1. Ursula @ Home Made by Carmona says:

    THESE ARE GORGEOUS!! Ahh, I love them Julia! And your tree is heart stoppingly beautiful.

    1. Thanks so much Ursula.

  2. Sheryll & Critters. says:

    I am going to try your print outs with some poster type paper that I got from a beer suitcase. I am hoping it will be easier to cut. I love stars myself. And I am hoping to make a tree tooer by roling up a poster board into a small tube. Wish me luck.

    1. Yes I am wishing you lots of luck.

  3. these are so beautiful and i LOVE how they look on the table setting!!!

  4. Oh my goodness all your trees are beautiful! I totally agree, the stars look awesome!

    1. Yes, you do. They are addicting and in the end save a lot of money too πŸ˜‰

  5. Caitlin @ Desert Domicile says:

    So pretty! I was hoping you wouldn’t need a Silhouette to make these though haha Maybe Santa will drop one off at my house this year πŸ˜‰

    1. Well you can make them without too but it just takes longer πŸ˜‰

    1. Haha, yes it can. The perforated lines make it so so easy.

  6. These are STUNNING! I’ll be sharing this on my FB page.

    1. Oh thank you so much Amy.

  7. LOVE the stars, but I couldn’t get the link to work. Would you kindly email the download to me?

    Thank you!

    1. Hmmm, I wonder why and I sure will. Thanks for letting me know.

  8. Jennifer @ Brave New Home says:

    Wow, the power of paper! They look great and so elegant.

    1. Thanks Jennifer. Paper and spray paint I kinda love that combo

    1. Maybe I shouldn’t put them away πŸ˜‰ thanks Gretchen

  9. Your trees look gorgeous!!! I don’t have a silhouette cameo, how can i print out the pattern for hand cutting?

    1. Any star shape would do, maybe I should include a star printable with various sizes to my post too for people like you who don’t have a silhouette. I hope I can get to fixing that this weekend.

      1. If you can that would be awesome! my son’s 2nd birthday is next month and i think these stars would make the perfect decor (and he loves his stars). Thanks for replying!

        1. Ok, I will try my best to get it done over the weekend πŸ™‚

        2. I just updated a link in the post with a printable star shape. Maybe you can test it to see if it works. Merry Christmas

  10. The stars are so pretty! I’m so behind on pretty much everything when it comes to Christmas, I can’t believe its literally days away!!

    1. Oh gosh I hear ya. I’m not behind on Christmas decorating but everything else. Thanks so much!

  11. I love these!! You’re so creative! Thank you for the file!! I need to see if I can figure out a way to use these around here!!

    1. Thanks Amber, I hope downloading the file works for you. One reader told me it didn’t work for her.

  12. I am so behind – your blog hasn’t been updating in my reader.

    Love these stars and I’ll have to try them on the silhouette. What a fun idea. I hand folded stars a few years ago and it wasn’t nearly as simple.

    Everything looks beautiful!

    1. Thanks Kim and don’t worry, I’m behind too.

  13. Genevieve says:

    great post! i love the painted ornaments and dishtowel as well, will try this!

    1. Thanks so much Genevieve, and good luck trying all the projects.

  14. A question because I can’t open the file – what kind is .studio? It doesn’t open on my laptop and I absolutely love these!

    1. So sorry, I missed your comment. .studio is a file you can use with the cutter but you should be able to open it in other programs as well. I have to double check it.

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