Lay the drop sheet on the ground or table – wherever you'd like to work. You can also use newspaper if you don't have one.
Put on your safety glasses, rubber gloves and face mask. Grab your white spray paint and prime each branch. Once you have covered your entire tree branch in spray paint, let it dry for at least two hours. It's best to check the back of your spray paint can for exact timings.
When your tree branch is dry, apply two coats of the metallic gold paint, leaving time after each coat to dry.
While the branches are drying, open up your box of curtain lights and unravel them. Be sure to place batteries in each pack.
Once you're sure that the tree branch is dry, it's time to wrap your fairy lights around and create your chandelier. Wrap each branch a couple of times and then let the fairy lights dangle from the tree.
When you're happy with the way the chandelier looks, you'll need to attach fishing wire. Depending on how low you want your chandelier to hang, cut the wire at a length of 2 metres (or more).
Loop this under one branch and tie a knot at the top. Repeat this on another branch. You may need to apply more wire if your branches are on the heavy side.
Choose a place to hang your chandelier. Grab the step ladder and apply the clear adhesive hooks to the ceiling at the point you'd like to hang your chandelier.
You may need to use a few, depending on the weight of your branches. Make sure you have a friend or family member hold the base of the ladder while in use.
Wait for the hooks to stick before hanging anything on them.
Carefully hang your tree branch from the ceiling hooks with the attached wire.
Now it's time to plug in and turn on the fairy lights, using an extension lead if necessary.