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Christmas Star Online Class by LOUISE CROSBIE

Created by Louise Crosbie, this video tutorial will show you how to recreate the beautiful Christmas Star pictured.


Once you have purchased the class, the online video link will be emailed to you.

 Supply list

A stencil with little stars or snowflakes. For example:
Spell bound by Tim Holtz
Flurries by Tim Holtz
Falling stars by Tim Holtz
Sparkle by The Dusty Attic
Starry night by The Dusty Attic

White gesso smaller or larger sizes available. Or white impasto paint. 
Liquid acrylic or fluid acrylic paint. I used Prussian blueultramarinedeep turquoiseviolet
Clear or white Glitter
Gel medium (matte or gloss) or a good craft glue

Paint brushes. This is a very useful set by Finnabair (the ones Louise uses almost all of the time).
Kitchen paper roll
Corrugated card
Palette knife

The “cosy Christmas houses” and the silicon “snowflake” moulds.
These are both by Stamperia but the houses mould is now discontinued.  We have a limited amount of resin kits that Louise has cast especially for us, once they are gone she will not be making any more. These can be purchased HERE

Alternatively use MDF, wood, or chipboard shapes such as these Dusty Attic ones by Nuneka Box.

The Snowflakes mould can be purchased here.

MDF or wooden laser cut Star
Louise gets hers from Calico Craft parts, a U.K. based online  shop. She used the 250mm x 250mm MDF. Either a 5 point star or a 6 point star. They both look lovely.