Wow! Doesn't it look great!?
Now that you have secured your entire globe of stick glory, you can either go ahead and hang that baby, or add a little eye candy. It's really up to you at this point. For my chandelier, I used an over-sized energy efficient bulb that I found at the local Habitat For Humanity store. I also decided to add a couple spots of thicker twine to mine just for kicks. One way to do that is to take two pieces of twine and roll them together into one thick piece and wrap a section with it. If you have a drill lying around then you can do this really quickly. Just take out your drill bit, and insert the two ends of twine where your bit was. Then tighten your drill around them and spin! Fun and easy!
If you feel comfortable hanging the lamp yourself, then go for it. Here's a pretty good tutorial on how to do that
. If not, don't be a hero. You can always let an electrician take care of it for you. It won't make you or your lamp any less cool.
Enjoy the new sensual, woodsy, DIY vibes that your room takes on. I hope you had fun making them.
I'd love to see how your big, beautiful, green chandelier turns out. Feel free to email me some pics or any questions you have. I may even make the last page of this tutorial a gallery of sorts if anyone wants to show off.
Be safe and have fun.