First off congratulations to Julie E! You are the winner of the Scraptown Lady gift certificate from our blog hop! Please email me at email@example.com to claim your prize!
Now on to the Ten Things for today! Today we zoned in on stars...and once again our designers hit this one out of the park!
Practical Scrapper Christine added stars to her quilted card to give it an Americana feel.
Jessica Arrant used two types of origami stars to create a focal point on this layout about her son's current favorite song.
Practical Scrapper Lisa M stitched her stars and then colored them in with watercolor pencils and added water.
Practical Scrapper Wendy built origami "fireworks" with Cricut diecut stars and twist tie streamers dancing in the background topped with quilled Mickeys for this Disney inspired photo display frame. Check out lots of close up pictures of this kit on her blog!
Practical Scrapper Charity used eyelets and twine to add stars to her layout as well as a sketch from Sketchabilities.
Practical Scrapper Christine folded diamonds in half to create a fun geometric star as the focus of this card.
Practical Scrapper Stephanie used stars to make this card shine!
Practical Scrapper Jennifer Campbell used a star stamp set and matching star punch to create this card!
Practical Scrapper Leslii used 1 inch stars to fill the 11 inch star on her wall hanging.
Practical Scrapper Brenda Ragsdale used the negative space from stars she cut using the Cricut, to layer under her photo and embellish the her page. She also added brads to the center of the stars in the patterned paper.
Practical Scrapper Deborah Johnson used wood veneer stars to create a banner on this everyday occasion card.
Have you got stars? We wanna see them twinkle and shine! Load your star projects to the Facebook page!!!