Christmas Lantern

December 5th, 2011 in projects     
annebell Suzanne Halverson, contributor
14 users recommend

This was a super fast project. 
I already had the lantern and the trees. I found the little deer and a farm and ranch store.
I hot glued the trees and the deer to a piece of card stock I cut to size. It was easiest to place the glass chimney over them and then place the chimney in the lantern.
Once everything was in place, I added Epsom salts from the top to make it look like snow. 
When Christmas is over, it will be easy to dismantle and save for next year. 
This was a super fast project. 

This was a super fast project. 


This project only took about 20 minutes. It brings a smile to my face every time I look at it. 


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posted in: projects, seasonal, vintage, centerpiece, glass, whimsical, white, green, red

Comments (12)

SantaClaus writes: Santa loves this!
Posted: 8:56 am on March 2nd
dragonflytreasures writes: Love this! Clever Posted: 11:12 am on December 19th
gadgetsponge writes: It definitely pulls you right into it. Great idea for those cool lanterns out there! Posted: 7:45 am on December 10th
CottageElements writes: Wow! Great job on this, Suzanne. I love how simple and clean it looks. You've got the touch!

Lani Posted: 7:21 pm on December 7th
JunkSituation writes: Elegant, and fun to look at for any age! Can't wait to see how you fill it in spring ;)
Tammy Posted: 6:28 am on December 7th
chippingcharm writes: Love it...simply perfect :) laurel Posted: 4:35 am on December 7th
BlueBarnBird writes: Love the lantern idea. I made a bunch of these dry globes today with the mason jars. (antros were $$$$). They are almost as cute as yours Posted: 6:47 pm on December 6th
Delma writes: OH PLEASE! That is absolutely cool! Posted: 3:17 pm on December 6th
JunkArchitect writes: What a simple yet stunning creation! I need to follow your lead and not spend weeks on one project. Twenty minutes seems much more manageable.

Merry Christmas!

Jim
Posted: 8:10 am on December 6th
primitiveandproper writes: i adore this project! suzanne is so clever! Posted: 6:33 am on December 6th
JunqueGRL writes: Very cute! Love the doorknobs and is that a gauge? :) Posted: 4:53 am on December 6th
suewhitney writes: Darling!!! I love the crisp white mixed with simple greens. It's just right...not overdone! The cash register numbers in the doorknobs are cool too!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 4:41 am on December 6th
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