Saturday, December 4, 2010

Sugar Kissed Luminaries

Hello friends!
Today we are sharing a tutorial for these super cute and easy to make luminaries!



I am showing you how to create the pink luminary in the above photo.
First take your paper and cut it to measure 6 x 12 for the medium,  9 x 12 for the large, and for the small luminary cut your paper 4 x 12.
Then Score the paper every 3 inches. You should then have 3 score lines on your paper so that when you fold it you will have 4 sides.



Next I took a decorative punch and punched across the paper, lining up my punch with each section.
The punch I used is by Martha Stewart. It's called Floral Tile All Over The Page punch.
I then creased my 3 score lines.





I then cut a strip of pink yarn and tied a bow around my luminary to hold it together.





I then placed flameless tealight candles in my luminaries!




These luminaries are so easy to create and add a lovely festive look!

Wishing you crafty day, Lindsey

13 comments:

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

~just darling~ thanks for the tutorial!

Chantal said...

TFS - and how darling is your banner! Love it!!! :D

The Rusty Teapot said...

Really Cute! Id love to see what this Punch looks like and how it works.

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

This is an awesome ideal and tutorial! I just LOVE the look of the final cards!
Thanks for sharing...have a GREAT day!
Coralie

T's Daily Treasures said...

Lots of wonderful ideas. Hope you are having a fantastic weekend. Best wishes, Tammy

A Vintage Chic said...

I love luminaries! We used to put waxed bags with candles in them out in the snow each Christmas Eve when I was growing up in Ohio...what a wonderful memory!

Thanks for the fabulous tutorial--you always do such a beautiful job!

Have a lovely weekend, ladies!

Julie

Susan M Hickam said...

Thanks for stopping by earlier- hope you enjoy the nut bread recipe- I enjoyed your tutorial and the visit to your blog-it is always fun to meet another crafter.
Sweetpea Sue

Jennifer D said...

So sugary sweet! I love this idea.

Rizzi said...

THEY ARE ADORABLE, AND SIMPLE TO MAKE, WHICH IS GREAT. THANKS FOR SHARING.
RIZZI

Creative Breathing said...

Oh Lindsey! Another punch I must get. These are absolutely stunning! Thank you so much for all your tutorials. Happy Saturday! Elizabeth

Elyse said...

adorable!

your blog looks so sweet & festive!

xo
elyse

Dogwood said...

Oh so so so cute. I love them.

I put you Christmas button on my blog. Thanks!

Dogwood

goldenbird said...

Lovely luminaries! Thank you for the tutorial. I really like the idea of using the flameless tea lights.