Many thanks to all those who have been kind enough to send me photos showing how their lanterns are enjoying their new homes!
Just click on the photos to find YOUR OWN version of the lantern!
The intricate designs and colours of this red & pink mandala suncatcher REALLY glow when hung at this garden window
Easy to fit all THREE of your cats onto a customised 8" suncatcher (rather than the usual 6")
The Rainbow Bridge pet memorial suncatcher is easily customised to make room for TWO pets, rather than just one (so neither will feel lonely)
Just a pretty reminder of someone special - or if you're having trouble remembering your OWN name when waking up!
If you have a big room, try making a REAL statement by matching your large lantern... with a Super-Large version!
What better place for a Japanese Geisha Sunset lantern, than in a whole room dedicated to Oriental arts (whether fine or martial!)?
It's an easy matter to have a glass block customised so that the message says exactly what you want! This one has the Arabic "Habibi" in the middle, which means "darling"...
Spring is here - but in Alaska, there's still plenty of snow on the ground......
When summer arrives it's time to put your lanterns and sun catchers out into the garden to catch the light
A beautiful beach themed office in the US. What a good idea to work in a room where you're surrounded by artworks that inspire you - alas, my office just surrounds me with paint, computers and mess!
Two views of a Cats in the Forest Four Seasons lantern - it does make SUCH a difference to use fairy lights to light your lantern up!
How Christmas looks in the US!
If you look closely you will see an Ornately orchids lantern, which has been opened early and lit up with mains lights to add to the festive sparkle!
And Christmas in the UK: if you're lucky enough to own a traditional fireplace, then there's no better place to put your lantern!
The cream version of the medium sized Charles Rennie Mackintosh lantern
Purchased online as a birthday gift - and very gladly received, I was pleased to hear!
A shabby chic Rainbow Cats lantern, purchased by one customer as a birthday gift for another customer!
Christmas again - and don't forget to get YOUR festive night light down from the attic!
This is a bespoke glass block night light, painted as a wedding gift to a groom from Scotland's clan Ross
A sunny windowsill with lots of natural light is a perfect place for your little cats lantern
And another way to use your glass blocks - build a new house in France and have a personalised bathroom window painted for it! Here it is with the light coming through on both sides
If you have a photo of your Ornately Lantern - and would be happy to add it to this gallery, then please email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much!