These festive little fairy-light lanterns are perfect for brightening up any indoor or outdoor space. Bring on summer soirees!
Suzelle and Marianne invited a new friend to the studio for their latest how-to video. Ross Symons, aka White on Rice, is a Cape Town-based origami artist who can work wonders with a piece of paper. (Follow him on Instagram @white_onrice for some origami inspiration.) But don’t let his masterpieces make you nervous – trust Suzelle to make complicated paper art look easy and doable!
Here’s what you’ll need:
– Some paper
– Washi tape in various colours
– A string of fairy lights
– Your hands!
Now let’s get folding! Watch the video for step-by-step instructions:
You can use these fairy-light lanterns to prettify your indoor or outdoor braai area or decorate your Christmas tree (or even a tree in your garden – use battery-operated lights for less hassle). Or simply place them inside a big glass bowl on the dinner table to have them double as a centrepiece and soft lighting.