This is yet another great way to DIY your next party – decorating-party-lanterns with napkins, glitter, and Mod-hodgepodge. So easy!
Are you ready to get your summer party on? Not quite – you don’t have, party lanterns, yet! I love the party lanterns, but I love don’t always as they are simply white. So as I always do, I decided to jazz a with Mod-hodgepodge. If you want to know the truth, I’d never decoupaged with napkins before I get this project tried. It turned out not to be so hard! A little glitter and Mod smorgasbord, and I was good to go. Here’s how I decorated my paper-lantern.
DIY Party lanterns
Collect These Supplies
paper lantern(s) – these can be found online to save at Target, IKEA, or in packages at the dollar
Mod hodgepodge Satin (can be any formula for real)
napkins – as many as you need I have about 6
scissors or a die cutter
Glitter in your choice of shades
First, I cut the patterned part of the napkin from the back part. You tear careful, because the napkins are fragile, if you to separate data sheets.
I ran the napkin through my die cutter with floral forms. You can cut something out of the napkin you want. Now that I think about it, it would be fun just to do that, big polka-dots!
Mod-hodgepodge flowers Form on the lantern. My napkin pieces were so thin that I didn’t even Mod-smorgasbord in the Form.
just been down, carefully Mod Podged over the top and steeps. Be careful not to tear. Knocked down with the end of the brush helps.
When I was finished I covered the whole lantern with a Mod collection and drying. Rip did you know that it’s harder for the lanterns, covered after you’ve?
, Because I can’t leave anything alone, I decided to get fancy with a bit of glitter. I had a ultra-fine tip on my glue bottle, but you don’t necessarily.
Sprinkle glitter on their glue and shake off the excess.
you Admire your handiwork. You have only 29 more before you are ready for your outdoor party. See you there!