These are exactly like what i was looking for this year. Great job. For those craft challenged people, for which i am famous, how did you make them, if you don't mind sharing.
I don't mind at all!
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Cut your 8.5"x11" paper in half, giving you a 4.25" x 11" piece. Fold that in half so it's 4.25" x 5.5". Trace and cut out your design on one side.
Cut a panel of vellum to cover the cutout portion of the design. Adhere to the cardstock covering the cutout.
Cut a rectangle (can be of scrap cardstock or textweight paper) 4.25" x 4". Score on the following lines - 0.50", 2", 2.50". Fold in half. Put adhesive on the edge and line up with the inside bottom edge of your paper tent. Press down. Do the same with the other edge. Push down on the 2" fold and now you have a little "floor" on the inside of your tent which will hold a LED candle and it keeps the overall structure sturdy so it will stand up. When you want to store it simply fold on the 2" mark and it folds flat!
Here's a photo of the inside floor, maybe that will help you visualize the folds and stuff better:
Vellum is pretty expensive and I found that I could use any color vellum and still get nice changing colors with the LED candle. It's kind of nice to have colored vellum in the daylight when the candle is off, but really you can use any color.