Cloud Lights:  First, you need some cotton batting, a paper lantern, and three flameless candles, the type that Glade sells.  Pull at the cotton batting until it looks fluffy, light, and cloud-like.  Then, hot glue it to the outside of the paper lantern in various places.  Make sure it's fluffed to your liking, then light the lights and stick them inside.  Hang the lantern wherever you'd like. ohhh man need to incorp. this into a shoot!

Cloud lights ♥ one of the most awesome ideas ever. Use: cotton batting, a paper lantern, & 3 flameless candles. Pull at cotton batting til it looks fluffy & cloud-like; & hot glue it all around the lantern. Add lights to lantern. Clouds are ready to hang!

DIY Rain Cloud Costume

Do-It-Yourself Halloween Costumes

Felt clouds

Smiling clouds - love these cute clouds - just need to change loop with blue fabric.

DIY cloud rugs by LIFEFLIX

DIY Faux Sheepskin Cloud Rug by lifefix: Super fun and easy. - wouldn't do a cloud but love faux fur rugs esp. on hardwood floors

cloud lights...easy to do and could use icicle light for "rain"...display with umbrellas turned upside down

Decorate your bedroom with these mystical and dreamy LED cloud lights! They’re fun and simple to make and they really make your room stand out! Great idea for night light or holiday decor as well. Who doesn’t have a dream of walking in the clouds.

Cloud tape

Retro Blue White Clouds Paper Decor Deco Tape Sticker by RetroNaNa

cloud hangers

Tea Pea cloud hangers, New Zealand - Wireware super cute modern contemporary , minimalist designer quirky coat hangers not just for kids room , good way to display clothes in shop too

cloud and sun pillows

Cloud Pillows and Sun Pillow Nursery/ Bed/ Wall by CecilClyde

Decorate Cloud Pillows for Kids Rooms

Playing With The Weather

clouds by les pommettes du chat-- i LOVE the translucent confetti

FriendsWithYou

“Into the Clouds” Light Installation - FriendsWithYou Art Collective

I so super love this piece by our friend @Brian Flanagan Phillips.

I so super love this piece by our friend Flanagan Flanagan Phillips. "Who Stopped the Rain?" - Acrylic on salvaged wood fastened to a salvaged screen print frame.

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