You may say that a lantern is an old-fashioned piece, that it’s not modern but a lantern makes the space cozier, it brings light, warmth and comfort, it’s a cool idea for Christmas. You can make some yourselves: of metal, of mason jars, of wood or paper. Buy some ready traditional lanterns of glass and black metal and put some candles and Christmas ornaments inside – they would look very holiday-like. Such lanterns may be used both inside and outside – and the candles won’t be snuffed out. An unusual idea is an ice lantern which is great for outdoors and looks so exciting! Put some cranberry into ice and the amazing look will be provided! Decorating with pinecones, snowflakes and faux snowballs made of felt is right what you need. Have a look at the pictures below and get inspired!
Hang some rustic lanterns on a tree branch and you've got yourself beautiful fall-winter piece of decor. Add some ornaments to it to make it Christmas ready.
Even though it'd require some carving skills and lots of tools but lanterns made of tree trunk pieces would become the best part of your holiday decor. They are perfect to add a rustic and cozy touch to any interior. Don't forget to add some paper snowflakes on the windows.
Cranberries is a perfect addition to any lanterns you use for your holiday decor.
White lanterns looks extremely great with all these reds and greens.
If you lanterns are big enough, stuff them with Christmas ornaments!
There are many cool ways to make DIY winter paper lanterns. Just make sure to use LED candles instead of traditional ones.
Even very simple luminaries looks great when there are several of them arranged on a mantel.
There are lots of ways to make lanterns for Christmas. The most simple one is simply to cut them from paper. Although you should choose the paper in seasonal colors!
Do you have a side table on your porch? If so, then an arrangement that consists of candle lanterns, evergreen and presents would be perfect for it.
Add a few Christmas-inspired flourishes to your lanterns to make them look more seasonal.
A bunch of glowing lanterns on front steps is a great way to welcome your guests for a festive dinner.
Arrange a grouping of festive lanterns at your front steps is a cool last minute holiday decoration idea.
Hanging planter baskets with Christmas lights are perfect things to dress up your garden for holidays.
Don't like candles? Stuff your lanterns with cranberries and evergreens!
Frozen luminaries with little berries are perfect if you live in really cold region.
The cool thing about lanterns that you can put them on some surface or you can hang them.