There is something wonderful about lights and lanterns now the dark nights are drawing in and this fab roundup of fantastic Fall DIY lanterns and lights are brought to you in conjunction with Festive Lights.
Festive Light gifted us some of their brilliant products over the summer, but they have really come into their own over the last month not the darker evenings are here and I want to share them with you along fantastic DIYl DIY lanterns and lights as one of the things we received was a pack of battery operated tealights, which we use in our jar lanterns.
We were also sent some solar power festoon lights and these are just so beautiful and are lovely to look out to when I am washing up as we placed them along the back fence. It is so hard to photograph lights! In addition to these we also have a beautiful wooden battery powered lantern that we use in our garden. This wooden battery powered lantern is fab as it has a setting where it comes on automatically at the same time each night and turns off after a set time. Perfect for providing a glow when Alvin goes outside on an evening.
With the dark nights here our outdoor lights and lanterns are really coming in to their own. This wooden battery powered lantern is fab as it has a setting where it comes on automatically at the same time each night and turns off after a set time. Perfect for providing a glow when Alvin goes outside on an evening. ??I start to obsess about lighting at this time of year as really miss the summer light! Do you light up your garden? #momsoninstagram #gotitfree #epig #kbn #gardenlight
We also have a small dome lamp, which the husbeast loves. He has always said that he loves old fashioned light bulbs and the dome lamp shows the beauty of the light bulb filaments, but also fits in with my design style.
So back to those battery operated tealights. Now we have children and an animal these are all we use around the house and have replaced real flame tealights. They are perfect for Halloween lanterns and look really effective they would look perfect in any of these fantastic fall DIY lanterns or luminaries.
15 Fantastic Fall DIY Lanterns and Lights
- Leaf scribble lantern. I love how inclusive this lantern is, perfect for making with little ones and older children too.
- Cheese Box leaf lanterns. You do not need to press your leaves for these leaf lanterns, which means you can get creating after you have collected.
- Leaf Lanterns. I find the the way this lantern focuses on the beautiful of a single leaf really delightful.
- Dodecahedron star lantern. Oh these are so beautiful and you could mix it up by using different colours.
- Autumn Leaf Mason Jar Lanterns. These look brilliant and you would never guess that they are made with fake leaves.
- Heart leaf lanterns. I have never thought about using a punch to cut our shapes from leaves. It is so effective and I think these are my favorites.
- Turkey Leaf lanterns. I love how these turkeys have been fashioned out of autumn leaves.
- Sweater lanterns. I am now scouring charity shops for the perfect jumper to make some of these for gifts.
- Leaf relief jar lantern. These are just beautiful and I adore all the colours.
- Give Thanks Jar. This is so simple and I think that really is its charm.
- Be Thankful Jar. This is being used as a vase, but it would look beautiful with a tea light in.
- Fall tree luminary jar – it would be wonderful to have one of these for all the seasons.
- Pinecone luminaries – Perfect for sharing your beautiful treasures.
- Gold Fall Luminary – I adore the gold on this lantern. This is so beautiful even when not lit up.
- Pumpkin Jar Luminaries. Now these are just totally adorable and kids will want to make a whole pumpkin patch.
Super fab round up of ideas. All so very beautiful! Thank you for including our leaf lanterns! Much appreciated 🙂
This is a lovely collection! Thank you for including my “Turkey Leaf Lanterns” and “Heart Leaf Lanterns.” I’m looking forward to trying some of these other beauties!
I love these, going to have a go at making some with the kids over the next few weeks x
Love these ideas. Autumn is a brilliant season for crafts with all the natural materials around for us to use. All my fave colours too x
My son has been learning about autumn and its colours at school this week so I’m sure we will be out hunting for leaves for projects soon.