Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Sizzix Tutorial - Snowy Winter Luminary

Hi all! I have a new tutorial on the Sizzix blog for this frosty little winter decor piece using Tim Holtz's new Luminary die. I combined it with Tim's new Holiday Joy Framelits and Stamps set which has the sweetest collection of images. I love being able to cut those stamped images so precisely, and the Magnetic Platform makes it completely hassle-free (no taping down your die or having it shift just before it cuts) and foolproof!

Here's how it looks at night. So pretty! The full, step-by-step tutorial can be found HERE.

All of the materials I used can be found at Inspiration Emporium via the links below. Remember to use my coupon code - stamptramp - to save 10% on your order!



Have you seen Tim Holtz's big announcement? Be sure and come back on Friday when I'll be sharing my project using the new Jumbo Tattered Florals die. You are going to definitely need this die!

21 comments:

  1. This is beautiful Shelly! I love this die and have it. But I have such a hard time with the top piece! I hope it's not only me.

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  2. Love your luminary and that is great advice about putting it together before painting, a mistake I made with mine and found it so difficult - lesson learned. I could not quite work out how to get the top right either but after several attempts it worked. You are so right, it is a fabulous die and will be so versatile! Thanks for the excellent tutorial.

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  3. Gorgeous this luminary, you did a great job.
    Hugs Astrid

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  4. Fabulous, I haven't used mine yet but you have inspired me to to get it out. TFS.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  5. What a gorgeous home dec piece you have created, Shelly. LOVE the color of the crackle paint! I always use Picket Fence and need to explore other colors. Thanks for giving us all a push to use this fab die!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  6. Hey Shelly! I just finished reading your tutorial on the Sizzix blog, and had to pop over to tell you how FABULOUS your lantern is! OMGOSH, WOW! Now I'm thinking I really need that die! ;)

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  7. Gorgeous Shelly!!! Love the crackle and aged look! The pops of color on the deer really set it off!

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  8. This is absolutely fabulous Shelly! I can hear that die calling out to me "Buy Me"! Nicola x

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  9. Just so awesome Shelly ! I've been trying to talk myself out of that die... you are not helping ! LOL!!

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  10. Love your work, Shelly.
    Always so wonderful details on your projects.
    Hugs, Anne

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  11. Such an inspiration! Love your work! I can feel the 'glow' from this lantern from here! Thank you for sharing!

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  12. Saw your link on Tim's blog. Lovely, glowing lantern. :)

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  13. Beautiful but I love all your creations. I love receiving your emails that you have created something new!

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  14. Nice work. These are absolutely beautiful!

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  15. I love the lantern too, and I've come over from Tim's blog as well -- you've done such a sweet and simple job with it! I need those smaller dies I can see now!

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  16. This is just beautiful and so fun to display. Thank you for sharing! Congrats on being a favorite at Tim's blog

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  17. Your lantern is just beautiful - I need that die! Merry Christmas!

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  18. Gorgeous Lantern, absolutely beautiful, Shelly!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. I appreciate your comments so much!