Sunday, September 30, 2012


Today I have for you another project that I finished while at the coast with my friends.
This chipboard start is a new CTMH product. It comes white, and it has a hole
in the back to hang it on the wall. When I first saw it at Convention, I thought that
it looked a little country, and the new Dakota paper pack was a perfect fit. 

I had trouble printing a template, so I got a piece of printer paper, and traced
one of the points of the star to make a template. Once I got all of the paper marked
and cut out, I sanded the edges to distress them a little, then used my tombow 
adhesive to adhere the paper to the star, using a little liquid glass at the tips.

I then inked the high points of the star with Pacifica Ink, to help blend the tops of the star "arms"
(not sure what else to call them).I decided that I needed something in the valley's of the "arms", so I twisted 
white and chocolate waxy flax to make them look like rope, and glued them down with liquid glass. 
To finish the look, I found a blue button in my stash of retired CTMH stuff, and threaded it with the twisted 
waxy flax and tied it in a bow. I glued that down with liquid glass as well.

I thought it could use a little something else, so I randomly placed bitty sparkles on the "arms" to bling 
it up a little.

Project Supplies:
Z1803 My Creations Star
Z1088 Chocolate Waxy Flax
Z1081 Colonial White Waxy Flax (white  was used but is retired, but colonial white would work as well)
Z1371 Blue Button Assortment
Z679 Liquid glass
X7157B Dakota Paper Pack
Z2192 Pacifica Ink pad

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