Tissue paper lanterns
Add handles to your lantern. Make sure the four pieces of yarn are of equal length or your lantern will hang crookedly. Keep the top portion of the balloon near the knot free from glue and tissue paper so you can get your LED candle inside.
Time to have fun! Overlap the edges of the paper as you cover the balloon. It will look a lot like a colorful little basket!
Brush glue over entire piece of tissue paper, saturating it and covering the edges as you did with the filter.
Kids of all ages will be able to do this craft, though the littlest ones might need some help. If it is, and the lantern is still attached to the balloon, cut the top of the balloon off, deflate it and peel it out of the lantern.
Be careful not to poke someone or bang the walls and furniture as you make your way outside and into the night.
Diy paper lanterns
Have you had any fun nighttime experiences with your kids? Start with a thick layer of glue on the bottom of the balloon. Attach your balloon to a hanger with a clothespin or twine. When the lantern comes off of the balloon, it will be a little bit dented. I even got to bring my daughter Maya to work with me when she was a baby! Overlap the edges of the paper as you cover the balloon. If you go too fast, you may tear holes in your lantern. Keep the top portion of the balloon near the knot free from glue and tissue paper so you can get your LED candle inside. Grab a stick and slide it under the knotted handles of your lantern. The wet paper is delicate. The lanterns are colorful at sunset. It will look a lot like a colorful little basket! Check after two days to see if your lantern is dry.
The activity itself will take anywhere from 15 — 30 minutes. Gather supplies and cut tissue paper into small, manageable blocks.
Crepe paper lantern
Check after two days to see if your lantern is dry. A happy group of about 20 little kids walked the labyrinth, ate cake and got to make their very own stained glass lanterns. Overlap the edges of the paper as you cover the balloon. Stir in a tablespoon of water and mix well. Prep the jars by wrapping the wire around the neck of the jar then attaching a second piece of wire for the handle. Supplies Needed: Pint sized canning jar or similar sized, empty food jar with labels completely removed Colored tissue paper Washable, non-toxic school glue mixed half glue with half water Thin gauge garden wire for a handle Small foam paint brush Tea light candle Time: Prep should take no longer than 15 minutes depending on how many lanterns you are prepping. Use a clothesline, shower rod, hook or chandelier to hang your balloon up to dry. This makes it easier for little hands to work with and easier to curve the pieces around the balloon without too many wrinkles.
When the balloon starts to shrink, the lantern may fall off. When the lantern comes off of the balloon, it will be a little bit dented.
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