You know when you see something for the first time and know you just have to have it?

No … I’m not talking about Chris Hemsworth … …. …. no really I’m not!

When I first looked through the Holiday Catalogue one set that really caught my eye and I knew I had to have was the Star of Light Stamp Set.

Everything about it grabbed me .. from the stars, swirls and accents to the sentiments – it was just perfect.  Well I finally had time to sit down and create with it and this is what I made …


This photo really does not do this card justice.  It’s hard to get a good picture of a white background with soft colours on it.

The star swirl and medium stars are stamped in Soft Sky. The sentiment is done in Sweet Sugarplum and the little stars in Pink Pirouette.

I chose this colour combination from the Fancy Frost Sequins which I’d intended to use on the card but it was a little too much … just a few of the smallest rhinestones was enough and the heart in the centre of the large star is from the metallic enamel shapes.

I’ve painted clear wink of stella onto the Soft Sky star to give it a little extra sparkle and it truly does look lovely.

If you are coming to my Christmas Stamp A Stack today you’ll get to make this sweet card as well as 2 other designs.   It’s not too late – you can contact me up till midday to register and class starts at 1.30pm.

If you cant make today maybe you’d like to book a workshop in October and this could be your make and take – simply contact me to arrange your date and I’ll get a party pack to you as soon as possible.

Thanks for stopping by ..

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One Comment

  1. Beautiful, my eyes also went straight to the same set, I think it is just stunning and your card shows just that.

    Just had to save your blog to my favourites as for some reason I have not been picking your recent work on the SU Blog . Totally weird, so have been doing a catch up, as always all the cards you have created are stunning.

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