If you’ve got something to celebrate (and I hope you do!), Stars and Sparklers may just be your ‘go to’ paper suite.
Thanks for joining in on our Australasian Stars and Sparklers blog hop. This is a circular hop. If you arrived from Shaunna’s blog, Passionate About Pages, you are in the right place. Simply read through this post and click on the link to the next blog at the end of it. Keep reading and ‘hopping’ until you find yourself back where you started from. Each blog will showcase a project featuring the Stars and Sparklers paper suite. I’m sure at the end of this you’re going to see just how versatile it really is.
But first, let me show you what I worked with;
First up, I made a super cute card for a birthday. Although this is very generic, I thought it’d make a great ‘guy card’. It’s always nice to have one of these in your stash right? (Especially me, who lives in an all-guy household. Well, with me as the exception!)
I used a star shaker window foam for the shaker element, which I cut with the co-ordinating Star Shaker Window Thin Cuts. These make making these super easy. I made use of the new co-ordinating stamp set that although is great on its own, also pairs perfectly with the thin cuts and shaker windows.
Once I finished this, I decided I wanted to share some more ideas on how you can ‘extend’ the use of the range.
Mid-winter Christmas anyone?
So, if you’re celebrating a midwinter Christmas, think no further.
I created a table setting using the paper suite. The Christmas cracker uses the beautiful floral in the range, whilst the napkin and utensil holder utilises another star shaker, and the Celebrate paper. Has that got you thinking??!!
If you’d like to copy this idea, the instructions for the napkin holder can be found on this post.
If you haven’t yet got your own Stars and Sparklers products, you can order them HERE. I mean, with this inspiration, and all you’re seeing as you hop around, you can’t resist right?!! 😆
And on the topic of inspiration – there’s more for you to see. Pop on over and see what our very clever Doris at Creative Inspirations has created.