I collaged the sentiments and added some scattered stars. I cut the "let's celebrate" sentiment so I could stamp each star on its own. Cutting clear stamps is pretty easy. I recommend using an x-acto knife rather than scissors and cutting it stamp side up on a cutting mat. Some stamps are easier than others. I would try a sentiment or anything requiring a straight cut before trying anything curved. What's great about cutting clear stamps is they can always be "put back together" on a stamping block or stamped individually. While cutting a stamp may make it more likely to rip or tear- I have never had this problem (even when my cuts are a little messy). To be safe, you could always take more care with these stamps and be extra gentle when taking them on/off their backing, but I usually do this with all my stamps (cut or intact).
Stamps: CTMH Pinwheel | PTI Stylish Sentiments: Birthday
Ink: SU Island Indigo, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade, Wisteria Wonder | CTMH Honey
Paper: PTI Stamper's Select White
Embellishments: Basic Grey Shine On/Serendipity buttons and brads
Cuts: PTI Movers & Shakers: Spinners dies | CTMH/Cricut Artiste | fussy