Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Stars on Twine

A quick and easy decoration to enhance your 4th of July.  Paper stars strung on twine...A Fourth of July inspired project.


Gather the following supplies:  hole punch, twine, scissors and stars cut out of cardstock.


Punch a hold through the top of the star.


Knot the end of your twine.


Thread it through your star.


Hang and admire.


17 comments:

  1. Cute idea! The best part is you can store away and reuse for Christmas/New Year! Such a simple, but cute patriotic decoration... Love!

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    1. What a great idea. I hadn't even thought of reusing them for Christmas or New year. Thank you!

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  2. Such a simple and beautiful idea. I agree with Heather you could reuse these for many holidays. :)

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  3. oh that's cute, save them for Christmas, a bit of glitter and there's decorations for then as well :)

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  4. So pretty! I'd have to do maple leaves, or beavers or something (not nearly as chic), but I love the idea! :)

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  5. Whoops, in the second sentence you wrote "cut hearts" instead of "stars" out of cardstock. And look at you, so on the ball with the 4th of July craft! I might make red, blue, white jello. We'll see ;). You know how much of a slacker I am after that confession post ;)

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  6. Amy those are so cute! I'd like to do a garland or something for my Fourth of July party. I just think decorations make the 4th seem so much more festive!

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    1. Of course you are having a 4th of July party :)

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  7. I love this - and I love that I won't have to drive to Hobby Lobby to get supplies! I think I'll make a little strand of garland to go in our window. Thanks!

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    1. What a sweet comment. I hope you do end up making a strand of garland!

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  8. Great idea. I think I need some of these in the studio window.

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  9. Ooh 2 of my fave things - Stars and Twine, makes a perfect decoration! You could even cut them out of red and blue card stock too for a even more patriotic feel.

    Hugs, Estelle xx

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  10. I really love how simple this is, but so...Americana, I guess. Love it, perfect for the 4th.

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  11. Amy, you always know how to make the simplest thing be so pretty! I too like the idea that you can use them for Christmas and New Years...but don't listen to Mel...don't put glitter on them. She's a glitter fiend!

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  12. Simple and lovely! These would look pretty in my craft room in all different colors :-).

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  13. Oh! I didn't even see this one before! This is so great. Did I mention I'm obsessed with stars??? Hooray for star crafts :) Thanks for another great tutorial!!!

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