One of the things I like to do at the end of my big hurrah of Christmas card season is play around with all my scraps. I always figure I have to make room for the new papers coming my way! This year, I seemed to have LOTS of 1" strips in my scraps, and I remembered a project I did for our wedding 23 years ago. I had found a kit for these paper stars by Martha Stewart - yes, before my SU! days, lol. I made a zillion of them in all sizes and we hung them on a pretty tree the florist made for the reception. ANYWAY, could I figure out how to make them again? Could I make them BIGGER? Of course I could! Turns out they're called Moravian Stars, and I found a great little tutorial here that refreshed my memory. I think I'm already making next year's neighborhood gifts - and having so much fun doing it! Such a cool look with our two-sided DSP! Some I'll hang in singles, but I'm thinking about making some chains of smaller ones, too!
Papers used: Celebrate Everything, Painted Christmas & Sweetest Christmas DSP.
Did you get your December Pumpkin kit yet? All good things are on the way!! Check out the video HERE!
I hope you can join us for our next Pumpkin Club, Saturday, December 31, at 2 PM - RSVP to let me know you are attending, we will be all safely socially distanced at our big table downstairs!
Club is free for my subscribers, and includes any extra supplies you might need, plus drinks and snacks! I will also have a few extra spots available for club for $10, even if you are not a subscriber - come see what we're up to - full kit not needed, I'll supply everything you need for the projects! Just bring your own snips and basic adhesive!
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