Christmas Stars


I learned how to make the Christmas Stars at our Stampin' Up! Convention last week and I could not wait to get home to make one ... or five!

What's really cool about them is that all you need are two pieces of Designer Series Paper that measure 6 x 6 ... that means you can make two of out each piece of paper .. or you can make 24 of them using a Designer Series Paper Stack (holiday version coming soon!).

The Merry Moments DSP is available now and the Season of Cheer DSP will be available in September.


Here's a video on how to make the Christmas Stars ....CLICK HERE to watch the video on my Chic n Scratch website.

Click here to download the Project Supply Sheet

Stampin' Up! supplies:

  • Paper:  Merry Moments DSP 138450, Season of Cheer DSP 139590
  • Accessories:  Glue Dots 103683, Paper Piercer 126189, Liquid Glue 110755, Bone Folder 102300, Ruler, Pencil



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Date: 11:45 AM | Permalink | Comments (98)


  1. Diane Miller

    I can’t open the instructions. It doesn’t recognize a program to open it with. I tried Adobe Reader but that doesn’t work.

  2. peggy bell

    I love these they are beautiful thank you for sharing

  3. Shirley Jacobs

    I love this. So will you be doing live videos?

    • Angie

      Yes, I’ll continue to do my live videos … nothing is changing on Chic n Scratch (just Chic n Clique).

  4. Lesa

    Cute stars. If you put the starsfav ing the same directions will that work? So that you have the flat part to put against a package.

    • LM

      I figured something out. I cut the edges of one of the stars and layed it on top of the other star and it sits down in the star. I applied glue to the edges to hold onto the star.

  5. Charlene Carlos

    Beautiful Christmas stars! Need to make them now. Thanks for sharing.

  6. carolyn4723

    Love the stars! Can’t wait to try making them.

  7. Sue D

    Very cool and looks pretty easy to make. Would be great hung up for Christmas.

  8. Teri Feely

    good way to use our holiday papers!

  9. Jan LB.

    Love these! I am in charge of table decorations for our church Christmas party and these may be a central element!

  10. Jeanie

    You’re awesome, Angie! Every presentation of these amazing star projects that I’ve seen the last few days has simply been a teaser of what’s to come sometime in the near future — and it’s quite frustrating. You are the very first to actually provide instructions — in a video tutorial, no less — to make them so we can get a jump on our holiday crafting! Love you for that! And if I wasn’t already a demo myself, I’d be your customer! It’s no wonder you’ve achieved so much through SU! — you are top notch and truly put your customers (and blog followers/readers) first. Thank you again for the constant inspiration. You rock!

  11. AnitaR

    I’ll have to try this. TFS!

  12. AnitaR

    I’ll have to try these. TFS!

  13. Margie W

    I can’t wait to try these–thanks Angie.

  14. Vicki K

    I cant wait to make several of these stars. They are beautiful. I can see them hanging on my Christmas tree!!! Or in the windows or set out in a bowl just as decorations. Thank you for teaching us how to make these.

  15. Kathy O

    Wow! What a cool idea and it really doesn’t take much in supplies! I am going to make a couple of these up for a package decoration! Very cute!

  16. Paula Rough

    this is great thanks for sharing. This would be a great hostess gift if someone was having you at their house for a holiday party

  17. Sue Speigner

    Hi Angie, these are adorable!! I will be making some of these for myself. I have some older Christmas paper that I can use. Thanks so much for showing us how and giving us a chance to win one!!

  18. Marilyn Caro

    Love your stars!! Will have to try these. Thanks for sharing

  19. fmgardne

    I, too, love these stars, anything stars, for the holiday! Thanks for sharing!

  20. Denise

    Thanks so much for sharing! These are real cute! I am going to be making these!

  21. Mary


  22. Iris Shubert

    Those are so pretty Angie. You make such easy to follow tutorials. Thank you for showing us how to make such a pretty star.!

  23. Vickie Morris

    Love these stars. Will have to make one. Be cute for my daughters classroom.

  24. Lisa Sylvia

    WOW, those are beautiful. Thanks so much for doing a tutorial Angie. I think they would look awesome for other occasions too. Maybe, birthday decorations? Maybe not :) I love them.

  25. Mary Ann Huntington

    Aren’t these just adorable. I can just picture them hanging all over my house during the holidays. Thank you for showing what happens when you don’t go to the edge.

