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Many Merry Stars Magic…

It took a couple of weeks before the Many Merry Stars package was opened….but once it was WOW is all I can say.  The stars were a breeze to put together and decorating them was really fun.  Here is what the package looks like before you start working with it…

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Everything you need with all the adhesive already in the places it needs to be.  Pretty slick, right?  So here are a couple of ideas to use the stars you might like other than the ones previously posted…

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Stack them into Christmas trees to decorate your table and use the smaller ones (sitting in the dish) for place markers.  These were glued with hot glue.  And then…

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Make a mantle banner.  This was pretty easy to do…just punched holes through the top and threaded the cord that came with the kit.  This banner could be used in many places.  Then there’s this…

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A three-dimensional door wreath.  The base is a circle of cardboard cut from the kit packaging and covered with burlap ribbon.  Like we did last spring with the flower wreath.  The stars are all hot glued.  Maybe three smaller stars hanging at different levels from the wreath would be cute.  Maybe I’ll do that and see how it looks.  Just a random thought.

In a previous post some of the bigger stars were made into gift toppers instead of using bows and some were the actual gift box!  This is a great set.  They will only be available while supplies last so here’s the product information for you…#138104, $26.95.  You can order online on this blog by clicking the “Shop Now” star to the right and you’ll have them at your door in no time.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Here’s your “B-ism” for today…

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And boy have we had some really cold weather here in the south…brrrr!  Sure hope it warms up for Thanksgiving.

If your fingers are inky…you are HaPpY!

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Comments

  1. Just a quick heads-up, your Many Merry Star Magic post on Nov. 17th is real inspiring but a little difficult to view as the pictures are upside-down. Thanks for sharing.