Well, Tim has put a little thought into it and here is one of his ideas.
from Tim's blog...
well these very easy to make halloween luminaries could certainly be used for a variety of decor ideas. indoor or outdoor, used for party decor, or even in the kid's room for a fun nightlight. once you see how simple they are to make, no doubt this idea will be put to good use throughout the christmas holidays too. let's get started...t!m
supplies: paper lunch bags, cardstock/chipboard (use any recycled or leftover supplies for this), dry adhesive (glue stick or double stick tape), battery operated tealights, your favorites dies and dies cutting system (i used my alterations dies and vagabond machine)
step 2: die cut a variety of shapes and elements. i've used the following alterations dies: bewitching hour, raven & scaredy cat, on the fence, rickety house
step 3: gather up some lightweight paper lunch sacks
step 6: repeat the previous step to have a more sturdy roll on the top of the bag. this will keep the bag open and standing tall.
step 7: get a battery operated tealight and turn it on. *if you want more light simply add 2 per bag
step 8: drop it inside the bag. *if you're putting these outdoors, fill the bag with a little dirt, sand, rocks, etc. before adding tealight to keep the bag from blowing away.
step 9: my favorite part of creating these this way is during the day it looks like an ordinary paper bag, but when night falls, enjoy the flickering of these festive and spooky luminaries.
Check out the finished products!