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It's Cool to be a Rock Star

Our challenge to our designers today was to create
something fun out of our Rock Star paper that you
could decorate your wall with, house, wear it or
make a card to send to a really rockin friend or 2!!
We think you are going to really love this!!

Rock Star Wall Art by Irit Shalom
I made a collaged altered frame, using 6x6 pad, stickers,
and also CLD trim die, Tim Holtz metals and some mirrors


Rock On Wall Art by Jona Panessa

Supplies:  Rockstar RS012, RS013, rockstar chipboard RS 014
Best Creation gold glitter cardstock
I made a scroll decor and clustered the stickers 
and chipboard of Rockstar for my little rockstar.

"Rock Star Wall Collage" by Karen Thind

Karen created this great decoration for the wall
using bits and pieces from stickers and papers
and then creating 4 different squares out of it!
You could do this on canvas or a big piece of
chipboard to do as a project with your kids for
their rooms for the summer......


"Jam Session" by Kim Holmes

Rock Star door hanger Supply List:
RS006-RS005-RS011-RS012-RS013


"A yummy piece of cake" box by Katarina Damm
Katarina made a cake using a template from splitcoaststampers.com 
and  decorated it with the rockstar paper pad.
These cute little cakes open up so that you could hide
a special gift or candies for someone special.

Rockstar bracelet by Katarina Damm
( the jewels are made by using the 
Epiphany Crafts Jewelry maker tool
and tied on some cording)
"Live, Love, Rock" by Irit Shalom
"Rockin Out" by Sandy Ang
supplies: 6x6 paper pad and stickers, foam dots


"Rockin out on your Birthday" by Alicia Barry

I used black glitter cardstock, and the 6x6 paper pad, 
plus some RS013 letters that I layered. And I used foam dots
to pop up the guitar in the front of the card to make it really stand out.




Thanks for Rockin Out the Day with us !!

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  1. Wow, so many cool ideas! Love the bracelet.

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