I thought I'd do a quick post to share the project I taught at Stamping Around Ohio last weekend. The class was at the store at which my BFF, Tammy Hershberger, works and it was so good to see her again! We had an awesome time--I got to see my MFT teammate, Christina Fischer again, as well as my good friend Kirsty. And I got to meet Julie Masse and Kim Schofield, the co-owners of Stamping Around. And Maria of Kitchen Sink Stamps and ALL of the participants!!!! I hope they had as good a time as we teachers did!
My class was sponsored by Flourishes Stamps. I used Strips and Stripes to stamp each pennant header and for the rosettes. And I used Spellbinders' Nested Pennants and Lacey Nested Pennant dies for the pennant bases and MFT's 1/4" Rosette and Stacking Stars Die-namics dies And I actually tea-dyed the gingham ribbon with REAL tea!
These banners are so much fun to make--I already have a Summer one done and plans for many more!
a couple one more kit for this design in my Etsy store if anyone is interested. There will be no more after this one is gone.
Thanks SO much for stopping by!
Stamps: Strips and Stripes (Flourishes)
Paper: Kraft, Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla, Night Of Navy (SU!); Americana collection (K & Co)
Ink: Memento Lady Bug and Danube Blue
Accessories/tools: Vagabond (Tim Holtz); Pennant and Lacey Pennant dies (Spellbinders); 1/4" Rosette and Stacking Stars Die-namics dies (MFT); Cricut; ribbon; hot glue gun and glue sticks; adhesives
Love your adorable banner! Wow, that much talent under one roof must have been amazing for the students. Sounds like you all had fun.ReplyDelete
WOoowwww this is absolutely amazingly breathtaking hun!!! Gorgeous colours and details - I just love it all!! Hugs JanineReplyDelete
What a darling banner - love the colors and oh, so patriotic! This stamp set is so much fun, I like your inspiration and look forward to doing a banner as well. It sounds like you had a great time at your class - I wish I lived in that area - what a fun class to take!ReplyDelete
I adore this! I've been making some Fourth of July stuff myself! : )ReplyDelete
Your banner is GORGEOUS and that class sounds like so much fun! You'll have to bring Tammy to VA and do another Stampin' Round Va - lol! I'd be there in a heartbeat!ReplyDelete
Great banner Bar! Can't wait to see your summer one too!ReplyDelete
I think this was my favorite project & I was so glad to finally learn how to make rosettes that STAY together. It's such a great idea for all occasions.ReplyDelete