Christmas Tree Luminary
3D Christmas Tree Luminary Box – SVG File
INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD IN SVG FORMAT ONLY
Instantly download SVG files after your purchase is complete
Here is a version of a Christmas luminary you can make using the Christmas Tree Luminary SVG File. Fairy lights seems to help illuminate the box entirely, as opposed to a battery-operated candle. Box can also be used as a gift box. A Christmas tree version with solid panels is also included in the file, in addition to the Christmas Tree Luminary version.
Finished size of tree is @ 5.5” x 5.5” x 11” to top of star. Tree without panels can be cut using (3) 12" x 12" cardstock sheets. Panels can be cut using (1) 12" x 12" cardstock/paper sheet. Tree trunk requires (1) 8.5" x 11" cardstock or larger. SVG files are letter-size compatible sizes, if ungrouped. Smaller paper can be used remaining pieces.
Also included in this Christmas Tree Luminary SVG FIle is the equivalent SVG file with solid panels, as shown above.
- American Crafts (AC) Textured Cardstock 12 x 12 inch (Piecing Paradise: bit.ly/ppaccard)
(Evergreen for tree, Truffle for tree trunk, Pine for solid version of tree)
- Gold Cricut Cardstock for star
- Art Glitter Glue (Piecing Paradise:bit.ly/ppartglitter Amazon: https://amzn.to/2TlGWxc)
- Fine Tip Glue Bottle Applicator (for Art Glitter glue) https://amzn.to/2wG4khV
After order completion, you will be granted access to download the SVG file in ZIP format. The PDF file is included as a reference. See video for assembly. File includes SVGs with solid scorelines for compatible die cutting machines with scoring capability (i.e. Cricut).
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SVG files are compatible with with Cricut∗, Silhouette (Studio Designer Edition), Brother ScanNCut, Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) and many other cutting machines.
NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED
*SVGs are not designed to be used with the Cricut Joy or similar smaller format cutting machines.
Industrial Tumbleweed –
Great file. I made the solid tree & reduced the size by 2″ so this fit in the bed of the flatbed truck file. It looks really cute. I used a toothpick sandwiched between the star pieces and slipped into the top of the tree to add some more stability.
So again, another great file.