How to Decorate Your Chandy for Fall

Fall Decorated Chandelier - I bought these colorful Autumn leaves at Michael's Crafts intending to make an Autumn "tree" by using a real branch from outside but then I got the leaves home and I glued them onto everything I could find except the branch. I ran out of leaves. Maybe I'll go back and buy more so I can make the Fall Maple Tree. I redid this wreath posted HERE.
 And I glued them on a grapevine ball (which will be shown right here (ha ha) probably next week or really who knows when? Hopefully before the end of October. Okay, just kidding. I'll get the twiggy ball on the blog by next week.

These pretty leaves came on a garland. I just cut them right off and glued them all over...

THEN I SPOTTED THE CHANDELIER in all its plain-ness.
So, of course, I got the glue gun right up there. 
(If you decide to do this, maybe you should make sure the metal doesn't peel off or something. I wouldn't want to be the one who encouraged you to ruin your chandelier!)

I bought 2 swags with beads and leaves on them and I added these onto the chandelier also. I think they ramped it up a little bit.

The wire shows up dark on these pictures but it's not that noticeable in real life.

So what do you think? Is the chandelier cool, or what?
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I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

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