Wednesday, November 13, 2019

So Much Fun with So Many Stars

Hi everyone! Today I sat down with the So Many Stars bundle and I have to say that it was hard to know when to quit! I just kept on making project after project. 

The dies are FANTASTIC! I love the stitching detail, and the added accents that are in this die collection. This is a die collection that is going to get year round use.

I made a video to give an overview of a bunch of projects that you can make. In the video I point how how all the dies work and what they can do. Watch that video here:

I decided to make separate videos for the cards because I made so many and I didn't want to make the video too long and I made so many cards!
Here is a look at the cards that are water colored.

Here is a baby card.  I really like how this one turned out.  The base is Shimmery White cardstock and it looks really soft and pretty in person.

 This one uses the negative spaces of the stars, allowing the Mercury Glass acetate to peek through.

Here is a look at the inside.

This card uses some water color paper, colored with Night of Navy ink, Wink of Stella, and Silvery Shimmer Delicata ink to make a pretty shimmery star for the main focal point.  The background is made with a splatter stamp from the So Many Stars set.

Here is a how to video to make these cards featuring water color techniques.

 I hope that you will check out this stamp and die bundle. I know you will get a lot of use out of this set.  Be sure to check back in the coming days to see a couple more projects that I made with this bundle, including a 3D star ornament.

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