Sunday, April 5, 2015

Handmade Easter Banner

 I want to wish all of you a very Happy Easter!!! I have this Shabby Chic banner to share with you on this blessed day! Be sure to see the video below for a tutorial on how I made this project.
The inspiration for this came when I saw the new Shabby Rose paper collection from Our Daily Bread Designs.  Click on the links below in the materials list to view these items.
When Kelley at ODBD showed us the April release, the entire design team swooned over this paper! I'm sure you will be seeing a lot of projects around the web made with this paper. It's so pretty and I just had to make a spring project with it! The video has all of the details so give it a view and then if you have any questions, just leave them below or in the video comment box. Thanks for stopping by!

Materials List
ODBD Paper Used: Shabby Rose Paper
ODBD Stamps Used: Cross with Vines
ODBD Dies Used: Recipe &Tags Matting CirclesBeautiful Borders
Ink Used:  London Fog, Bashful Blue, Victorian Velvet
Card Stock Used: 110# white
Miscellaneous: Half Back Pearl Bling, Glass Pearl Beads, Pearl Headed Corsage Pins, Mulberry Roses, Pearl and Rose Trim, Aluminum Jewelry Wire, 5/8 White Ribbon, Light weight Chip Board, Chip Board Letters, Dimensional Foam Tape, 1/4 inch white eyelets

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4 comments:

Lagene said...

Wonderful Easter banner! Thanksforthevideo!

Grace said...

Paula this is the prettiest banner I've ever seen! Soooooo much work but so worth every minute of it! I love how you pay attention to the little details! I too love finished backs and your pearl cross that separates the two words is just the perfect touch! Well done my friend!!!
hugs,
Grace

JoAnn said...

Wow, this is gorgeous banner. Love all the details. Thanks for sharing the video tutorial.

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a beautiful Easter Banner Paula and gorgeous use of the dp!! Your details and design are stunning!! Great job on the wonderful tutorial too!!
hugs,
Chris

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