DIY Halloween Luminaries

Last year, I made DIY flameless fire pit for Halloween. Since then I had a set of six LED candles lying around. So, I thought I should come up with some sort of DIY to use them again this year. Finally, I ended up making DIY Halloween luminaries. These are easy to make and you don't have to worry about fire at all ;).
Cut a 2" X 5.25" rectangle out of a black cardstock. Draw the Halloween face as desired using a pencil in the middle of the rectangle.
Cut the outline of the face using a craft knife.
Cut a small piece of vellum that is enough to cover the center(Area where the Halloween face it cut) and glue it using double sided tape. I tested using different color vellum to see if there is any difference but I did not find any. They all glowed in the same way!
To find the rest of steps and how I made the others faces, ready my blog post on DIY Halloween Luminaries
Hope you like this simple and bright idea of using LED candles as Halloween luminaries. These are perfect for small spaces to add some spookiness to the decor. Share what you think in the comments below. As always I will happy to hear from you.

Suggested materials:

  • Black cardstock
  • LED candles
  • Vellum
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