Here's another version of the LOVE banner I made.
When I saw Janet's post, I wasn't sure which size scallop square she'd used, so I cut one from the 4x4" die (retired) and another from the Two Scallops Bigz die.
After making the one I showed here, I decided to finish the 4x4 one.
I also used the Tea for Two DSP this time around - after all, LOVE isn't just for Valentine's Day!
You can also see last year's banner hanging below the LOVE banner - I cut a lot of hearts out of First Edition DSP for that one and decorated...
But back to the 2013 version!
Here are the individual pieces:
|I used the doily Sizzlet for the silver glimmer scallop. But punching out all those little pieces wasa lot of work! I probably wouldn't do it again unless I had a LOT of patience!|
|I used the Silver Glimmer paper and the heart punch for this one. Also used a pink marker to color the 5/8" flower trim piece - LOVE those flowers!|
|That doily again - only about 1/2 is punched out - I gave up!|
|Same scallop made from Silver glimmer paper - notice NONE of the holes are punched out?|
This version was too large to hang down, so I punched holes in all the pieces at once, using my Crop-a-dile and then threaded it on to Cherry Cobbler seam binding.
I think I like this one better - what do you think?
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