Rose Petal Chandy

Want to make a Rose Petal Chandy of your very own?  Oh yes you can and with just a few rose petals and a sewing machine.  This is great for any teen or kid room.  It would even be great as DIY wedding decor.  

You know this thing looks an awful lot like this PB version

Wanna know how to make it? 
Your gonna need 3 rings.  I used 3 different sized wooden embroidery hoops .  Just the inside portion.  Plus some fishing line
and lots of rose petals.  You can get your rose petals at the dollar mart…yep $1 for 50!  I found this bigger container at another store on sale…

Oh and your sewing machine.  Yep I sewed each and every one of those petals.

I sewed them in strands of 9 petals each.  Leave a little space between each petal.

Makes it more “flowy” when you get done.  Your sewing does not have to be perfect.  I tried getting them all in the same direction, etc.  But they are not all the same.  No one is going to climb up and look at this once you have it hanging from the ceiling.

Sew lots and lots of strands together.  I used around 400 petals total.  Yep 400.  Sew your little heart out.
I took the rings and painted em white.  Then tied them up with fishing line like this…

Fishing line at the top too to hang it up when you are done.  Then glue on your petal strands.  I started at the bottom.  I folded the top petal over and glued it to the second petal.  I actually glued each one twice.  Yes I used hot glue and regular glue on each one.  May not be necessary but I have extra insurance.   :)

The secret to holding this while you are glueing on your strands of petals?

Keep glueing them on til it is all filled up and looks just how you want it!  I would glue some on, then go sew some more, then glue more on, sew some, etc.  That way I did not end up with any extra strands at the end.  No sense in doing any extra sewing! 

Hang from a hook on your ceiling.  I used the fishing line tied in a knot at the top and just slipped it over the hook a few times.  I am so pleased with how it turned out!!  I think this could be for any girl’s room.  Baby to teenager!

Y’all let me know if you make one and send pics!  I would love to see em!

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Dollar store rose petals combine with embroidery hoops to make a gorgeous rose petal chandelier for any room or even a wedding!


  1. says

    I saw this over at the Under the Table party and just had to come see how you did it. Love it! I saw something similar on Design Sponge but I like your version way better~

  2. says

    Olá, Angie.
    Adorei esse tutorial.
    Não sei se aqui no Brasil encontramos essas pétalas, mas ainda assim amei a ideia.
    Vou guardá-la para usar assim que possível, e vou colocar um link no meu blog para o seu, falando sobre essa luminária, ok ?
    Obrigada por compartilhar.

  3. TiffanyM says

    I’m in the middle of making this right now! :) If i think i will make it with the pink petals next time! :) I’ll share pictures when finishd!

  4. says

    thanks for showing this project!!! I am currently trying to figure out how to make a capiz shell (short) chandy for our office- this makes a lot more sense than what I was thinking of doing! Thanks for sharing! found you through the CSI project!

  5. says

    When I saw the first photo I could not tell for sure if it was yours or a catalog. Brilliant idea to use rose petals…genius! Glad you added this to my party :)

  6. says

    What are your recommendations for making this on a larger scale? I love this but i am not for sure about the measurements. I am wanting to use this for my wedding alter. I was thinking instead of 9 rose doing 18… thoughts?


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