  26. Mary

    Glad you didn’t fast forward. I made one right along with you. What fun and so quick. A great way to use up last year’s DSP! TFS!

  27. Reggie Case

    Awesome!!!!! :) Thank you Angie!!!!!! :) :)

  28. Carol Wilshire

    Love these stars. Would look lovely hanging on fishing line around the house. Thank you so much for sharing.

  29. Tory

    They are so cute. Love it. Thank you for sharing your creative talent with all of us.

  30. PatV

    Love the stars and I am going to make some to hang in my house.

  31. Elaine

    I love stars!! My middle name is Starr!!

  32. addie lapi

    awesome project angie! take care xo

  33. Jeanette Duke

    Angie, these are just the coolest little stars and amazing the way they fold up!

  34. Mary Skow

    Angie, Thank you so much for bringing a bit of Convention to those of us who couldn’t attend. I absolutely love the stars, and appreciate learning new ways to use the 6 x 6 paper stacks!! Blessings, MaryS

  35. Sandi

    Love this project, AWESOME as ever

  36. Paula

    These are really cool!!

  37. Cindy in Florida

    Angie…..great project!!! I love all your 3D ideas…..can’t wait for the holidays!!!

  38. Linda

    Oh My Gosh, Merry Christmas everyone.
    I feel like I want to make hundreds of these. Yikes, I have to order
    More DSP immediately. Thank you, Angie ?

  39. Julie Fiehler

    WOW…I love these!! ⭐️⭐️

  40. Vickie

    Love these stars. I will be making these for sure. thanks for the video.

  41. Barb

    Absolutely love these stars. TFS Your AWESOME !!!!!!

  42. Bette Manning

    Very cute project…have lots of paper to make them!

  43. Sandi B.

    Love these stars! Thanks for sharing. Will have to buy new paper and make some.

  44. Buffy Scott

    OMGoodness!!! These are AWESOME!!! I am like you Angie! I can’t wait to (try) to make some! These are great, I really love these & seems really simple to do. I can’t wait to try. Thank you so much for containing to share all of your wonderful ideas. You are great. Buffy

  45. laura

    thanks for the step by step instructions! can’t wait to get a head start on holiday projects!!!

  46. Denise Heredia

    These are so very cute! I will be making the stars for sure! Thank you for the easy tutorial video! Thank you Angie!

  47. Karrla Whitworth

    ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!! Can’t tell u how much I enjoy your videos… tho I’m faithful in ordering from my long time SU Demo. Thank you for sharing with ALL of us!

  48. Becky Boone

    Love these stars! I just have to try these! The video helps so very much…thank you!

  49. Jackie T.

    LOVE IT! I have to make some. Thanks for sharing.


    Just love the Stars already made one so simply and pretty. Do a bunch and place them on your Christmas Tree Oh how pretty

  51. MaryJo Marshall

    LOVE THESE!! Thank you for the tutorial – my ladies are going to love to make these stars!

  52. Joy Jones

    LOVE LOVE!!!! wouldn’t they also be pretty in the metallic papers?!

  53. Raquel

    These stars are so pretty. Will need to get some Christmas Paper. Thanks Angie.

  54. Deepa M.

    Angie these stars are fabulous!! Thank you so much for sharing a tutorial. I can’t wait to make some of these with the metallic foil papers, they will look so pretty as part of my decor this Christmas. I’m going to try with some scrap paper first to make sure I get it right!

  55. Devoria

    Angie, these are great!. I am going to make lots of these for the holidays. Thank you, as always for sharing your ideas with us!

  56. Wilda, Cogar

    Congratulation on all your achievements at convention, how exciting! Love the stars, thanks for sharing them :-)

  57. Sharon H.

    How sweet and simple. Great directions and video. Thanks for sharing your creations!

  58. These are so cute and look easy to make. Thanks so much for sharing! I so enjoy your videos!

  59. Christine Miner

    Stinkin cute for sure! Surprised you were able to make it so easy. Love it.

  60. Kathy U

    Oh wow these are adorable! I can’t wait to try these. Thank you so much for your videos!


  61. Melanie

    Can’t wait to try these. They’ll look great on the tree or on a wreath. :)

  62. Patti H

    Thank you for the easy to understand tutorial… I may be working with some seniors for easy Christmas craft project and these stars would be perfect!!!

  63. Marilyn Rickard

    Great Ideal!! I love these. Thanks for sharing a video.

