Monday, December 8, 2014

Many Merry Stars and a Holiday Home Combo

 Today's projects are a combination of inspiration from Krista Driessen and Teneale Williams.  I absolutely love the Santa and reindeer going across the star!

Isn't this a cute little ensemble?

Cardstock:  Crumb Cake, Under The Tree Specialty Designer Series Paper, Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper
Stamp Set: Many Merry Stars, Holiday Home
Accessories:  Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlit, Stars Collection Framelits, Pearls, Linen Thread
Tis the season for making multiples of so many things.  Looks like I've been doing that a lot lately!
Don't forget to click on over to the Year-End Closeouts Sale HERE and make sure you aren't missing any of your favorites.  Some items up to 80% off!
 My December Gift For You!
 December's special gift with an order of $50 or more to my online store is an Amazing Birthday kit! Everything is cut and ready to assemble with full instructions and all you need is the Amazing Birthday stamp set and adhesive.

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View the Stampin' Up! 2014-15 Catalog online and when you are ready, please order HERE. 
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  1. So, so cute! I didn't notice the pearls on the boxes until I enlarged the photo; just darling! TFS!

  2. How did you make the white dots around the star? They are so perfectly placed. Love the card and the box. So cute

    1. Jill, the dots around the star are done with the paper piercing templates called Eclectic from page 218 of the Annual Catalog. Instead of using a paper piercer you can use the white gel pen from page 211 of the Annual Catalog!

  3. What framelit set did you use for the "tis the season" banner?

  4. Lois, I used 2 oval framelits to create the arch, then trimmed them.
    Jill, the star is white craft pad with the star image from that set.

  5. Love the Santa on the star! Wonderful projects!