This “do it yourself” project rustic pendant lighting is rewarding but time consuming and creates a mess. Clear a large space and cover the surface with a canvas or newspaper. Draw a circle on the ball (or balloon). Use something round (for example a container) to guide you in the stroke. This will end up being the hole where you will install the bulb (or change it), so make sure it is large enough so that your hand easily enters while holding the bulb. Make the mixture sticky.
This should have a large amount of white glue, a handful or two of cornstarch and a little warm water. You will have achieved it when it has the consistency of a thick cream. Use a deep bowl or tray. Wet the cheap rustic chandeliers rope in the sticky mixture. Do it a meter or two at a time, pressing with your thumb and forefinger to remove the excess. Cut a piece of wire. If you have an old lamp shade somewhere, look at what constitutes your skeleton.
You can easily get a wire from there. If not, go to the nearest hardware store. Fix the cable and assemble your rustic pendant light fixtures. Take the final part of the cable and wrap it around the edge of the opening in your new lamp shade. Then, take the middle part and wrap it around the base of the lamp, and twist the other edge over the ball.