Paper is one of my favorite materials to work with and I absolutely adore how easy it is to adorn a space for a party with a few sheets of bright, colorful paper. This paper chandelier DIY will brighten up any room, no electricity needed. Use bright colors to transform your dining room and make an ordinary event into and instantly fancy event! Order a large stack of paper here and I promise I’ll give you lots of fresh ideas to put it to use.

Wouldn’t these be so fancy for a tea party? I’m always looking for excuses to bring out my grandmother’s tea set.  It is dainty and covered with happy pink strawberries, just the exact color of paper I chose for my large pink paper chandelier to shine in the center. You could add a little glitter or a bit of paint and really make it sparkle. I also have some fabulous deep blue tea cups- perhaps some smaller, brighter pink paper chandeliers would add a little moxy to our table.  I think we’ve stumbled upon a trend: matching your table top with the ceiling!

Paper Chandelier DIY

The paper chandeliers come together quickly with a few paper cuts and hot glue lines. They look fabulous hanging in a group above your dining room table or lined up along a side table or mantel. Find the printable template I used to create these beauties and more details on their construction right here.

Do you want to try your hand at some other chandeliers as well? You know I love balloons, so give this fluffy cloud-like balloon chandelier a go. Do you remember these fabulous Fringe Chandeliers from my birthday a couple years back?


paper chandelier

Bright Paper Chandeliers DIY

The paper chandeliers come together quickly with a few paper cuts and hot glue lines. They look fabulous hanging in a group above your dining room table or lined up along a side table or mantel. Find the printable template I used to create these beauties and more details on their construction right here. I’m dreaming about hanging this batch in my daughter’s room. She loves when she gets something fresh to brighten things up. I imagine her staring up at all the colors as she dreams about joyous occasions. Party decor used daily is my favorite way to make a home more fun!  Almost everything I make gets used again- just my way to go “green”– or pink, in this case.