Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun banner that I created using Graphic 45 St. Nicholas collection. I used a combination of the 12×12 and 6×6 papers to create my banner. I used the fun ATC alpha tags from Graphic 45 as well to spell out the word NOEL.
I wanted the banner to hold some little envelopes and other bits so I used a fun treat sleeve die from My Creative Time. I only had kraft ATC Alpha tags so I used my Copic wide marker and colored the tags black. I backed them with some gold glitter cardstock so the letters would be nice and sparkly!
I used some beautiful Prima flowers and leaves to decorate the front and tuck inside the sleeves. I die cut some doilies using my favorite go to doily dies from My Creative Time to layer behind the tags.
I used a fun little Prima postcard stamp and added a few little postcards as well. The fun little envelopes were die cut from an envelope die by My Favorite Things called You’ve Got Mail.
That’s my festive sparkly little Christmas banner. I hope you like it! Have a great day!
Hello everyone! Happy Friday! Today is the day for another challenge at PDE Linky Party. The challenge this time is “Anything but a Card”. I decided to create a fun FALL banner using a leaf chipboard mini album that I had in my stash. Here’s my banner.
I painted the leaves with a bunch of different paints from my stash. I did use the Tim Holtz copper paint and lots of distress ink. I used a wide black Copic marker to go around the edges of the leaves. I die cut several circles and doilies using the Graphic 45 Safari Adventure 6×6 patterns and solids.
I used some Lawn Fawn leaf dies and the Stampin Up Acorn Builder punch as well. I cut out the letters on my Cricut Explore Air using the papers from Graphic 45 Safari Adventure 6×6 patterns and solids. I used some gold thread to attach the leaves together and tied some bows with some May Arts jute string.
Here are photos of each letter.
That’s my banner! I hope you will join the fun and link up your project at PDE Linky Party. Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun banner I created. I used some packaging from G45 Staples. I used the black ones. Yes, I save all of my packaging from G45 that is in the shape of their tags. I used some leftover 6×6 papers from the Steampunk Spells patterns and solids. I also used the alpha tags from Graphic 45 to spell out the word SPOOKY. Here’s my banner.
It’s simple but I like how it turned out. Everything is from my stash. I had some leftover spider web doilies from Stampin Up and thought they worked well with this project. Here are a few closeups.
There you have it! That’s my banner that I created using Graphic 45 recycled tag packaging, alpha tags, and Steampunk spells 6×6 patterns and solids papers. Have a great week!
Hello everyone and welcome to day 2 of the Graphic 45 and Petaloo Blog Hop.
For my project I created a really fun Halloween banner. I used the Graphic 45 Eerie Tale paper collection along with some gorgeous Petaloo flowers. The colors of the Petaloo flowers matched the paper collection perfectly.
For the base of my banner I used the black ATC staples tags from Graphic 45. I spelled the word spooky using some alpha stickers from the Eerie Tale paper collection. I added several of the flowers to each of the tags.
I had a some leftover papers so I created a few treat bags to go along with my Spooky Banner.
That’s my project! Make sure you stop by the Graphic 45 blog and the Petaloo blog every day this week for some great Halloween inspiration. Make sure you leave a comment on their blogs to be eligible for some awesome prizes!.
Hi everyone! I just wanted share a banner I created for my sister who is hosting a Shop Hop retreat. (click image to expand)
I created this banner using the fabulous Graphic 45 Botanical tea 12×12 papers as well as some of the chipboard elements and the 6×6 paper pad.
I added some gorgeous crocheted doilies from my stash that I got from Julie the Paper Bag Lady. I love these doilies!
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the word welcome and all of the letters to spell Shop Hop. I also used a background svg file from Miss Kate Cuttables for the scalloped circles behind the letters.
It cut my banner shape from medium weight chipboard and covered them with the design papers. I then attached the banner pieces to some extra wide burlap trim. I tied small jute bows in between the banner pieces.
That’s my project. I’m off to the retreat at SimpLee Memories to do a couple of fun make-n-takes for the ladies.
Have a fabulous weekend!