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Hummingbird Luminary Shade

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Want to make your own lamp shades to uniquely decorate your home? Try making a Hummingbird Luminary Shade from Spellbinders, which will give the room a soft glow and showcase the beautiful hummingbird stamp.

Hummingbird Luminary Shade

Materials:

  • Spellbinders S4-162 Labels Two
  • Spellbinders S4-243 Ric Rac Diamond Borderabilities® Petite
  • Die cutting machine
  • The Paper Company white cardstock
  • Clearsnap black colorbox pigment ink
  • Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection 'Natures Moments' rubberstamps
  • SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES by 3L E-Z Runner
  • Gold metallic foil cardstock
  • Embossing ink 
  • Liquid adhesive
  • Luminary base

Instructions:

  1. Cut/emboss one S4-243 Ric Rac Diamond Borderabilities® Petite from gold metallic cardstock. Make one continuous border. Make one cut/emboss, then move die to make the next cut/emboss until complete. You will need to make an additional border in its original size for a small piece to fill in. If you have access to 15 inch paper there will not be a gap to fill in, as it would wrap completely around the base.
     
  2. Adhere gold borders to luminary base with EZ-Runner.

  3. Cut/emboss four S4-162 Labels Two #6 (with #1 being the smallest) from white cardstock.

  4. Stamp images on all four panels (with the straightest edge at the top) with embossing ink. Then stamp images with black ink on all four panels.

  5. Score each panel ¼ inch from each side and adhere with liquid adhesive.

  6. Place on luminary base and turn on.

 

 

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As a severely nearsighted person who once mistook a hummingbird for a mutated-by-toxic-spill dragonfly (true!), I hesitate to say anything. But I do believe that your bird is not a hummer. After new glasses and a bird book, I feel comfortable in pointing out that the beak is way too short and the bird has a swallow (split) tail. But I like the project! Aunt Cheery

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