Holiday celebrations usually center around some kind of treat - make yours stand out with custom DIY 3D treat toppers! With this simple tutorial, you’ll learn how to use just four elements to create a fun and fancy addition to your favorite holiday sweets.
3D Star Cake Topper
- Ideal for creating windows or cleanly punched-out designs that can be used as embellishments on homemade cards, scrapbook pages, collages and much more
- Based on crafter-chosen designs
- Great for creating layered embellishments with multiple designs
- Easy-to-use, lever-driven operation
- Built-in confetti catcher provides no-mess punching
- Durable, compact design is perfect for taking to crops
- Size: 2"
- For use with 65-lb. cardstock or lower
- Lifetime warranty
- Star Lever Punch (XL, 2")
- Ideal for creasing and folding paper for handmade cards, scrapbook pages, origami, bookbinding and more
- Wide end makes it easy to burnish rub-ons and crease thicker craft materials like chipboard, matte board, cork and leather
- Pointed tip makes it easy to score paper, cut clay and get into hard-to-reach corners
- Durable design fits comfortably in your hand and offers lasting quality
- Length: 5"
- Full lifetime warranty
- Bone Folder Tool (5")
Add crafter-chosen designs to your next project with the push of a lever!
Metallic gold paper
Step 1: Select your treat topper paper and punch your shapes. With your gold paper in hand (we spray painted plain white cardstock to achieve the color we wanted), punch out your star shapes with the
Fiskars® Star Lever Punch. You’ll want this specific star shape for this project because of the 2” size, plus the lever handle makes it super easy to use, especially if you are creating a number of these toppers.
Step 2: Fold your star. Fold each end of the star, matching end to end. The
Fiskars® Bone Folder will come in handy if you’re making several of these for individual treats or creating a large centerpiece on one dessert.
Step 3: Adhere your star. Dab a bit of hot glue on the back of your stars to secure onto the skewers and top each treat to wow your party guests!
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