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4th of July Centerpieces

By: Debi Adams for Sizzix

Stars and patriotic ribbons surround a paper candle in this fun centerpiece from Sizzix for the 4th of July. Get the whole family involved in making these fun 4th of July centerpieces.

4th of July Centerpiece


Brand Items

  • 654995 - Sizzix Originals Die - Stars #2
  • 655001 - Sizzix Originals Die - Rectangles
  • 655160 - Sizzix Bigz Die - Star, Nested
  • 655415 - Sizzix Sizzlits Set 12 Dies - Calendar
  • 655777 - Sizzix Bigz Clear Die - Star

Other Supplies

  • Cardstock
  • Patterned Paper
  • Acrylic
  • Binder Rings
  • Brads
  • Buttons
  • Chipboard
  • Distressing Ink
  • Glitter Glue
  • Hole Punch
  • Paint Pens
  • Ribbons
  • Sandpaper
  • Tissue Paper


  1. Die-cut Stars out of acrylic and paper-covered chipboard.
  2. Embellish acrylic with paint pens.
  3. Die-cut rectangle from chipboard.
  4. Use texture plate to emboss white-core colored cardstock and sand to highlight.
  5. Attach to rectangular chipboard.
  6. Punch two holes in rectangle.
  7. Punch holes into star points, matching up to holes in rectangle.
  8. Punch one hole into smaller stars.
  9. Use Textured Impressions folders to emboss paper.
  10. Die-cut stars from paper and distress with distressing ink.
  11. Attach stars and photos to pages.
  12. Die-cut the word “July” from paper and attach to album.
  13. Embellish with sayings, buttons and brads.
  14. Use binder rings to attach stars to rectangular chipboard.
  15. Tie ribbons onto rings.
  16. Hand-cut flame from paper.
  17. Attach to a small strip of acrylic.
  18. Glue acrylic strip to back side of album.
  19. Ruffle tissue paper and adhere to back side of flame.
  20. Embellish flame and ruffle with distressing ink and glitter glue.
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