Star of Light Christmas Card

Taught a stamp class at the Woodford County Library today and this is one of the cards we made.  It highlights the Star of Light stamp set and coordinating Starlight Framelits.  I'm really digging this color palette with this stamp set.  There are tons of really pretty cards being made with this stamp set.  Check out my pinterest board for more ideas.  Check out the Daisy Thank you card we made as well.

Here is my color palette!


  1. Pre-cut cardstock
    1. Dapper Denim
      1. 8.5″ x 5.5″ scored at 4.25″
      2. scrap paper at least 3.5″ x 3.5″ (to be used for the cut out star)
    2. Whisper White
      1. 5.25″ x 4.0″ (inside card)
      2. 5.0″ x 3.75″ (card front)
    3. Pool Party
      1. 5.25″ x 4.0″ (mat card front)
  2. Stamp Images
    1. Stamp Dapper Denim cardstock with large star in Craft White (set aside to let dry… craft paint takes a little longer to dry)
    2. Card front
      1. Stamp the large swirly star stamp with the Pool Party
      2. Stamp smaller stars with dapper denim
      3. Stamp sentiment with dapper denim
    3. Inside card
      1. Stamp large swirly star stamp with Dapper Denim with part of the stamp off the white card stock to get a cut off look.
      2. Stamp sentiment with dapper denim
  3. Die cut shape
    1. Die cut star framlit around the white star you stamped on Dapper Denim earlier.
  4. Assemble card
    1. Fold cardbase along score line
    2. Adhere the inside whisper white cardstock to inside the card with snail adhesive
    3. Adhere the card front whisper white to the pool party mat.
    4. Adhere the assembled card front to the front of the cardbase.
    5. Place dimentials to the back of the cut out dapper denim star, then remove tape and adhere to white card front.

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Here are the supplies I used in this project!