Light up Your Home with This Breath of the Wild-Inspired Lantern

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Vivid Delights, based in Perris, California, is an Etsy store that builds and sells lanterns inspired by all kinds of series, including our favorite, Zelda. Shopowners David and Kiki design, sketch, and build every unique lantern and plaque in their store, including this awesome Breath of the Wild-inspired lantern. 

This neat-looking lantern features the Sheikah eye on top of it and each Divide Beast on its sides. It is cut from 3 millimeter Baltic birch wood, which is stained and spray painted, then sealed with a sealant spray. It is powered by a lithium battery, so the LED light lasts roughly 8 to 12 hours.

The lantern ships worldwide from the United States, but only includes a USA-specific adapter plug. However, the item comes with a USB terminal where you can insert your personal non-USA plug if needed. You can purchase this awesome lantern at its Etsy listing for $45.00. 

A closer look at Vivid Delights’ Breath of the Wild lantern, displaying Vah Ruta on one of its four sides.

From Zelda, to Star Wars, to Pokémon, Vivid Delights builds different kinds of lanterns from many of the owners’ favorite series. They are revealing another Breath of the Wild lantern design today and will be hosting an Instagram contest where one lucky winner will receive the new lantern. Feel free to check out Vivid Delights’ Instagram for more info. 

Kiki and David are also giving our readers a special 10% off coupon that ends August 31st, 2017, so if you’re interested in purchasing one of these awesome lanterns, be sure to give them the following coupon code when checking out: HIDDENTRIFORCE10OFF

What are your thoughts on Vivid Delights’ creations? Which lantern is your favorite? Feel free to share your comments with us below. 


About Author

Hannah is a 20-year-old college student, avid Nintendo fan, and video game enthusiast. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Education at the University of North Florida. She fell in love with the Legend of Zelda series when her aunt introduced both her and her brother to the Nintendo 64 and Ocarina of Time. She has been hooked on the series since.