I shared this card on my blog on 28th October and I was requested to make a video to show how I made it. One of the features is that the main white star has been made with five die-cut stars adhered together to make a thick image. I like this technique because whichever way you look at the star it’s solid! There aren’t any tell-tale signs of Dimensionals!
Another reason I like this technique is that the points won’t get damaged in the post through lack of support. It isn’t practical to always use this technique to avoid using Dimensionals, but simple shapes are so easy. I used the number 5 Stitched Star Die for the white star and the larger more intricate star stamp for the Gold Foil star inside the white star, and the third-largest more intricate die for the star inside the card.
The Designer Series Papers (DSP) I’ve used on the front of these three cards are in fact card fronts which are part of the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley Set. The bundle has the three designs shown here and there are four of each in the set! It was a toss-up whether I used Gold Embossing Powder for the sentiment or the Delicata Golden Glitz Ink – heat embossing won!
I told you on Friday that I’m going to be baptised today and I’ve been blown away by the number of messages of support I’ve received. I thank each and every one of you who constantly support me in what I do; whether it’s my blog, my videos, my journey with Christ, I thank you all for your support – it’s very much appreciated! Thank you!
I wish you a very blessed Sunday, and I look forward to being back with you tomorrow. In the meantime, happy crafting.
Products used for this project: please click on any of the links to be taken to my 24/7 online Stampin’ Up! shop. Thank you. xx