Saturday, January 21, 2012

Valentines Banner ("I Love U")


Hi there! Linking this back to the Blog Hop for Valentine's projects at TCP! You can check out the deets here.

Valentine Blog Hop
Not a long post today, but this was a little Valentine's project I'd been wanting to get to for awhile now :). I made a little banner to enhance my Valentine's Decorations yesterday. You might remember the Liberty Banner, and the Lucky Banner that I made last year to hang in this same spot. I did not have a banner die for those 2 projects, so if you don't have a banner die, and would like to make a banner, those are both great posts for that. ;) But you might remember that I recently splurged on the Pennant die, over at TCP, I also used their Heart Trio die on this project. Nothing real "technique-y" about this project, just cut and embellish. LOVE that kinda stuff, don't you? :) Here's some more pics.... 




I used stickers for the letters, but you could always stamp, use die-cuts, or chipboard letters if you're in the market for something similar! I think on all my banners, I've used punched pieces behind the letters to "frame" them. 



I chose the colors: Kraft, Pink, and Red. I thought this would coordinate well with the other decorations I had, and the beige walls/mantel in my home. An interior decorator tip for you: Group like items together that work well in color/style and scale. By creating "vignettes" or displays like this one; you can make your seasonal home decor feel seamless, even if (as in this case) there's not really any other pink or red in the room, since I'm a blues and greens kinda gal! Further questions? Comment here, and I'll get back to ya! Have a stellar day :)

xoxo, Noelle

supply list: dies and Peppermint Divine Twine: The Cat's pajamas; decorative papers: Martha Stewart Crafts; punches: EK Success; border stickers and glass baubles: K&Company; letter stickers: October Afternoon



DUST IT OFF!: If you would like a banner, but don't want to invest in a banner die, please check those previous posts for tips on making fun banners with punches and squares of DP. :) 

7 comments:

Patrice said...

What fun!

Tui Nathan said...

Hi Noelle, love your work!

We would like to offer you an invitation to Guest Design at Our Creative Corner.
Please email me at:
tuinathan@optusnet.com.au
and I will forward to you the details.
Regards
Tui Nathan
Our Creative Corner
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Annette said...

aww look at you all ready for Valentines. That is so fun and very pretty...great banner..

Crafting Rebellion said...

This is adorable! I need to make one for my mantle!
www.craftingrebellion.com

wendy said...

Gorgeous!

Rachel said...

What an awesome valentines display!
Love this...

alma said...

Just so sweet! This banner is just wonderful