Thursday, February 4, 2016

Prima Lanties and a nursery

Hey friends-
Today, I wanted to share some pics I took with my brother, in Lili Wren's nursery with the new Lanties. Prima sent me a set to try out and I knew they would look perfect in her room. 

These lovely lights are battery operated and they come in several styles (14 to be exact). The set I got is called Green House. The shades are made of a really strong coated paper, patterned with little buds of pink flowers. They can be displayed just about anywhere your heart desires!

I had to show them to her and see what she thought! She LOVED them- and tried to eat them. This photo gives you an idea of the size per lantern.  

They take three AA batteries and I can honestly say-they light up a lot brighter than I thought they would. The lanterns never got warm-they stay cool to the touch at all times.

We tried them out in three different ways to see how they would look in her room. First, we hung them loosely on her mirror above her dresser. I love how they look lit up against the glass and the setting is so sweet with the handmade dolls by Dawn's mom.

Next, we decided to hang them across the window on the curtain rod.  I personally think they look great even when they aren't lit because of the design and colors of the little shades. 

Here is a shot with them lit up. This was difficult to photograph with the light in the window but I think in this photo, you get the idea. 

Ok, so this third idea-we went a little crazy
We thought it would be fun to hang them on the metal birdcage shelf and it was!  I attached them with wooden clothes pins and framed in the shelf...

The beautiful strings of decorative lights will be shipping out to stores in just a couple of weeks. 
Here are a couple more of my favorite designs-Mason Jars with cork tops, Mercury Glass style light bulbs and Paper Maps....

I could see any of these used for photo shoots, birthday parties, weddings and more...the possibilities are endless!

Thanks for stopping by-have a great day!
xoxo Cari

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