Saturday, September 25, 2010

Papertrey Ink Blog Hop!


I learned how to make these stars from the amazing Heidi Van Laar !
She rocks like Phil Collins!
I highly recommend you visit her blog!


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41 comments:

Aimes said...

Oh I ♥ this card - your stars totally ROCK!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Shelly said...

Sooo CUTE!!! Love your stars, I just tried that this afternoon :-)

sugacatz said...

OMG the dimension ont he stars just takes htis card into a new direction. It totally rocks! Lx

Kay said...

Holy crap, I love this! I've never seen this technique before (but I've bookmarked Heidi's tutorial), and as luck would have it, my PTI star dies arrived just a couple of days ago....

Anne said...

Oh!! Those stars are FANTASTIC!!!

Laura Isham said...

oh my gosh those stars are too cute. Love your color choice, too.

Savitri said...

Adorable!!! Love your sweet card!!!

Rhonda said...

Love the stars!!! Can't wait to do this.

Marge said...

Beyond ADORABLE!!!

Krista said...

ok, those stars are one of the coolest things i've seen in awhile! gotta go learn how to make them!

Betty Wright said...

Yes, totally agree that the dimensional stars are fabulous, Deanna! Great colors and design!

Huguenot Girl said...

Love the dimensional stars! They are so cute!

Maureen L. said...

Thats amazing. I have never seen how to do this before! thanks for sharing the inspiration. Love your card!

Rosanne said...

Cute card! Love the stars!

Audrey said...

Oh my, those stars are amazing! Awesome job!! :)

Audrey said...

Oh my, those stars are amazing! Awesome job!! :)

Kalyber said...

wowsers love the stars. great card.

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your card with all the FAB layers and YOUR stars Rock! THX for sharing!

Regan said...

omg i love those stars

Tammy said...

Great card! Thanks for the tutorial link!! I'll have to try that for my next project!

Kara said...

wow, love those starts!

Leah (*BeeCherryLady*) said...

I have ALWAYS wanted to do that with stars but have never tried! That is soooooooo cute and the papers just make it that much better!

Avril Tanner said...

love those stars!

Kelly S. said...

ACK this card is sooooo adorable! LOVE the layout and those cool pastels...and those stars are amazing!

Tracey said...

Girl, THIS CARD rocks like Phil Collins! I love it!

Charlene said...

Waht a wonderful card Dee!!!!

Amy said...

I don't like Phil Collins but I do LOVE your card! And it does rock! Those stars are awesome and I'm going to visit the link to make some!!

Babies- Beth said...

Oh my glory, I've never seen those stars before- your card certainly rocks!!

Jen Carter said...

This is so cute! Love your stars and your paper picks!

Roxanne said...

Those stars are the greatest thing I've seen in a long time! I need to visit your link to make some of my own. LOVE it!!! :)

Nerina said...

What a completely GORGEOUS card! You paper mix is unbelievably beautiful - and the final work is so serene and happy! I have never seen these stars before - thanks for sharing about where we can find them!

Paula Laird said...

Oh snap! This is Fan-Tastic! I am going to check out the tutorial because I MUST make some of these stars! Your card is just gorgeous!

Kristii said...

what a cute card!!! Those stars are awesome!!!!

Taheerah (*LittleMissT*) said...

Oh my gosh, this is amazing!!

peggysue said...

Love these 3-D stars! Looking great!

Heidi Van Laar said...

Aww your so sweet! Not as sweet as this card though! You know I love it!

(-: Heidi

Bev said...

adorable card.. simple elegant design and the colouring with stars is perfect...hope your doing well? hugs Bev

Adele Fowler said...

so cute love the stars!! :)

Sue Ann said...

TOTALLY ADORABLE!! I will have to poke around your blog ........ so far looks very YUMMY!!!!

Angie Tieman said...

Wowza! This is fabulous! Those stars are amazing!

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