Sunday, July 10, 2011

“Starform Stickers,” Make Classy Cards!

If you haven’t discovered “Starform Stickers,” you need to run to the nearest scrapbook store. These stickers are wonderful for cards, scrapbooks and stationary. They come in a variety of styles and colors.

After these lovely stickers are peeled away from the backing sheet and placed on your work, they can be colored using paint, crayon or felt tip pens. They do recommend “Glaze” markers to fill in the negative spaces, of the designs, because they offer and embossed look.
So far, I have placed the kimono stickers #1088 on various papers making each card a stylish art composition.

A really nice thing about these kimono stickers I that the detailed design inside the stickers lift to be placed on one card, while the negative design left can be trimmed around to used and glued to a second card. 

So, instead of just two designs you have four in a package. There are so many amazing packages to choose from.

For more information on these great stickers, projects and techniques go to
Watch for future posts documenting my experiences with other designs and styles of stickers from “Starform Stickers.”


Lindsay Weirich said...

very pretty, they remind me of peeloffs! I have a stamp very sililar to that kimono...I bet i can get the look by embossing and coloring!

Carla's Cards said...

Hi Lindsay, thanks. I got one of those stamps yesterday and can't wait to try it!

Anonymous said...

Wow! This is an amazing project and product. Thanks so much for sharing.

Carla's Cards said...

Thank you so much for your comments, these are so fun to play with!

Alex said...

Wow! This is beautiful!

Carla's Cards said...

Thanks Alex, I love working with this stuff!

Sandy Ang said...

So unique your kimono card !

Carla's Cards said...

Hey Lori, Thanks for your comment!

Her Craftiness (Lynne) said...

This is AMAZING!!! I love the card and will most definitely have to find those stamps to play! Thanks for sharing!
New follower

Carla's Cards said...

Hi Lynne,
Welcome to my art world! Thanks for following and your comments!