SVGCuts has the perfect dimensional star in their Spirits of Christmas Past kit. Easy to make -- and all the pieces cut using one 12 x 12 sheet as I've done here.
12 x 12 card stock (I used 1 black and 1 white)
Spirits of Christmas Past - Star file
Spectrum Noir markers (GG4, blender)
Crayola Refill Marker filled with bleach
Craftwell eBrush (SN marker - foam pencil grip- for Crayola marker hack)
electronic die-cutting machine (eclips2 and eCal2 were used for my samples)
Open your cutting software and import the svg elements on the page from the star folder found in the kit. You can resize if you want, but I left them at the size they imported in at. Cut and remove from the mat. I cut one star in white and another in black
Take the small triangles and decorate as desired. I used a chevron stencil and the gray marker on the white star and the marker filled with bleach on the black star elements. Every colored card stock will react a little differently... you never know what color will appear when you use the bleach. Some results in the past have been yellow, orange, and a more golden yellow as was the result in this paper from Paper Studio.
*** you can eBrush the colored paper and then use the blender pen to lift some of the color for a tone on tone look. Almost like using VersaMark ink... (and yes, you can use a VersaMark pen in the eBrush!
Glue and put the star together as shared in SVGCuts' video here. You can fast forward to 16:30 to watch the star segment for all the details on putting these together. It's a breeze once you have all the color added and the triangles glued on.
Thanks for dropping by. Have a wonderful day! Happy Crafting!