Jumping on the paper-pieced-chevron bandwagon with this one, but all the fabric-inspired patterns in the papers just made me want to quilt them together.
Here's another layout I created using black cardstock with Color Shine mist in Gold Lame' to add a little sparkle.
Lots of layers on this banner, plus a bow I tied out of fabric scraps on each end.
I think this one's my favorite. There are two pieces of 6x6 black chipboard in the kit and I used mine to create a hanging frame. I cut strips from the different metallic papers and lined them up to cover the front of the frame, then I brushed Tattered Angels Stained Glass over the top to give it that pretty pink color.
Finished off with a few embellishments and a stamped sentiment from the stamp set in the kit.
Speaking of the stamps, here's a card I created using another one of the stamps:
Loved this yarn because it reminded me of the yarn ribbons girls used to wear in their hair when I was little. Easy to tie into a pretty bow.
And finally, there was a 6x12 canvas in the kit. I'll admit it. Canvas kind of intimidates me. I don't pretend to be a painter. I know my limitations. So here's what I did:
I mod-podged scrapbook paper to the canvas. Then I used chipboard letters to spell out the phrase. Then I painted over the whole thing with pink. Once dry, I peeled off the letters and outlined them in black. I used Stickles to fill in the word "sparkle."
It's not exactly a work of art, but my 7-year-old is begging to display it in her room -- which I think is a perfect spot for it!
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