  64. Jan E

    It’s NEVER too early to talk about Christmas projects! Love them stars!

  65. Super cute decorations and very easy to do!

  66. Pam

    Thanks for sharing this so quickly after convention. What a great 3d project for any time of year. I also made them with 3 x 3 paper (draw the cut line at 5/8″). Adorable teeny tiny stars! I suppose 12 x 12 would work just as well (draw the cut line at 2 1/2″). Thanks again. Your videos are worth a million!!! :)

  67. LynnRae

    Love it!! Thanks for taking the time to share the instructions!!

  68. Sue

    These are wonderful. I’m going now to make one before I forget how and have to come back to the video. Thanks so much for sharing.

  69. Jennifer lubinsky

    Wow! Great project Angie. Thank you so much for sharing this project. I can’t wait to make them and hang them from my balcony during the holidays.

  70. linda fontanella

    love them . going to try making them now. They will be beautiful made with our glitter paper also.

  71. Mary

    Twinkle twinkle! How totally darling! Thx for sharing!

  72. Belinda

    Oh my gosh going to start making these right now love love love

  73. Nancy G

    I love these stars, so glad you shared (especially with the video), the instructions. I saw them at Convention and wondered if there would be instructions. Thank you so much for the video.

  74. Carolyn S

    Headed upstairs right now to use up some old Xmas paper!

  75. Charlotte

    These are absolutely darling! Can’t wait to try them. I think I’ll use them to hang from the ceiling during my Christmas tea.

  76. Judy Judy

    Love the stars.

  77. Maggie Miller

    These stars are simply beautiful and I cannot believe how easy they are to make! Could you make smaller ones out if 3×3 paper? I know what I will be making this weekend!! Christmas in July!

  78. Mary

    Angie I love these stars. Thanks for the video. I will definitely be making some of these this holiday season.

  79. May

    Oh my gosh! These are awesome! I’ll be making some of these for Christmas for sure.

  80. Belinda

    Love these and they are so fast and easy to make. Thanks for the video.

  81. Connie G

    Love these stars-the Halloween ones are great too! Can’t wait for the 12 weeks of Halloween to start! You always do such amazing things.

  82. Anne

    Love the stars…look so easy, can’t wait to try them. TFS

  83. Sharon Labedz

    Love the stars and I have to say it didn’t look too difficult. Love the videos
    Keep them coming

  84. Nana

    Love your stars Thanks for sharing the video.

  85. Carol Carriveau

    Sooooo much easier to follow and remember watching your video then trying to figure out on my own photos…and when will they be downloaded???!!!! Thank you for sharing this and providing us with your tips and the sponging on any white backside that may be showing. Awesome!!!!

  86. Sharon schmeltz

    Love the stars! Can’t wait to see what else you might have up your sleeve!
    Can you make different sizes?

  87. Vivian

    Super stars! No pun intended …LOL i am going to give it a try.

  88. Pat R

    Congratulations on all you SU accomplishments, you are truly my favorite. I really love the red and the white with green and red. But I have some Bo bunny Christmas paper with blue glitter on it that I must try this on. I love all your videos and maybe some day I will try your live stream. Or better yet meet my hero in person. TY4S, and being so nice in teaching and selling SU. If I EVER decide to sell SU for my own personal use, you WILL be the first person to know about it. Not only for your kindness and talents; but I think you have the patience to work with an old lady like me. Keep smiling, because you always put a smile in my heart.

  89. Janele

    I loved the tutorial on how to make the stars and will definitely be trying it out for my decorations this year. Thank you for sharing.

  90. Ladurro

    These are great and a terrific tutorial too, thank you! I wonder, are they big enough inside to put chocolates? Want to work out a way to make them flip open so I can use them as a box. Time to go play :)

  91. Carol Giamoni Copelan

    What a neat and pretty star!! I have always thought about making these but never did and I seems intimidated by it. You made me believe I can do it by watching your video!! Thank you so much for sharing! I love all the things you share to us and teach!! Thank you I will be making these this week for sure !!

    Stamp away,

  92. Sandi Dailey

    Love these Angie!!! Thank you so much for sharing with the video!!

  93. Sarah McDermott

    Thank you so much for sharing…I got the papersize and first folds right but then I didn’t quite know what to do with it. Knew there must be more and thanks to the great sharing of other demonstrators found my way to your video. Clear and easy to follow instructions. Let the star making begin!

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