Are you enjoying the Winter Wonderland Blog Hop with Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team and DCWV Design Team...I am!!!
Today I created a "Let It Snow" Banner with lots of photos so it will be easier to recreate if you so desire.
Begin by running banner pieces through the Creative Station.
(If you don't have a Creative Station use your favorite adhesive.)
Cover three pieces of the chipboard.
Place on pattern paper, fussy cut around each piece.
Adhere strips and borders to each banner.
Die cut doily and circles from Cranberry Christmas paper.
Adhere to front of each of the prepared banners.
Add top circles to each banner using pop dots.
Tie banner together with ribbon.
Die cut Romance Flower from Cranberry Christmas pattern paper.
Mist all pieces with water and wad up allowing to dry.
Carefully open each piece and layer together.
Layer together and attach with brad.
Add flowers and gemstones to each of the banners.
Fussy cut ornaments from pattern paper.
Layer two together with pop dots.
Add to front of banners.
Add twine bows.
Glue tags and journal blocks from Cranberry Christmas in between the banners.
Add a prepared flower.
Fussy cut snowflakes from journal block, layer two together with pop dots.
Add to front of banner along with gemstone.
Die cut bird out twice, placing a coordinating wing on top of bird with pop dot.
Add to front of banner.
Fussy cut small poinsettia from Cranberry Christmas journal block.
Add to front of banner along with flowers and tags.
I hope I have inspired you to create some beautiful flowers using Eileen Hull's Romance Flower Die.
They give fast and easy dimension to any project.
Don't forget to check out both Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team and DCWV Design Team all month long for more Winter Wonderland Inspiration.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Ooo! Gorgeous, gorgeous banner! Those papers are so beautiful and I love all of the different elements you added to the banner. Fabulous job!ReplyDelete
So pretty Pam like all of the other fun stuff you make!ReplyDelete
A beautiful banner!ReplyDelete