Close To My Heart introduced fabric to match two of our paper packets, For this star, I used the For Always Textiles. Yep...it's all fabric! Let me tell you how I did this.
I started with the My Creations Star. I traced the template for the star on the wrong side of the fabric and then cut them out. Once I had all five arms cut out, I adhered them to the star with Liquid Glass. Fine lines of Liquid Glass works great for fabric. While it was drying for a bit, I sewed (yes, I hear the shocking gasps from all of you!) a fabric yo-yo I didn't really know what I was doing, but I went to Pinterest and just followed a simple tutorial. Really, it was so easy that I don't know why I don't do that more often! Once I was done with that, I trimmed up the edges of star's arms so that there was no fabric overhang. Now you know that fabric can fray, so I put an extremely thin line of Liquid Glass on the edges to stop the fray. (What would we do without Liquid Glass?) I attached the yoyo to the star (can you guess what I used - yep...Liquid Glass!) I grabbed a slate glitter accent and thread a little tulle through the middle and added that to the middle of the yo-yo. I finished it off with a tulle bow.
You could easily add color to this with a colored trinket pin. I chose to add sparkle with flourishes on two of the arms. If you click on the photo, you can open it up larger. I LOVED working with the fabric. I thought of a few other things I could do with it, so you may see those in the near future! I do want to show you a video from Close To My Heart to give you some more ideas with what to do with fabric.