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Teapot Daisies Tall 3D Paper Lighted Lantern Template

Daisies Teapot Lighted Lantern

SVG, PDF, EPS, DXF & PNG files
Assembly Instructions Included

Commercial Use Allowed


What’s Included

This lantern is so darn cute!
3D lantern made from paper. It looks complicated, but it’s not.
Assembly is so easy you’ll want to make a bunch.

The files comes sized for a 8″ tall lantern.
Resizing is simple using your cutting software.

Detailed assembly instructions are included as well as an assembly video that you can watch on my website to see how the lanterns are put together.

Paper Lantern Assembly Video

Materials you need to make this lantern.

Cardstock: I used 65lb white or your choice of color – 12 x 12 or 8.5 x 11 will work.
You can use a heavier weight and a different colors if you like
Vellum paper: 2 sheets of 8.5 x 11. Parchment or tracing paper will work, but the vellum is wonderful.
Glue: I used Art Glitter Glue and a Zig glue pen – use your favorite kind.
A battery operated candle or fairy lights.

Included in the downloaded zipped file you will find:
Detailed ASSEMBLY Instructions PDF
SVG file – for Cricut and other cutting machines
DXF file – for Silhouette Basic Edition
EPS file – some folks need this
PNG file – great for handcutting if you want to resize
PDF file – for hand cutting. Sized for the 7″ base

You can find paper recommendations and machine settings here on the website.

Personal and Commercial use means:
You can make as many as you like and give them to friends, family, your favorite charity or keep them all to yourself, because you deserve the best.
You may SELL up to 200 of the finished item. That means it is cut and assembled.
If you are mailing it to someone you may send it unassembled and include the link to the assembly video so they can assemble it  themselves.

YOU MAY NOT: Sell the files. Share the files. Change the design and sell the files under the pretense that they are yours. Make your own..
YOU MAY NOT use my assembly instructions for your own stuff. Make your own.
YOU MAY NOT use any of the photos from this listing. Make your own.
Copying is stealing. ‘So be inventive if you are using this as inspiration.

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