Making Chandelier Ceiling Fan

Oct 30th

Chandelier ceiling fan – You can convert a ceiling fan in a sparkling chandelier lights from a frame created with a screen of pedestal recycled. The ornaments with balls, found in the stores of supplies of cloth, they add glamour to the spider, and are bought by the meter. When painting the ceiling the same color as the fan blades, this will blend with the roof and accentuate the spider. The chandelier is perfect for a room, a hallway or dining room table.

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Remove the cover from the skylight chandelier ceiling fan by unscrewing the screws that hold it. Re-tighten the screws unscrewed leaving 1/8 inch (0.32 cm). Remove entire screen fabric with scissors, leaving the bare wire frame.

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Chandelier ceiling fan, measure the circumference around each circle display cable with the tape. Cut the trim with scissors to fit circles. Hits the top of the ornament with beads on each circle with the glue gun inching, 1 inch at a time (2.5 cm). Short cable 24 gauge (0.5 mm) in the middle, so to obtain two sections of cable 6 inches (15.25 cm). Connects one end of a section of the wire around the top of the circle on the screen, turning the cable firmly.