How to Make Really Cute Star Boxes with the Many Merry Stars Kit (with VIDEO!)

Have you heard me talking about this cute Many Merry Stars project kit yet?  I LOVE it! 20141020TH_HolidaySupplement_en-US It is part of the new Holiday Supplement that just launched today.

And before you roll your eyes and say, “another catalog?” let me tell you that it is just a few more cute projects and coordinating elements that are a fun addition to what you’ve already seen in the holiday catalog.  The main items is a new stamp set that goes with the Stars framelits along with this awesome Many Merry Stars kit that I’ll be sharing with you today!  Plus, there are some new project life goodies that are perfect for documenting the holidays or for putting together a December Daily album!  (I’ll be talking more about December Daily in the near future).  And some new ways to see some great card kits.   But FYI – the new items in the Holiday Supplement are while supplies last, so don’t delay too long if you see something you love!

Check out the Holiday Supplement here

 But for today, let me introduce you to the Many Merry Stars boxes!  (And YES! I have a video further down in this post!)

Many Merry Stars Project Kit

So stinkin’ cute, right?!  Here is everything you get in the kit… it was actually pretty hard for me to get a picture of all of it. Smile

In the kit you get the supplies to make 26 3D Stars including:

  • Front and back of 26 different stars made out of Kraft cardstock & gold glimmer paper
  • the side pieces to hold the front and back together – WITH adhesive already on!
  • 2 sheets of die cut printed stars, banners, and bow pieces for embellishment
  • 2 sheets of white die cut banners and tags
  • 1 sheet of cherry cobbler stickers (words & stars)
  • Gold baker’s twine
  • Silver sequins
  • 20 wood snowflake elements
  • Gold Glimmer paper works and star decorations
  • Tips and instruction sheet

So, for example, on the big star you can see I used some of the sticker words, some gold glimmer accents, the silver sequins, awesome wood snowflakes, and some of the gold baker’s twine.

For most of the pieces, I used the Tombow liquid glue but in some cases I pulled out my glue dots (for the sequins) and my Stampin’ Dimensionals (for the ampersand).

You can make big stars or smaller stars….

And they are super easy to make too!

Check out the video below to see how easy it is to make these stars.  I walk through making this cute red star (above) from start to finish!

(If you are reading this in email, click here to see the video on my blog)

I’ll be sharing more project ideas with this kit over the next few weeks and will be holding a class in November for you local folks!  So, keep an eye out for those!  And if you have any questions or would like to know more, just let me know!

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