Today we are making a starburst pattern from scraps of patterned paper, and I can't wait to share with you how to do this.
I have a lot of 3/4″ scraps laying around. I have a lot of these because if you are starting with 6″ x 6″ paper and your card front size is 4″ x 5-1/4″, then you have that 3/4″ strip left over.
And today we are using them up!
I started with some 3/4″ strips that are 6″ long and some that are 4″ long. Take them each in your trimmer and cut them on a diagonal.
Then you pick a point on your white card stock and add your first point, then simply add your pieces next to each other to create this fun look.
Making a Starburst Video
To help you see how easy this comes together, check out this video here.
Now it's your turn to try this card! The paper I used is the host/stampin reward paper, Flowers & More. While I love this paper with this pattern and hope you try it, you can use most any paper to create a starburst.
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Whatcha think of this idea? Are you ready to give it a try? Leave me a comment and let me know. See you in the next project! XOXO, Meg