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20 November, 2015

EBP Luminary Part 2

Hi everyone,

Thanks for stopping by and for all your wonderful comments. I'm honored to have you here and I truly appreciate each of you more than you know!

I hope the wait since Wednesday for part 2 hasn't been too painful? Let's get straight to it. In addition to the items listed in part one, you'll need just a couple more things, Silver Foil and a suitable adhesive, I used Adhesive Sheets. So here's a full list

Card: Tempting Turquoise measuring 9½" x 8¼", 3 pieces of Vellum measuring 2 3/4" x 4" and Silver Foil
Tools and embellishments: Envelope Punch Board, Simply Scored and stylus, Delicate Ornaments Thinlits, Magnetic Platform OR low tack tape
Adhesives: Sticky Strip (retired) OR Tombow and Adhesive Sheets (retired) OR Fine Tip Glue

Die cut 3 of the swirly ornaments in the set from Silver Foil. Using your Simply Scored, carefully score down the center of the ornaments on the reverse side

Using your fingers, gently fold along the score line. Apply adhesive and press into the Vellum lined apertures

Snip the bottom to form tabs and complete in the same way as in my Coffee Pot Pictorial

Add in a BATTERY tealight and enjoy!

I really hope the wait for part two was worth it? I'd love to see yours if you give it a go. Either drop a post link into the comments, or post pix to my Facebook page.

Challenges...

Whatever you're doing this weekend, have a great one. I'll be back on Monday with another creation, so I hope you'll join me then.


9 comments:

  1. What a fabulous creation Em. Turned out great. I love the bauble die cut. X

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  2. Hello Em, A fabulous project love the die cuts.

    Jade xx

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  3. The wait was worth it ! Beautiful!!! Thanks for the answer to my question?

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  4. Hi Em this is wonderful. Hugs Jackie

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  5. Beautiful luminary, Em. Love the blue and silver combo. Love the way the light shines from the inside creating such visual warmth. Love it!
    Hugs,
    Lena
    Lena’s Creations

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  6. This is gorgeous Em, this is one of the beautiful ornaments you used on my fabulous pocket card! Just love my pocket card and the sweet note you wrote. I have it scheduled to be on my blog tomorrow in case you want to pop in in a few days and see some of the wonderful comments that I know it will get!

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  7. AWESOME! Looking froward to trying this!

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I love to read your comments. Thanks for taking time to leave them!

Em xxx