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April 14, 2014

Design Team: Liz (Unik By Yes) Cycle 9 Week 2

Paper Luminary

Liz always has bright ideas! And today, we have one of those you can recreate at home! See today's project by Liz!

Hello Crafty friends!
Liz here today to share with you a paper luminary created using the eCraft and eBosser. If you have visited me before, you know I love paper luminaries. Today I am sharing one created for my Twin niece who loves green and wants to cover the flame less candle on her nightstand.

Creative supplies:
Teresa Collins Beautiful Words EF
Tissue paper
Craft Spray Adhesive
12” Cardstock ( mine is from DCWV’s Lemon Flower Stack)
Double sided sticky tape
Faber-Castell PIT Artist Pen big brush in Light Yellow Glaze (104)
eBosser plate combo: ACD + Standard Embossing Folder (for tissue paper)
eBosser plate combo: ABCD + Metallic Shim for thin metal dies.

Creative process:

Using Craft Spray Adhesive join (2) layers of tissue paper. Place the tissue paper on the area of your Teresa Collins Beautiful Words E.F. that you want to use. Run through the fabulous eBosser - since the frame is 5” I cut the tissue paper at 5 ¼” and removed any excess with scissors once the project was finished.

Highlight the words you want to stand out. Using your PITT Pen  color the words directly onto the folder (using the back of the front panel) and run it through the eBosser again, being careful to avoid shifting of the paper. For a darker color, reapply before removing your paper from the E.F.

The base was cut using the eCraft. And cut the window using MCT 4” jounaling tag die and eBosser.

Put the luminary together using double sided permanent tape.

Interested in the eCraft Shop Pro cutting file? Please visit my blog:, leave me a message and a way to send it to you. The window will be different since for this I used a metal die. Plus there will be an extra project there featuring this fabulous embossing folder.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a crafty day!


Thank you Liz!

To obtain the cutting file for today's project, visit Liz on her blog here:

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