DIY these fantastic lanterns made from twigs, white tissue paper, cardboard, leaves or pine needles and flameless tea light candles to celebrate the winter solstice. http://www.ehow.com/info_12340251_diy-winter-solistice-lanterns.html?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=inline
another luminaria idea...easy with tissue paper strips, white glue mixed with water, a balloon and dried flowers!
Tissue paper lanterns. These could be gorgeous, if done with printed tissue paper, or with lace embedded in the layers, or rice paper, or lokta paper, or with fabric. #bohemian
Woolly Twig Stars
Woolly Twig Stars, a Christmas ornament craft for kids
Dragonflies using maple seeds and twigs ~ Beautiful and you should see the flowers her kids did too
I love all kinds of CANDLES! For more decor and ideas check out http://www.partylite.biz/legacy/sites/nikkihendrix/productcatalog?page=productlisting.category&categoryId=58288&viewAll=true&showCrumbs=true
Twig and Toadstool: Mandala Sun Catchers
DIY Winter Solstice Lanterns
Winter solstice has been celebrated all over the world for thousands of years. It occurs on the shortest day and longest night. Although this is often the first day of winter, it also promises the return of the sun after an extended period of darkness. By using yard clippings and a few simple tools, you can create a nature inspired lantern to glow...