Happy Tuesday! Tomorrow is the official start to winter but boy it is cold already! Today I thought I’d share how I decorate one of my chandeliers for Christmas. It is so easy and so pretty! Come see!
This vintage chandelier in my kitchen is one of my all time favorites! I’ve shared the history behind this sparkly beauty before and I love how it looks all through the year. But at Christmas, it gets a little extra bling! Here is how it looks on a regular basis:
And this is how I decorate it for Christmas! I bought eight red berry rings several years ago at a local lighting store. I love the bright red and the glitter on the berries with just a touch of green leaves peaking through. This year when I pulled them out of storage I noticed that some of the red had chipped off of the berries leaving chunks of white showing. NOT okay. So I pulled out my favorite red fingernail polish (OPI Red Hot Rio) and painted the white specks red again. It worked like a charm!!
Once the fingernail polish was dry, I slipped each berry ring over the candle. So pretty and festive! Uh-oh, I see I missed a few sports! Better whip out the fingernail polish again!
I temporarily replaced the bottom crystal with a huge crystal with mistletoe. I bought this several years ago at the Hallmark store. It easily attaches using an ornament hook.
And here it is all dressed up and ready for Christmas!
Once in a while I switch up the berry rings with gold ribbons and bows, but this look is my favorite! Do you decorate your lights for Christmas? Thanks so much for stopping by! Stay warm! xoxo Dell