What's a luminaria? It's pronounced loo-muh-nair-ee-uh or loo-mee-nah-ryah (Spanish) and refers to a small light or lantern. It's right at home in the Christmas tradition of a number of cultures and has gone very mainstream. Learn more.
Today's 1 Minute to "WOW" Video Tutorial shows you how to create your own luminaria in a minute or two using the Stampin' Up! Snowflake Punch (119852). It looks very spiffy above with just a battery operated tea light. However, you can always personalize it with ribbon, buttons and stamps!
STAMPIN' PRETTY TIP: As an alternative, try making a luminaria with the Stampin' Up! Star (119875) or Full Heart (119883) Punches.
Are you ready to give this luminaria a "glowing" review? Let me know what you think with a comment at the end of this post! Thanks.
Paper: Pear Pizzazz Textured Card Stock (Assorted In Colors, 119799)
Cool Tools: Snowflake Punch Extra-Large (119852), Bone Folder (102300)
The Perfect Touch: Sticky Strip (104294)
Paper: Garden Green Textured Card Stock (Assorted Regals, 121076), Poppy Parade (119793)
Cool Tools: Snowflake Punch Extra-Large (119852), Eyelet Border Punch (119853), Bone Folder (102300)
The Perfect Touch: Pear Pizzazz 1/2" Stitched Poly-Grosgrain Ribbon (119265), Sticky Strip (104294)
Stamp Set: Contempo Christmas (WM 118734, CM 120594)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Poppy Parade (119793), Garden Green Textured (Assorted Regals, 121076)
Ink: Garden Green (102272)
Cool Tools: Snowflake Punch Extra-Large (119852)
The Perfect Touch: In Color Glimmer Brads (Holiday Mini Catalog, 121005)
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For a muted, stained-glass look, emboss an image on the front of vellum. Use Stampin' Up! Markers or Watercolor Wonder Crayons on the back.
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