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3D Halloween Tissue Lantern Craft Kit

3D Halloween Tissue Lantern Craft Kit is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7.
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Makes 12

A boo-tiful craft kit for kids! Place battery-operated tea lights inside these DIY Halloween decorations to create a colorful and eerie glow. Featurin ...read more

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A boo-tiful craft kit for kids! Place battery-operated tea lights inside these DIY Halloween decorations to create a colorful and eerie glow. Featuring cardboard frames, tissue paper sheets in autumn colors and sheets of acetate to make them sturdy and stable, these lanterns are perfect for hanging from the porch on fright night or for using as party centerpieces. Includes tissue paper squares and acetate sheets. Paper. 4" x 7" Makes 12. All craft kit pieces are pre-packaged for individual use. Kits include instructions and extra pieces. © OTC 3D Halloween Tissue Lantern Craft Kit Template

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13747663

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Product Specs

  • Unit of Measure: Makes 12
  • Material: Cardstock, Paper

Ratings & Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from It turns out really cute! They look really cool when they are done, but pretty labor intensive and not recommended for a quick class party craft. More of an hour long art class or a take home to make craft. We used it for a class party, but did a lot of prep work at home first.
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! The kids loved it, the parents loved it, and the teacher loved it. This was a great craft that the students can take home and use for seasons to come. I bought cheap electric candles to put inside. They worked great. The project itself is time consuming, so it is helpful if you have everything prearranged. I separated all of the tissue paper because they were all stuck together and distributed some to each child. I put the lanterns together due to time constraints. The students were able to make their “glass” windows for each side and then tape then in once they were done. It was helpful that we did this during a Halloween party and there were a few parents there to help. I thought it was a fantastic craft!
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from You need table, staples, glue, & alot of time I bought this for a class craft for 3rd graders. I wanted a craft that was a little more challenging then the regular put together crafts I have bought in the past. I thought 3rd graders could handle this craft. They did it!! BUT it was just time consuming to do the craft then a bit of time consuming trying to figure out the "put it together" part of the craft. So first, gluing all those pieces of tissue paper on 4 plastic sheets.. took forever!! The kids even used glue sticks (which worked perfectly for this part of the craft)! Attaching the windows: We had to tape the plastic windows that had the tissue paper on them to the lantern. Glue wont hold them cause its too heavy. Putting it together: We taped the lanterns edges together cause the little strips of "sticky stuff" that was suppose to hold the later together is not thick or strong enough to do so. At the end we added a staple to the top handle part cause it wouldn't stay together. This craft is so cute! Even with the taped edges the kids took home a cute Halloween lantern. If you are doing this at home or maybe with a small group of kids and have time to take your time.. and are ok with taping the edges its a 5 star craft. If you are looking for a classroom craft to be done in a short amount time (under 20 minutes). This is not the craft for you. Definitely only a 3 star rating.
Date published: 2018-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So cute our kids will love Purchased for our before and afterschool kids to do. They absolutely love these little crafts. This one is really fun as we purchased the little LED candles to put in them. When they were finished we sat in the dark and enjoyed the spookiness! Thanks OTC for the opportunity.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent craft for the season I used this craft with a group of 2nd graders. Of course some could do it on their own while others need help. The kids needed about a half hour for the glueing and forming the frame. I then taped in the "windows" for them afterward. Be sure to fold frame on the crease lines to avoid bending and ripping. "Windows" need to be taped inside on each corner or they will curl in on themselves. My kids made the extras at home and enjoyed putting battery tea lights inside and using them in the dark.
Date published: 2017-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Turns out cute. Allow time to make it. I had this for my second graders Halloween party. It turned out cute. The parents at the party ended up jumping in to fold the lanterns into the correct position because we didn't allow enough time for the kids to do it themselves. We did use more tape to keep it all together.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too long to put together for any child event I bought this for my brownie/junior girl scout troop as a Halloween craft. I had 2 parents apply the glue to the plastic windows while the girls applied the tissue paper. You need to wait awhile for glue to dry. It took 3 adults assembling the lantern and taping in the windows or they wouldn't have been able to take them home that day. This project would require 2 days and an hour plus each day to assemble in a classroom. Window panes also started to curl when dry making it difficult to tape inside.
Date published: 2016-10-26
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Questions & Answers

Do I need Glue?

Asked by: TriciaB75
Yes.
Answered by: mmachens
Date published: 2017-01-07

Does the tissue paper stick to the acetate paper? Does the acetate paper have an adhesive backing or do you need glue to secure the tissue

If glue is needed, what kind of glue? Are glue dots ok? And how many dots per lantern ?
Asked by: MarSG
You would need to use glue to stick the tissue paper to the acetate paper. We would suggest using standard glue instead of glue dots since they are raised.
Answered by: OTCCustomerCareCenter
Date published: 2017-07-22

Where do you need to use the glue? And What kind of glue is needed? Glue dots? And how many glue dots per lantern are needed?

Asked by: MarSG
We did use a mixture of school glue and water to make it more runny then we smeared it all over the "window" so the tissue would stick. It dried clear.
Answered by: mmachens
Date published: 2017-01-07
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