Day 19 of 100 in my #100dayproject
SWEET banner featuring WeR Memory Keepers 'Flower Girl' collection, 123 Punch Board, Alphabet Punch Board, and Jillibean Soup Party Playground Fringe Garland, Xyron adhesive and Bazzill cardstock. This was my first attempt at using the Alphabet Punch board and I loved it! I cut all of the letters for this banner from one 12x12 sheet of black cardstock-how cool is that! Ironically, this darling macaron inspired patterned paper is named 'Sweets'! I punched bows from the Macaron paper with the 123 punch board-super simple, easy and quick! Scraps of Love is full of little treasures-like this fringe garland from Jillibean Soup, I LOVE the texture and party feel it adds to my banner-find it in the birthday section of the store (in other colors too!!!)
day 20 of 100 of my #100dayproject journey-Remember last week when I said I had a bunch of bears on bikes pieces left over from my PhotoPlay Paper Father's Day banner-well, here is what I did with them! I am a very thrifty paper artist-I don't like to waste anything cute!
I had cut apart all of the bears on bikes from one sheet of 12x12 paper-I think in the end I had about 37 pieces. I inked the edges of each piece with Ranger Distress ink (Walnut Stain). I brought them all to my sewing machine and stitched them onto a length of vintage seam binding. Taa Daa!!! I will be adding this banner to the Father's Day banner, above the masculine section of Scraps of Love-come on in, all of the loot is available for you to make your own! I'll even help you put yours together!
Day 21 of 100 of my #100dayproject journey-July monthly divider from my ADORNit Documented Faith Art Play Planner. I am in LOVE with this project! I use mine as my place to document my spiritual journey and my get my coloring fix in daily! I have been experimenting with so many different coloring techniques and products and having an absolute blast in doing so! This particular divider was done with Reeves watercolor pencils and a waterbrush-a pretty simple, straight forward coloring endeavor. But isn't it funny, even as I look at the photo of this project as I write this post-I see more and more I can do to it! Be on the lookout for an update!
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