Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Tea Light Lanterns: A Tutorial

Another tutorial I created is up at Project Wedding! I like to think of these as instant lanterns - in their unembellished form, they come together so easily from a few simple materials. These in particular remind me of an organdy dress, with their soft, ladylike details and cool simplicity. Make a batch for your next twilit summer celebration - you can find the full instructions and supplies list over at Project Wedding.

23 comments:

Katy said...

So adorable and simple to make! Trying to figure out where I might put a few of these just so I can make some! Blessings, Katy

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

That is so summery and lovely. I can't wait to make some up for myself, and as gifts for friends. Thanks for posting this.

Jen

amanda said...

so so pretty and cute. very nice and light and airy. wonderful! :)

koralee said...

These are lovely...i am always following you...your blog is amazing!! Happy day to you!

Hannah said...

Ooh! I love it! I shall have to do it. :)

nina said...

So pretty and elegant...nice job :-)

Melissa A. said...

These are so pretty and delicate. Great little idea you have.

Rebecca said...

yipee...these are amazing...thanks for the tutorial:)

trishiekoh said...

They are SO pretty...what a clever idea!

justthelittlethings said...

These are beautiful! Just what I needed for a late afternoon baby shower. Thanks! :)

Patricia Torres said...

soooooo pretty!! I must try!

Stacy's Designs 88 said...

OMG, you are a softer Martha! Great DIY project. So romantic and EZ. :)

blue moss said...

these are so so pretty thanks so much

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

These are SO stunning! I loved the way that you've wrapped them around the light (pure genius) and they're so simple but so incredibly elegant. WOWza! :O)

Suzannah said...

wow your blog is *so* pretty i've definatley become a follower <3

Gina said...

Beautiful!!!

vintageindie said...

These are beautiful!

MichCherie said...

I've been looking for a new crafty project and this is it! Thank you so much for posting this. You've done such a beautiful job :)

Sarah Chen said...

Thanks for sharing!
it's really a good idea, i'll make some to decorate my home party next time.

Ms. B said...

So elegant but simple at the same time, and I love any excuse to use grosgrain ribbon! Thanks for the post!

xo

Jennifer
http://milliedeel.blogspot.com/

Little Lovables said...

these are so lovely!

Joanna Goddard said...

gorgeous! what a beautiful idea! xo

Alina said...

all i have to say is you're incredibly talented and martha would be proud!

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