Hey there, I have a little tutorial to share today! I am going to show you a very easy way to make 3-dimensional stars.
1. Start by die-cutting or punching out you star shape.
2. Next score the star down the center, from one tip to the "V" between two tips
3. Continue scoring the entire star this way.
4. Pinch the star on the score lines to form peaks and valleys.
5. Ta da! You now have a 3-dimensional star!
To adhere your star to your project, stack pieces of foam adhesive in the center.
The finished result:
The first card I created is a simple congratulations card. I added two dimensional stars, one matted with some yellow paper and topped with a button.
DP: (Quilted Foil [back], Sky Brocade) Lydia Collection by Melody Ross, (Black Floral[back], Blue Floral [back]) Melody Ross Artsy Urban(Petit Floral Glitter) Melody Ross Lydia Collection, All GCD Studios, (Glitter Transparent Shapes & Tags), (Black Button) Melody Ross Artsy Urban by GCD Studios, Paper crimper: Fiskars, Tool: Pazzles Inspiration
For my second card I created a little something for dad.
I used stars in many shades of blue and sprinkled meaningful words in between them.
DP: (Quilted Foil [back], Sky Brocade [front & back]) Lydia Collection by Melody Ross, (Black Floral[back], Book Page, Blue Floral [back]) Melody Ross Artsy Urban, All GCD Studios, (Sticky Note Journal Cards) Melody Ross Artsy Urban by GCD Studios, Tool: Pazzles Inspiration
Yeah, yeah, I know father's day is past, but this could still be a great birthday, or new father card.
I hope you give this technique a try! It is so easy and a great way to add dimension to masculine, or any projects!
Thanks for dropping by!