A polish chandelier, known as pajaki (Polish for spiders of straw) traditionally decorative piece combines the best of both worlds; pretty décor with practical purpose. It is designed to brighten up the space with bold spring blooms during the long winter. Mostly, it is made from reeds, tissue paper and foil. These ornate decorations can be made from many supplies found at your local craft store and here are some tips for you.
If you use tissue paper, cut all the tissue paper circles ahead of time and make sure that you have enough of each color to complete the pattern that you choose. Martha Steward Fringe scissors are the best; it cut through multiple layers of tissue to make the tassels and were so easy. Use sturdy yarn or thread for the base of the pajaki; stiff cord would be nice too. And now, take a look at these 30 ideas of DIY polished chandelier planter to make your own below. Have fun!