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DIY Wax Paper Lantern Project | All Too Lovely

What a creative idea! I just love these DIY wax paper lantern project that is so simple to do and a great decor you can add to any room! These lanterns give off just the right amount of light to create an ambiance of comfort and relaxation!

I want to make these with pressed flowers from this summer :)

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How to Make a Bookmark Pressing Flowers With an Iron, done this to make wrapping paper

How to Make a Bookmark Pressing Flowers With an Iron, done this to make wrapping paper ~ **Pressed flowers make lovely & lasting bookmarks ~ I still have one that I bought on a school trip back in 1980 that I sometimes use, and it still looks great**

DIY Photo Lantern. These would make great table numbers/centerpieces at a wedding

I did this project today and it worked beautifully! All you need is: a lantern, 4 black/white vertical pictures, vellum/translucent paper & double-stick tape.

microwave flower pressing

PROJECT Pressing Flowers with Janie Picked at their peak and then preserved, pressed flowers offer a wonderful way to savor the beauty of summer long after its blooms have faded from the garden.

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All Things Laser Cut - Laser Cut Luminary Lanterns perfect for creating a stunning party entry, wedding aisle, or add table numbers

WAX PAPER CRAYON LANTERN: Wax Paper {any brand should work great} Crayons in multiple colors Craft Sticks {I got mine from CraftProjectIdeas.com} Iron Scrap Paper or Newspaper  (tute)

artsy-fartsy mama: DIY Wax Paper Lantern - I've used sharpies instead of crayon wax to avoid the use of an iron

I'm super keen on these illuminated houses. They'd add a touch of magic to any corner of your home, but this has got to be one of the best ideas for a kids' night light arrangement I can imagine. I'm picturing a mini village displayed on a bureau or a couple of dreamy chateaus erected on a bedside table. Such a clever and simple concept; plus, a snap to make.

DIY Houses by Night - cut out a picture of a house or castle, carefully cut out windows, and wrap around a flameless candle. So pretty. This would be great to do for friends - with a picture of their house, in black & white or sepia tones