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3D Luminarie project for people that don’t make 3D projects with video

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The Occasions, or Spring, Catalog release from Stampin’ Up! is here! In celebration, I am sharing a 3D project with all you crafters that do not make 3D projects (me included!). What looks like a box, delicate and fancy and lights up? This very easy project that is not actually a box. Let’s check it out!

 

 

This 3D luminarie, or tealight candle cover, is created with card stock, vellum and adhesive. I used vellum in order to allow the soft glow from a battery operated tealight candle be able to se seen easily. The die cuts are made from Basic Gray card stock, which provide stability for the vellum. The vellum is a thin barrier and works nicely with the die cuts. I used the largest die from So Detailed Thinlits dies set, but you can make this project with most any intricate dies. This set works very well for my project.

 

Measurements for this project are:
-Cut vellum panel to 11″ x 3 1/4″
-score 1/4″ along the long side of the vellum
-score the vellum now every 2 3/4″, giving you four equal sized folds
-snip the three folds at the 1/4″ score line
For the die cuts, use the size of card stock that will allow you to make 2 die cuts (I used Basic Gray)

To assemble the luminarie, cut paper and score as indicated above. Fold the score lines and snip where indicated as well. Attach the die cuts with Tear & Tape adhered to the tab section of the die cut, one onto each corner. I chose to attach one in the middle fold and then use the other die cut to close the two ends together. Once die cuts are on, I used a few glue dots to hold the top portion of the die cuts to the vellum, for security. The last step is to fold in the small folds on the bottom and attach the corners on top of one another with a glue dot.

For a visual demonstration of this project, take a look at the video I made for this project.
      

 

I made a video tutorial for this card project, CLICK HERE TO WATCH or watch below

https://youtu.be/-uXYazhbVYM

 

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂
So Detailed Thinlits dies 142751 (avail Jan 4th)


 

These intricate dies are very easy to use. They can be cut apart to work alone or keep them as a unit and they work nicely. I can not wait to show you the other dies in this set as well. Occasions Catalogs have been mailed out so if you need a copy just let me know. Be sure to check out these dies!  Lets make it together 🙂

-Jenny Hall
YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 

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Comments

    • Oh that’s so cool! I’m happy you like this project and hope you will come back soon. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment 🙂 -Jenny

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