11+ DIY Jellyfish Lanterns
Jellyfish lanterns are lighting arrangements in the shape of jellyfish and they employ paper lanterns for the body and paper streamers or other thin strips for the tentacles. They look beautiful and you can use them for interior or outdoor décor. They are easy on your pocket and don’t require much of your time. You would love the looks of it once they are completed.
1. Paper Lantern Jellyfish Tutorial
If you are planning an under the sea or mermaid theme for a party, you could think about decorating with jellyfish lanterns. The project is beginner-friendly.
White paper lanterns give a serene look to the DIY jellyfish. If you don’t want the plain white look, you can go for red paper lanterns. They jazz things up and could be the talking point of your party.
3. How Do You Make Jellyfish Paper Lanterns
These snazzy jellyfish lanterns are made out of paper lanterns and crepe paper streamers. You can make them in coordinating colors if you wish or just go for a single color.
These DIY jellyfish paper lanterns would look great as outdoor decorations. The project uses paper lanterns and a tablecloth as supplies. The tablecloth is cut into thin strips and ruffled for making the tentacles of the jellyfish.
5. White Chinese Jellyfish Lanterns
6. Blue Jellyfish Hanging Lanterns
Bright crepe paper streamers hanging from paper lanterns cut in half make for a lovely sight. You can crumple the crepe paper while decorating the lanterns.
If you are upcycling an old paper lantern from the thrift store, you can arrange for temporary lighting by placing glow sticks inside the lanterns.
7. Tutorial for Jellyfish Lantern
8. Colorful Jellyfish Made From Paper Lanterns
9. Attractive Jellyfish Made Out Of Paper Lantern
10. Making Snazzy Jellyfish from Paper Lanterns
11. Pastel Jellyfish Lantern Made From Paper
Do these for your next party and be ready for ample compliments on your craft. They can be in bright or pastel shades as per your liking. You can give a neat trim to your paper lantern by crumpling a crepe paper and gluing it along the edge. It would add to the looks of the jellyfish lantern.
Published on August 31st 2019 by Peyton Derrida
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