I then cut each piece using my paper trimmer in the same place across the star which was at the 3 3/4 inch mark on the trimmer. After cutting all the layers, I begin glueing them together in rainbow order. I started with the bottom pieces and using the indention from the star die, I lined up each piece on top to the indention from the star and glued it down. I did the same with the top pieces. I then cut the next size down star die out of all the same colors. I then glued all the stars together in same color order.
I then glued the stacked star layers on the top and bottom of an A2 top folding card base made from thick whisper white cardstock. I used my scissors to cut off the excess that was hanging off each end. I should have paid more attention to where I lined the top of the star up to the top of the card. After I glued it down to the card front and cut the excess off, I realized I glued it down too far up which resulted in me cutting the top of the star off. However I wasn't going to start over so I just went with it.
To finish the card, I glued the stacked star in the center of the layers and added some sparkle from my Spectrum Noir clear sparkle. I then heat embossed in white embossing powder the sentiment from Me=Grateful stamp set.
I did film the process for making this card and am working on editing the video. I will have the video up soon on my YouTube channel so stayed tuned for that. If you are not a subscriber to my channel, head on over and subscribe HERE. Be sure to also subscribe to Jennifer McGuire as I mentioned earlier in my blog post.