You are probably about tired of luminary shades by now, but I thought I would leave you with one final shade. This time it is really simple, just a little cardstock and vellum. I wanted to share this idea for anyone who loved the idea of the Febreze Luminary shades but would like a quicker idea for holiday or themed celebrations.
This shade was created to go along with a whole coordinating wedding themed set I did for Cricut for a new infomercial they were doing. The set didn't end up making the show. Since I had never gotten to share it before I thought it would be good to share it now.
The butterfly is from the Summer Seasonal cartridge. (Because the cartridges I used were prototypes, I am not sure if that is the real name of the cartridge or just a working name.)
To create the shade, I followed the steps I shared on this post from last year: Tuesday Techniques: Febreze Luminary Shades.
I cut the butterfly outline on the Cricut in the center of piece of cardstock and then traced my template around the butterfly. I centered the butterfly along the fold line on the template. I adhered vellum on the back of the cardstock over the butterfly shaped opening. I cut additional butterflies from vellum and cardstock to adhere to the outside of the shade at the corner.
The pearly butterfly embossed paper, smooth white cardstock (misted green with Glimmer Mist), and vellum is by Bazzill.
Can't you just see these along your holiday table with a snowflake or ornament design? They are so easy and create a really lovely effect!