For my posting today, I chose to make a Christmas luminary. I did not provide dimensions just some general guidelines as you can easily size this up or down to your liking.
Supplies you will need:
Poppystamps Winterflake Frame 
Poppystamps Small Blooming Poinsettia 
Flameless battery-powered tea light
This is relatively easy to reproduce and customize. For my luminary I began with an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock. There are a couple of key considerations here. Do you want a bottom of the luminary or just one that will sit over a battery-powered flameless candle?
For the luminary, determine your desired dimensions. You will want two wide sides and two narrow sides (to mimic a paper bag). Score where you wish them to fold but on the last side make sure you have a little extra that you can score and use to adhere the sides together.
My luminary is about 7" tall and my front and back panels are about 3" wide with my side panels a little over 2" inches wide (plus a little extra to adhere on the last panel). I cut two sheets of vellum the size of my wide panels. Then I cut ovals into my wide panels. I used glue dots to adhere the vellum to the inside of the luminary before assembling.
Next, I cut out the Small Blooming Poinsettia  and the Winterflake Frame  dies from Poppystamps. I trimmed the Winterflake Frame  by cutting out the middle section of the frame and formed the ends around my ovals. Next I assembled several layers of the Small Blooming Poinsettia  and adhered to the vellum with a couple of glue dots.
You can choose to repeat design on the back panel of the luminary, forgo the back panel (and not cut it out so it is solid) or use a different design. You can also simply cut shapes such as the Giovanni Snowflake and let the light shine through.
I used miniature tea battery-powered tealights (never use an open flame) to create the flickering light inside which are found at most craft stores. You can get as fancy as you'd like with ribbon, glitter or other embellisments as well.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
You can find all the great Poppystamps dies used to create this luminary (and many other projects) by following the links below: