Just in time for Halloween!
This little lantern uses an inexpensive battery operated LED "Tea Light" candle that can be purchased at most craft stores or on-line. (I paid $1.99 for one at the local craft store.) The tea light is mounted upside down in the top of the lantern.
The handle is optional. You don't need if you aren't going to hang the lantern.
The "Face Panels" should be printed with a translucent plastic such as natural PLA.
Attach the bones to the corners of the lantern with glue.
The face panels slide into groves on the inside of the lantern and the light support goes on top as shown in the exploded photo. These parts can be secured with a couple drops of glue if desired.