TROUBLE CHECKING OUT? CALL US ON 01844 217 060
ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARESOCIALLY RESPONSIBLECALL FOR FRIENDLY ADVICE 01844 217 060
Menu
Cart Drop Down
Delivery / Returns Policy

Delivery & Returns

We send most orders out within 24 hours, so you should receive yours in 3-5 days. If you need it urgently please select the Next Working Day or phone 01844 217060.

You can return your order to us within 30 days for a full refund.

Tree Lanterns 

Tree Lanterns 

No rating

Availability: In stock

£8.00
Tree Lanterns 
OR
  • In stock

  • /

    Estimated Delivery 2-5 days

  • /

    Next Day Delivery Available

  • Description

    This is a beautiful solution to the age old problem of what to do with all those jam jars. The answer is pop a nightlight into the jar and then drop one of these paper lanterns over the top.

    Each pack includes 3 lanterns with a reversible design.

    The paper is from a certified sustainable source and is acid and chlorine free. Printed with vegetable based inks.

    The lanterns fit over most jam jars. Each lantern is 15cm high and 9cm wide.

    Made in Holland.

  • Delivery

    We offer two types of delivery:

    • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
    • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

    For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

  • Reviews

    Write Your Own Review

    How do you rate this product? *

    1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
  • Meet the Producer

    Jurianne Matter

    Dutch paper designer inspired by folklore

    As a little girl Jurianne was already sure that she wanted to become an Inventor of Beautiful Things. She was forever decorating, drawing, constructing machines, cutting paper and making music all day long. Her creativity was nurtured at one of the first Waldorf Schools in Holland, where nature, art and spirituality are important values.

    After dabbling with several careers, Jurianne came 'home' in 1991 as one of the first students of the Interior Styling School at Artemis Academy in Amsterdam. Different jobs followed including a stint as a stylist at IKEA Amsterdam and then in 2004 something horrible happened that caused Jurianne to rethink. A dear friend and her mother died in the tsunami in December 2004.

    Sometime later, jurianne wanted to DO something, make a ritual that made her let go of the horror of the tsunami and just keep the beautiful memories of her friends lives. Jurianne's sons had the bright idea to make paper boats. They wrote down the beautiful memories on them and their names, but also the dreadful things about their death, then they let them go on the beautiful, clear little river near their house. The sun was shining, and there they went, the little wishboats that were to become the starting point for Jurianne's business.

    Since then Jurianne has designed paper angels, paper lanterns and paper flowers. Her main sources of inspiration are her childhood, almost forgotten folkloric traditions and rituals, nature, fabric and paper design. She has a preference for northern European design, colours and shapes and is deeply rooted in northern European culture. Her inspiration also comes from artists like Anish Kapoor, James Turrell, Johan Sebastian Bach and the 14th century artist Giotto.

Description
Delivery
Reviews
Meet the Producer

Description

This is a beautiful solution to the age old problem of what to do with all those jam jars. The answer is pop a nightlight into the jar and then drop one of these paper lanterns over the top.

Each pack includes 3 lanterns with a reversible design.

The paper is from a certified sustainable source and is acid and chlorine free. Printed with vegetable based inks.

The lanterns fit over most jam jars. Each lantern is 15cm high and 9cm wide.

Made in Holland.

Tell Me More

Delivery

We offer two types of delivery:

  • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
  • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Meet the Producer

Jurianne Matter

Dutch paper designer inspired by folklore

As a little girl Jurianne was already sure that she wanted to become an Inventor of Beautiful Things. She was forever decorating, drawing, constructing machines, cutting paper and making music all day long. Her creativity was nurtured at one of the first Waldorf Schools in Holland, where nature, art and spirituality are important values.

After dabbling with several careers, Jurianne came 'home' in 1991 as one of the first students of the Interior Styling School at Artemis Academy in Amsterdam. Different jobs followed including a stint as a stylist at IKEA Amsterdam and then in 2004 something horrible happened that caused Jurianne to rethink. A dear friend and her mother died in the tsunami in December 2004.

Sometime later, jurianne wanted to DO something, make a ritual that made her let go of the horror of the tsunami and just keep the beautiful memories of her friends lives. Jurianne's sons had the bright idea to make paper boats. They wrote down the beautiful memories on them and their names, but also the dreadful things about their death, then they let them go on the beautiful, clear little river near their house. The sun was shining, and there they went, the little wishboats that were to become the starting point for Jurianne's business.

Since then Jurianne has designed paper angels, paper lanterns and paper flowers. Her main sources of inspiration are her childhood, almost forgotten folkloric traditions and rituals, nature, fabric and paper design. She has a preference for northern European design, colours and shapes and is deeply rooted in northern European culture. Her inspiration also comes from artists like Anish Kapoor, James Turrell, Johan Sebastian Bach and the 14th century artist Giotto.

Tell Me More