Monday, November 3, 2008

Star Bright Kit Ornaments

As promised here are some pictures of the ornaments I made with the Star Bright Ornament Kit in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini catalog. I loved playing with this kit. It went together very quickly.

Here are a few of the stars I did. The stars come diecut and scored so all you have to do is fold and embellish if you'd like. I also plan on adding a couple stars to the front of some gift bags and gift packages. I embellished these all differently. I used lots of Pretties Kit Items, Jingle Bells, and Glitter (green, blue & dazzling diamonds). I found the easiest way to adhere these together was with Dimensionals.


Here are the globe balls that I made with the strips of designer paper. Again, they are embellished, with a Pretties Kit, Glitter, Rub-Ons, etc.

Lastly, here are the balls made with the small circles. Again, the circles are diecut and scored, so they are super simple to put together. I like the balls made with 8 and 20 circles. I will probably make more with 8 because they are faster to put together. I found the best adhesive to put these together was the Tombo Multi Glue. The first picture is a comparison of the two sizes. I also made some with 4 circles, but they are pretty small and insignificant.


This is a great kit for only $19.95. I highly recommend this kit. Get it today HERE

6 comments:

Laura Brown said...

Wow! These are wonderful!

Beedubya said...

WOW! Those stars are fantastic, Jennifer! Your customers are going to love them!

Brandi

Julia said...

Oh wow!!! That blue & red star is awesome. I really like the ball with the snowflake hanging down too.

Carmen said...

WOW you sure gotta a lot from that kit!! They all look great!

Adriana said...

Wow! These ornaments are so beautiful. Definitely worth a workshop to show them off. Thanks for visiting my "in construction" blog!

Carol said...

Jennifer it's really great to see all of these made up (I especially like the balls with the snowflakes hanging from the bottom!) Thanks for taking so many photos - it's really helpful.
Cheers
Carol