Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Park Lane Starburst Technique

Hi everyone!  Today I'm going to share a super fun  and easy technique that is perfect for using up scraps of Designer Paper!

At my last Stamp & Share with my downline we learned about the Starburst technique and made some cards with it.  Everyone loved it so I decided to share it with my clubs this month too!

Here's a little step-by-step for you:
  • start with 4 or 5 scraps of DSP cut to 1 1/2 x 4
  • cut your rectangles of DSP on the diagonal so that you end up with 2 triangles
  • place your triangles on your cardstock so they look like a starburst or sunburst.
  • embellish and finish your card
And, I did up a quick video for you too so you can see the card come together!

Here's one more example of this technique.  This one uses the Moonlight DSP stack.

This is such a fun technique.  Give it a try and let me know how it turns out for ya!

Until the end of July, DSP is on sale!  For every 3 packs you purchase you get an additional pack FREE!  So, head on over to my online store with the shopping list and place your order today.  Don't forget to use the hostess code CZKJ2ZAD for a chance to win a pack of washi tape!

Shopping List

Stamps:  Chalk Talk
Ink:  Calypso Coral
Cardstock:  Old Olive, Whisper White, Blackberry Bliss
DSP:  Park Lane
Accessories:  Crushed Curry Baker's Twine, Rhinestones, Calypso Coral Seam Binding
Tools:  Big Shot, Chalk Talk Framelits, Stampin' Dimensionals

Have an inspired day!


  1. Love that you put this on your blog! Thanks Lisa!

  2. I found your video on Stampin' Connection and loved it! I am going to teach my Technique Class this wonderful and beautiful star burst! You made it so easy. I wanted to share a card I made with your technique, but I'm not sure how. Do you know?

    1. Thank you Melody! You could take a picture of your card and post it on Stampin' Connection. Or, if you have a blog or pinterest you can share it there...send me the link because I would love to see what you have come up with! :)


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