With the festive season round the corner, you must be engrossed in deep thoughts as in how to give your home a creative and different look. If you have had a stint with colorful lanterns made from several things to brighten up your home, then consider making some more, this time with the leftover yarns from your knitting project. Here are a host of interesting DIYs to make your task more convenient.
If you have a plush garden with lots of trees, then have these beautiful lanterns hanging on them. Add fairy lights to get a gorgeous look.
These colorful lanterns in the shape of an egg would be a fantastic Easter décor idea.
If you have arranged for an outdoor wedding party, then you can opt for bigger-sized balloons and make lanterns hang around your garden, following the steps from the given tutorial. To maintain the wedding fervor red and white balloons may be opted.
Wrapping the yarn around the balloon entirely in a horizontal and vertical way brings out the perfect shape.
Going for tea lights or votives would help illuminate your lantern as well as prevent the hazard of catching fire.
This large lantern, set on top of your dining area would give your living room a unique look.
With Halloween around the corner, this pumpkin-styled lantern, made by wrapping yarn around a balloon base, would look beautiful, when hanging from the ceiling.
The gold yarn adds to its magnificence.
Rather than hanging them as lanterns, you may also grace your table by arranging them as a centerpiece.
During Christmas, you can choose green and red yarn to bring in the festive mood.
Apply sufficient amount of glue to the yarn to help it attain a stable structure.
What makes this simple lantern more attractive is the small basket attached to it.
Whether it be your wedding reception or birthday, then making a chandelier with the yarn lanterns would indeed be a fabulous idea.
Hope these DIYs would be of sufficient aid in helping you to design bright and enticing yarn lanterns to illuminate your home during the festive season.
Published on October 8th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs