The stars can be used as Christmas décor – how about creating a huge star banner? Or individual Christmas tree decorations? You can use them to top gifts, use the elements to create cards or decorate scrapbook pages… the list goes on.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Many Merry Stars Simply Created Kit - yes, more Christmas products!
You know how much you LOVE Christmas products? Well we have even more for you now, with the launch of the Autumn/Winter supplement. It’s a small-ish publication, featuring new Project Life products, new stamp sets and some great new kits.
The one that’s causing the biggest stir is this, the Many Merry Stars Simply Created Kit. Mine hasn’t arrived yet so I’ll show you some official pix and videos to whet your appetite.
Now I must warn you that this kit is not only causing a stir, but is only available while supplies last so, if you fancy getting your hands on one, I personally wouldn’t delay. You can order yours today from my online store, simply by clicking here.
The kit contains everything you need to make and embellish 26 3D stars, of various sizes, from 5.1cm (2”) right up to a whopping 38.1cm (15”). There are bows, tags, banners, wooden snowflakes, sequins and Baker’s Twine to add some festive bling to your stars.
As you’ll see in the second video, you can also cut a flap in the stars so that you can use them as cute gift holders, without having to destroy the star to get the treats out.
Enough waffling, take a look… the first video shows you how to assemble the stars. The second shows you some ideas for using them, and some really cool tips!
The small print
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