Follow His Star

I am a firm believer of using what you have. For many of us we have craft supplies that would sink a ship, and for the most part we use them.... usually...... sometimes....... I bet you have a stash of crafting goodies that haven't see the light of day in say oh six months, a year, 10 years!I used a few of those past crafting supplies on this card.

Get it out and use it this holiday. What better gift to give then one from the heart handmade by you. I love handmade gifts. It touches my heart that someone would take the time to make me something. I love giving handmade too. It saves me money usually and I always enjoy the process. Especially the prayers said for the special someone while completing the project.

This card is so stinking simple, but beautiful. Not to mention the whole focus of the season. May you keep your focus on the One who we celebrate this holiday.

I used:
Card Stock: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Silver Glitter
Ink: Night of Navy
Stamp: greeting from the past
Punch: Confetti Stars Punch
Die: Stars

Talk about bling - this glitter paper is the bomb-dig-a-Dee!
Silver Glimmer Paper by Stampin' Up!
Silver Glimmer Paper 135314
Price: $4.95
Stunning, no-mess way to add glitter accents—glitter won’t brush off this cover-weight paper! Use with select dies. 2 sheets: ea. 12" x 12".
This Confetti Stars Punch is so great and it makes the best confetti too.
Confetti Stars Punch

Confetti Stars Punch 135861
Price: $21.95
Need a ton of teeny stars? No problem. Need star shapes cut out of a paper? Piece of cake! This punch has you covered whether you're punching card edges or making confetti. Largest star: 1/4".

I used a star punch from the past, but Stampin Up has come out with a new Star Framelit set that is AWESOME. 
Stars Framelits Dies
Stars Framelits Dies 133723
Price: $26.95
Cut your stamped images, create layers and frames! 5 layering dies. Largest image: 4-3/4" diam.

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