Christmas Tree Luminaries - Easy Beginner Papercraft!

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Learn how to make Christmas Luminaries using my free 3D Tree SVG Design! These super cute Christmas Luminaries will be sure to brighten up any mantle or tabletop during the holiday season! These can be used with or without tea lights and with or without the vellum.

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* Cricut Metallic Poster Board -
* Cricut Cardstock 12x24 -
* Vellum (Optional) -
* Window Film (Optional) -
* Glue of choice or double-sided tape -
* LED Tea Lights or fairy lights
* Cricut StandardGrip Cutting Mat
* Cricut Tools
* Cricut Scoring wheel tip with housing 
* Cricut Scoring Stylus
* A way to cut the project (I used the amazing Cricut -- see )
* Design #253 (available in my free resource library at #253 )

Paper luminaries are a wonderful addition to any home during the winter. They warm up a table or mantle, and fill us with cheer. And best of all, they are SO simple to make! Just a little paper, some glue, and an LED light, and you're good to go! I've designed many paper luminaries over the years, including the pretty stars you see on top of my Christmas trees here and here -- you'll find the free pattern for the star over on my blog at

You don't need much to create paper luminaries! Really just a sheet of inch by 11 inch cardstock is enough to make this seven inch Christmas tree luminary. You can make a larger luminary if you move up to the 12 x 24 inch cardstock. Beyond that, you just need glue or tape. If you'd like your luminary to glow more, you can use something inside to diffuse the light, such as window film, vellum, or even just a thin paper like copy paper, parchment paper, or wax paper. I've used a pretty window film with a cool design in this luminary!

To cut out your luminary, you can use a Cricut cutting machine as I have or just cut it by hand with a craft knife. If you use a Cricut, you'll want a green StandardGrip mat, the fine-point blade, and a scoring tool to make it a little easier to fold. Your Cricut does most of the hard work for you here!

This luminary project is perfect for learning how to make intricate cuts in paper and how to use your scoring tool.

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Music: Cute by Bensound (licensed, royalty and copyright free)
Videography: Jennifer Marx on a Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 DSLR 4K camera
Design: A Jennifer Maker original!
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