Well, it did take me longer than expected to get the additional pictures ready. Something else got in the way, as usual. Here are all 4 them including the one I showed last time:
The designs were cut from vinyl on the Silhouette Cameo and then, with the help of transfer material, applied to a background of quilting template material that should be available in just about any quilt shop. However, you could also use the plastic sheet protectors that are sold in office supply stores. The advantage of the quilting template material is that the sheets are bigger, about 12″ x 18″ so that they can be used for larger luminarias. To finish I taped the sides together with double sided tape to form a tube. Instead of a candle I placed a battery operated tealight in the center. I think that kids would be delighted with them and they are easy to make if you have a Silhouette Cameo or similar cutter. There is no sewing involved. You can also use the motifs to decorate your windows or walls. The vinyl clings to glass or any smooth surface and as there is no glue involved, it is easy to remove. Or, as I mentioned in my previous post, another option is to isolate a motif, such as a bat or a ghost and cut it from Heat Transfer Material and iron it on a T-shirt or Halloween bag. The designs are available on my website. I also mentioned that I might write up the instructions for a very easy little Halloween bag. That too is now available on my website and it is free. Both the designs and the instructions can be found on the Holiday Designs page under the SVG-PDF-Applique tab or just click here.
And could you please leave a comment telling me what topics and type of designs you would like to see in the future? It would help me a great deal to know what your interests are, as long they are quilting, sewing, or craft related. Thanks.
Have a great week,