Just before the weekend starts I would love to share some star projects with you. Stars give me such a happy feeling. There are a lot of ways you can incorporate stars in your project.
Let's take a look at some of the examples the DT created.
Celeste Smith-Star Corkboard
Celeste bought a 4 pack of 12x12 corkboard at Staples for $5! She used a hot glue gun and adhered chipboard stars and shapes to tacks. Then she covered a chipboard star with patterned paper and cut her son's name out using the Silhouette. A Pebbles ribbon at the top to hang the board adds the perfect final touch.
Cherie Nymeyer- you rock
Cherie used star die cuts, star paper and stars in the "You Rock" title.
Deanna Kroll- my little shining star
Deanna used patterned paper with stars and some beautiful chipboard star shapes.
Liz Qualman- Happy Holidays Card
Liz made this card with the Pebbles Season's Greetings collection and some Pebbles Holiday rubons. Stars for the ultimate christmas cheer
Marielle LeBlanc - Play ball
Marielle cut the stars from the patterened paper, used star paper and star chipboard.
Suzanne Sergi - 7
Suzanne also used star paper to create this adorable card.
Mimi Leinbach - Giftbag
Mimi created this adorable giftbag and card with chipboard stars.
Maureen Blanc - Muisjes
Maureen created this adorable star layout with even stars in the picture. The food in the picture is a dutch tradition for birth. It's called "muisjes". When you gave birth to a boy the visiters get blue and white "muisjes".. and if you gave birth to a girl, then pink and white "muisjes".
Mireille Divjak - Toys for Boys.
I used my wishblade to cut stars from patterned paper. Added some chipboard stars and embroided a few stars as finishing touch.
I hope this will inspire you to use some stars in your next layouts.