White Snowflake Cutout Luminary Bag Inserts - 50 Pack
|Per pack of 50, 1 - 11 packs.
|Per pack of 50, 12 + packs.
White Snowflake Cutout Luminary Bag Inserts - 50 Pack Description
Take a break from the boring luminaries your parents used to use and try out our White Snowflake Cutout Luminary Bag Inserts! These white cardboard snowflake luminary inserts are made to fit inside our luminary bags (sold separately, item DEC092UN) for a unique winter decoration that will light up your holidays in style! When used with a battery operated votive or tea light and our luminary bags, these snowflake luminary inserts will light up the night with a beautiful snowflake design that is sure to impress the neighbors! Line the driveway and front walk with dozens of snowflake luminary inserts for your holiday party or Christmas gathering and welcome your guests with a beautiful surprise! Our White Snowflake Cutout Luminary Bag Inserts are sold 50 to a pack. Please note these snowflake luminary inserts MUST be used with a battery operated flameless candle for safety purposes. DO NOT USE with any open flame.
Q & A
What type of material are they made of? Cardboard? Plastic?
Asked on 11/9/2012 by Grace from Texas
They are made out of light weight cardboard.
Answered on 11/12/2012 by Windy City Nicole from The Windy City
Are they all white ? Brown? Can they stand by themselves on a table with a battery candle inside?
Asked on 10/9/2012 by kk from Texas
They are white, they can stand themselves but we suggest using a frame of some sort to hold them up straight.
Answered on 10/11/2012 by Windy City Nicole from The Windy City
Are they bags as well, and could'nt they stand ALONE, as luminaries? Without inserting them into another bag?
Asked on 10/3/2012 by ter from slc ut.
No, they are not just bags, they are inserts.
Answered on 10/5/2012 by Windy City Nicole from The Windy City
what do you mean by "luminary bag inserts"
The word "inserts" is confusing to me.
Asked on 4/13/2012 by Anonymous
They are inserted into a luminary bag to give a unique silhouette look.
Answered on 4/16/2012 by Windy City Nicole from The Windy City
are they flame resistant? because im using tea candles
Asked on 10/6/2011 by Anonymous
No, we recommned using our flameless tea lights.
Answered on 10/7/2011 by Windy City Nicole from The Windy City