Lanterns are amazing not only for candles as we are all used to see them, you may create fantastic decor items for any holiday and season with them. How to style a lantern for Christmas? Take a look at the ideas we’ve gathered for you!
You may create a whole winter scene inside your lantern for Christmas! Use mini trees, fake now, cars carrying trees, people, deer and snowmen, LEDs and other stuff that is associated with Christmas for you. You may even go for a plaid chair with an ottoman and lights for a cozy wintry-like feel.
an oversized lantern with cotton, cardboard houses, fake trees and LEDs feels very wintry-like
a Christmas lantern with a winter scene, people, snowmen, a car and lots of trees
a Christmas lantern with a winter scene, snowmen, trees, LEDs and fake snow is adorable
a large lantern with a wintry look, a plaid chair with an ottoman and a tree with lights
a vintage lantern with a snowy scenery, trees, a street lamp and a car plus additional light
Wanna go modern and laconic? Make a lantern filled with LEDs! No need for candles, keep it light-filled. Put pinecones or ornaments or both inside the lantern, add a bow on top. LEDs will help here to make a statement and highlight your pinecones/ ornaments. If you don’t want to fill your lantern with anything, just paint something on the glass.
a black lantern filled with ornaments and lights is a very easy to realize idea
a chic white Christmas lantern with ornaments, pinecones and a deer silhouette
a duo of lanterns with LEDs inside is a simple modern idea for Christmas, great as a last-minute craft
a lantern with no glass with some bright ornaments hanging inside and ribbon bows on top
a shabby chic lantern styled for beach Christmas, with ornaments and shells plus starfish
a shabby chic lantern with evergreens, ornaments and lights is a very festive-like idea