Chocolate Chandelier DIY

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Make a chocolate bunny chandelier for Easter and then eat it! Watch the short video tutorial here:

Step 1

Recycled cardboard
Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint (I used Remembrance)
4 chocolate bunnies
Jelly beans
Plastic eggs
(8 small, 4 medium, 6 large)
Easter grass
Glue gun
Craft knife
Hole punch

Step 2

Trace your pattern on cardboard
*You'll need two single pieces and one piece cut on the fold
Cut 8 quarter circles about 1 1/2" each
Paint everything with Americana Decor Chalky Finish
Hot glue the pieces together

Step 3

Add hot glue to a cardboard disk and glue on plastic Easter grass to make a small nest
Add a large plastic egg to the center and surround it with jelly beans
*You need to make 4 of these nests
Take 4 small plastic eggs and glue Easter grass to the base of each
Make a large nest with hot glue and Easter grass with a large egg in the center
*This large nest will be for the center of the chandelier
Embellish the chandelier with a matching color of paint if you want
Add the nests with the large eggs to the arms of the chandelier

Step 4

Glue the small eggs with Easter grass to the curve on the chandelier
*Refer to the beauty shot for placement
Glue 8" long pieces of ribbon to 4 small, 4 medium and 1 large egg
Punch holes in the bottom of the chandelier
Hang the eggs from the holes
Glue peeps on the chandelier with a hot glue gun
Add the large nest to the center of the chandelier with more hot glue
Hang from ribbon
Open the large eggs on the nests and fill with chocolate bunnies

Step 5

Here is your pattern guide. I made mine 18" high

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