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Friends of mine are adopting a Korean boy and I made these luminaries as an accent for the baby shower. I thought it was a great twist on ...
Cut the top off of a standard lunch bag. I just cut enough off to square ot off and give it a clean edge.
Here I used a pen and square to mark out where I wanted the holes to be. I marked in 3/4" from the sides and about 4-1/2" tall. ...
Here I used an X-acto knife and a straight edge to cut along the lines I just made. Keep in mind that how these bags are folded, you ...
Using the Internet and Adobe Illustrator, I found the characters I was looking for (joy, luck, etc.). I imported them into Illustrator, put them in a box and ...
Using a glue stick, I applied glue around the edge of the window and then lined up my new windows pressing them into place.
I saved a large window for last. Because it's now really tight to get your hand in there to make sure you're applying glue in the right place, ...
Just make sure that you align them properly. I didn't want any of the characters to be upside down!
Here's one almost finished. Five more to go.
I used standard tea lights and put about two to three cups of play sand in the pottom of the bags.
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