I love Shoji screens and room dividers and several years ago I created these using heavier acrylic panels etched with my Cricut, although it worked and I loved them it was just not economically correct to keep doing them, the acrylic prices soared and the acrylic was deadly on my blades so I quit doing them. I have some 10mil clear vinyl sheets that I use for my bookmarks and journal covers and decided yesterday to design a TeaLight Shoji, not knowing if it would even work, I created a rectangle with 3 panels using 2 perforated lines and 2 different patterns with Cameo one for the center and the same design on the sides etched in with my Cameo. I then used alcohol inks on the inside of the Shoji and Pan Pastels on the outside to catch in the etching lines and pop them out a little. I do love how they turned out and they make a perfect meditation candle but a cluster on an outdoor table for a little romance would be gorgeous too. The inspiration came when I was working with my luminary, you never know where the ole muse is going to whammy you, lol. Have a great Sunday.
This is a side view showing how the panels come together in the back.