If not here is a link to the tutorial on you tube.
You will want to use this video to help you along with the process of putting these together.
Well I really got to thinking that this could be done using the Cricut, so I just had to try!
First let me give you a list of supplies that you will need to make this.
Machines I used:
Sizzix Big Shotz
Martha Stewart Scoring Board
1 Sheet Double sided Patterned Card stock ( I used the paper from SEI Alpine Frost Collection)
4"x12" Piece of Coordinating Card stock or Patterned Card stock for rosette.
Bakers Twine in coordinating Color
20" of a 3-4" Wide Tulle ( I found mine at a dollar store!)
2 Buttons and Small Rhinestones
For your pieces you will need to find 2 different oblong shapes to cut on your Cricut.
Art Philosophy Ornament 2 (Page 47 in the book)
Christmas/Noel Solutions Ornament 1 Cut in the black out option.
2-3" Circle I used the Art Philosophy Snowflake 2 (Page 27 in the book)
With the Paper Saver Option on
Using your double sides patterned card stock cut 15 of ornament 2 from Art Philosophy at 2".
Without removing your paper cut 15 of ornament 1 at 3" from the Christmas/Noel Solutions.
Again Without removing your paper, Cut a 2" Snowflake from the Art Philosophy; then cut a second snowflake at 1-1/4 inch.
Step 2. Score along center of each ornament shape.
Next Cut your Tulle into 5- 4" pieces.
I forgot to take a picture, but I adhered the smaller snowflake on the back in the center of the larger snowflake using pop dots and adhered a button and rhinestone to the center of it.
So there you have it. That gorgeous star adapted for the Cricut!
I hope you have fun making these. I just couldn't help but to do a whole bunch!