Monday, February 10, 2014

Valentine's Luminary

I love these little Luminaries, they can made to fit any theme. You may remember the Gingerbread House luminary I made in December. I'm back this month with a Valentine themed one to give to my wonderful hubby.

I paired the Luminary die with the Cupcake Stand die and was very pleased that the luminary fit so nicely on the stand! I used vellum for the windows which gives a nice glow when the battery operated tea light inside is turned on. I also die cut the heart out of a scrap piece of plastic, colorized it with alcohol ink, and then coated it with Glossy Accents and microbeads. I wanted to make it an element that the light would shine through. It looks good! Inspiration Emporium is also selling the most wonderful charms now. I used the Heart Lock and Key charms to add a fun little decorative element to my banner. Speaking of which, the Inspiration Journal February challenge is to create a project using quotes or words! You just need to link up your own project and you'll have a chance to win $50 in Emporium Dollars to spend in the store. 

You can find most of the supplies I used to create this project at Inspiration Emporium. Follow the links below and use my code JUICE to save 10% if you go shopping. Thanks!


  1. eeeeks! I loooove this!
    Those charms sure are the perfect touch!

  2. This is fantastic!
    I love the little banner!
    You nailed this!

  3. Hello Lisa !

    Love the luminary on the cake stand ! I have some cheap bought ones but I want a cakestanddie… must search the internet…

    vellum is a great idea for the muted windows and love the idea of the colored plastic so the lights shines through the heart too ! Clever :)

    I hope you read my challenge on ATT and put your creation in the photo-album too if it's ok for the list moms and list dad.

    greetings from belgium


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