Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy Independence Day

Hello Stamping Friends,

Happy 4th of July to you. Hope you have enjoying your days with friends and family while cooking out and waiting to see some fireworks. Today at Sisters in Stamping we are sharing projects with a Red, White & Blue theme for the occasion.

 
This is a banner I made for a class in June. I do the banner class monthly so be sure to make time to come to one. They are great decorative accents for each holiday, season or occasion.

 

Of course, there are some close-up's for you so you can see the detail better. The four pieces without a letter were sponged with the stars stencil and the three pieces for each of the letters were sponged with the stripes stencil (that comes with the banner kit).

 
The pinwheels behind each letter came from June's My Paper Pumpkin Kit. You can subscribe to My Paper Pumpkin and get a kit each month delivered right to your door. It includes everything you need to make cards, mini scrapbooks, home d├ęcor, and gift items (each month is different) except scissors. You can subscribe monthly or purchase a 3 month, or 6 month subscription. You can even get a subscription for one month, just to try it out.

 
A few pieces of ribbon were a perfect touch in between each of the banner pieces.

 
This banner was made by one of the ladies in the class. It uses all of the same pieces I used, but she put it together a little differently. I love when class attendees get creative and use the same class pieces but come up with something that looks so different from mine. Great job Nicole. I love it.
 
Don't forget to visit Sisters in Stamping to see some other great red, white, & blue projects.
 
Stamping Supplies Used:
Stamps: None
Ink: Real Red and Night of Navy
Paper: Read Red and Night of Navy Cardstock and Silver Glimmer Paper
Accessories: Big Shot, Star Framelits, Reitred Alphabet Dies, June My Paper Pumpkin Kit, Scrap pieces of ribbon, Hearts & Stars Decorative Masks, Stampin' Sponges, Build a Banner Simply Created Kit, Hot glue, glue gun
 


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