Japanese Sakura Landscape light box
This is a digital template designed for you to create a fabulous lightbox. Lightbox will fill your room with warmth and coziness.
The ZIP file contains 2 prepared template sizes:
210x297 mm (A4)
297x420 mm (A3)
You can resize the template to fit your paper...
Light Box - Japan Night
7 JPG files
7 PDF files
7 SVG files
Japan Night- Paper Cutting Light Box Template files
The template includes 7 layers design files for printing.
Each layer is 29.7 x 21 cm(A4 size paper).
And, you need a shadow box frame with the inside surface of the same size.
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