Magic Lanterns

Magic Lanterns

Creative Projects for Making and Decorating Lanterns for Indoor and Out

Book - 2002
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Before electricity, candles and oil lamps were the primary source of light in the home. The lanterns housing these light sources provided protection from fire and served as wondrous decorative pieces. Today, lanterns have once again become popular for their ability to bring a touch of warmth and comfort into the home.With Magic Lanterns, readers will explore dozens of easy projects that require no experience or special skill, just a desire to be creative. Many of the projects rely on recycled materials and are therefore inexpensive to produce. The range of lanterns varies from the simple painted jar suspended on a string to huge illuminated bamboo, wire and fabric carnival floats.
Publisher: Cincinnati : North Light Books, 2002
ISBN: 9781581802481
158180248X
Branch Call Number: 745.5933/MAG 4565 1

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Jun 14, 2008

Like the title says, projects for lanterns. Cool ideas, safety precautions, none of the projects looks too difficult, results are attractive, I can think of a lot of interesting variations.

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Jun 14, 2008

techniques and projects for making a variety of lanterns for your garden out of simple materials. Instructions look good, as do results.

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