If you have ever seen the Disney movie Tangled then you’ll remember the floating lantern festival from the movie. The lantern festival is a real thing. There are a few all over the world with the original and largest being in Thailand. Here are a few tips for using them: It takes a few people to set off each one. One person needs to hold it while the other lights. You hold them while they warm up and they become warm enough to float.
There are lots of sources online for these, including right here. Would you ever use floating lanterns at your event?
- How to Make Paper Chinese Lanterns (answers.com)
- Jinju Lantern Festival (chancealbergphoto.wordpress.com)
- DIRECTIONS for DIY Disney Tangled Inspired Floating lanterns – step 1 (recessionhome.wordpress.com)
- In pictures: Chinese mark Lantern Festival (bbc.co.uk)
- Chinese New Year 2012: Lantern Festival Marks End of Lunar Year Celebrations [PHOTOS] (ibtimes.com)
- Castles, temples and boats light up China’s night skies as magnificent fireworks display kicks off International Lantern Festival (dailymail.co.uk)
- Japanese Festival – Setsubun Mantoro (socyberty.com)
- Seoul Lantern Festival 2011 (nvduc.wordpress.com)
- [NEWS] ABSOLUTE DARLING – Wish Everyone Happy Lantern Festival – Chinese Valentaine’s Day 6_2_12 (kvanessach.wordpress.com)
- Jessie: Dragon for Lantern Festival unveiled – Taipei Times (taipeitimes.com)
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