Decorating our home at Christmas is one of my favorite things to do to kick off the holiday season.
The designs have been saved in two formats. One version has a scoreline. The second version does not require a scoring stylus or wheel, as I added a perforated line right in the design.
These pretty luminaries are easy to make and look cute when lit or off.
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- Fairy Lights
- Adhesive Rhinestones (optional)
- Tape Runner
- Scoring Stylus or Scoring Wheel (optional)
- Light grip mat (Cricut blue mat)
- Cricut Maker – or your favorite cutting machine
- Design #151– Christmas Luminaries SVG – The free cut file (available in my freebie vault—get the password at the bottom of this post).
Christmas Luminary Tutorial
Download the luminaries from my Freebie Vault and upload them to Design Space.
New to Design Space and looking for help with how to upload? Click HERE to find directions to get started.
Setting Up Design Space
The below instructions will need to be followed for those using the scoreline version. The perforated version is similar, just no need to modify score lines.
Determine the size you’ll cut and if resizing, do so while still grouped. This will ensure the pieces all stay in the same proportions. Once sized, click ungroup.
The next step is to select the layer with the scoreline on the star.
With star’s lines still selected, click score under Operation.
Next, select both the star and the scoreline, then click Attach.
Repeat the process on the tree pieces.
Once scorelines have been selected and attached, select both, then duplicate.
How To Assemble The Luminaries
Once cut, it’s time to assemble.
To remove the paper from the mat, gently bend the mat away from the paper. Keep the paper as flat as possible on your work surface.
Once the vellum was attached to the back, I turned the piece over and added some pretty adhesive rhinestones.
Fold the tree pieces along the score (or perforated lines).
Next, we’ll focus our attention on the star. I was pleasantly surprised that I could see the score lines on the glitter cardstock. Fold the star along the scorelines.
I couldn’t get a good photo but placed two Zots on the flap that goes inside the star to adhere.
After both sides of the star are formed. I attached the tip of my light string with a Zot. Then added a Zot on each of the star tips. Use these to adhere the two sides together. Make sure to line up the little slit that will sit on top of the tree. If you’re not using lights, I suggest using a toothpick in the star to hold it at the top of the tree.
The star is done.
Now it’s time to glue the two sides of the tree together. Place the star near the top of your tree. Then attach the two sides. On the green tree, I used a tape runner to adhere as I didn’t want to have to wait for the glue to dry.
I wasn’t sure if the tape runner would hold on the glitter snowflake tree so that one was assembled using low-temp hot glue.
The last step is to finish off the bottom by attaching the square base piece.
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