Tuesday, August 28, 2012

5 Point start with one square piece of paper


 Good day y'all

Wow this is start is a wow one and easy to make. Credit goes to Maria Fennelly. I saw this on stamping connection. What is stampin' connection it's a site for ONLY Stampin'Up! demo so another reason to become demo. Only 4 day to get advantage of the FREE tray if you join the team. Click HERE for all the detail. Maria show us how to make it with a piece of 8-1/2 by 8-1/2 and I will show you that size plus one with a 6x6 square. There are no tracing only folding and one cut and you have this lovely star. The tope start I added some sticky srip with the Glass Glitter the Champagne one. The center I made a rosette and you can view the video on how to make the rosette HERE. (the rosette is a stip of 1/2 inch by 10) I added a 1" circle Champagne Glitter paper, Vintage Faceted Designer Button page 176 and a Pearl in the center.


 These 2 are the 6" square. Soon I find a spare minute I will decorated it. Top one is the Polka Dot Parade and the other two are from the Candlelight Christmas Specialty Paper. I think the bottom one will look very vintage when it's all done. Well my friends this is it for today and for me it''s the first day of the kiddos back at school  so super busy here but don't you worry even if I'm back at work I will have time for my stamping. God and Family are first  then stamping and school work is on the bottom list :) So don't think cause I'm back at work I will not post every day I still gona be here every day so I hope you come every day.
Have a great one and til tomorrow Happy Stampin'


France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

6 comments:

  1. Thanks, love this easy peasy craft... Becky

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  2. Thanks Frenchie, for sharing the measurements for this wonderful star. LOVE IT.
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  3. Fabulous Frenchie. I love all your videos but this one is a real wow! I am off to make one at once! X

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  4. How simple is that?!?!!? Thanks for showing us this!

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  5. Thanks so much for the great instructions. You have a great way of making it very clear. Thanks again.

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  6. Wow! So nice of you to do a video. I would not have believed you could make it from one square. Can't wait to try one.

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