Create an enchanting retreat in a corner of your yard with an outdoor chandelier you can make in an hour. All you need is a wire basket, a few jam jars, and some pretty crystals.Pick out a wire basket with a handle and a flat base. (We\u0027ve seen them in home and garden shops such as Crate \u0026amp; Barrel, online auctions, and thrift stores.) It\u0027s great to find one designed to hold glassware or small pots \u0026#8213; the built-in partitions will hold your jars in place.Then hang crystals from the base and top; for a real Cinderella look, loop two strands of glass beads across the bottom. Seattle\u0027s Swanky Nest (425\/432-4893) has a great selection of baubles.Attach your outdoor chandelier to a patio roof or tree with a length of matching chain (or use a metal plant hanger). When you\u0027re seated, it should float just above eye level.Pop tea lights or votives into the jars, light the candles, and enjoy the glow.