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3-D 5-point Star

There are quite a few crafters who have channels on You Tube that you can subscribe to. So you tube has become one of the websites I visit daily to see if any new videos are uploaded. Over the weekend, I saw a video on how to make 3-D 5 point star made by Stamp with Frenchie – she has some nice ideas and makes nice videos… good explanations…and cutest little accent =) 

As soon as I saw the Star, I wanted to make one for my Xmas tree. So after I got my tree up yesterday, I made the star today…Oh so easy and cute!!

Well Frenchie has Video explaining the whole process of how to make it…. so I am not going ot mess around with that…you can find the video here – 3-D 5 point Star

Here is my take: 

In the video Frenchie uses 8-1/2″ square and 6″ square to make the Stars. Her process is simple and common..size of sqaure does not matter. I started with trying with a 8-1/2″ square…then tried with a 12″ square. But one was really small and the other little too big. So I made my mine with a 10″ square designer paper. CUTE!!!

The rossette is made using 1-1/2″ x 12″ strip, scored at every 1/4″. I added a little button and pearl  to it and glued the rossette to the star. I also used Golden glitter to the edge of the star. 

 
See the 3-D pop up…. pretty kewl 😀 and below is the star on my xmas tree 😀 I added a little ribbon loop to the back which slid down the top of the tree ……Looove it

I recommend trying this out… really doesnt need any fancy tools, nice paper, pencil, ruler and scissors will make a fine star. 

There is nothing like getting crafty during Holiday season 😉

Until next time,


Happy krafting

Cheers =)

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  1. Pretty gorgeous creation. I love this.

    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in
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