Autumn Leaves Lantern

A craft to brighten up your day,
close the curtains, turn off the lights & read a book by the light of a couple of these beautiful lanterns!

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You will need:

dried leaves,
tissue paper
cardboard paper

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How to :

Cut your tissue paper into a square,
glue the leaves onto the top half, fold over the bottom & glue it together.

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cut a circle out of the cardboard, fold up the edges & glue your tissue paper around the circle,
this is the bottom of your lantern.

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Place a glass jar inside , light a candle & carefully place it inside the jar,
enjoy!

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Have a beautiful day!

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13 Responses to Autumn Leaves Lantern

  1. Marina says:

    So Lovely! Thank you for the instructions, these will be so sweet on our nature table!

  2. Delightful as always! :-) I’m really itching to get our home & retrieve our things from Colorado so we can start crafting again! Autumn is always my favorite creative time…

  3. Elise says:

    Makes for some cozy reading. Thank you for sharing this idea.

  4. Tammy says:

    Oh these are very pretty! I will have to make one with Kayla. Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial with us. :)

  5. sarah says:

    ja, das sieht sicher aus, wenn dein haus abgefackelt ist, ruf an.

  6. This is so lovely. The perfect fall activity!

    Lisa :)

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  9. Kelly says:

    This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing this lovely idea!

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  11. Jess Farris says:

    Hi there!

    Jess here, from AllFreeKidsCrafts.com. I wanted to let you know that I featured your project in our Link Love post on FaveCraftsBlog.com for our Summer Camp Week roundup to accompany the daily giveaways. You can see the post here: http://www.favecraftsblog.com/link-love-summer-camp-kids-crafts/

    Thanks for sharing! What an incredible idea!

    Jess Farris

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