Sunday, March 16, 2014

Shabby Tea Room Guest Designer Week 3 - Easter Banner

Thanks for stopping by! I am starting off the week with my project as the March Guest Designing for The Shabby Tea Room Week Three!  



This week's challenge is "Anything Goes". Create any kind of a project you would like. 


With that in mind I decided to make an Easter Banner.


To create the base of my banner I used the Jumbo Banner Day STAX Die-namics. I used a variety of Die-namics to create each panel. You can find the links to the products I used at the bottom of the post.

On the first panel I used the Accent It - Celebrate Die-namics to cut the word "HAPPY", along with the Picket Fence, Mini Royal RoseGrassy Edges, Blissful Butterflies, and Easter Bunny Die-namics.

On the second panel I started to spell out Easter. The letters are cut with High Rise Alphabet Die-namics, and mounted with the Circle STAX Die-namics and the Dizzy Doily Duo Die-namics. I used the Polka Dot Cover-Up Die-namics for the polka dots.


Here I used burlap to add some texture, and the Royal Rose and Layered Leaves Die-namics. On the next panel I used the Spring Flower Stencil for the background and an embellishment from my stash.


On the first panel I used the  Easter Bunny Stamp Set and Die-namics for the the carrots and the Striped Stencil for the background.

Between each panel I hung rhinestones from my stash and the Easter eggs are from Michaels.


And here is the end of the banner. The sun is cut with the Sunshine Die-namics and the Easter Basket is created with the  Easter Bunny Stamp Set and Die-namics. 

Be sure to stop by the The Shabby Tea Room for more inspiration. I hope you get a chance to play along. 

Here are the MFT products I used to create my banner: 

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4 comments :

  1. This is just adorable. I've never made banners before but this one makes me want to try it. Cute, cute.

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  2. Gorgeous Easter banner...WOW!!!

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  3. This turned out sooo cute! :) I really love banners!

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