steadham said...

I love all of them!!!

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