This is the banner that I made for my grandbaby Elizabeth's nursery. She is due in September and my daughter, Amber, is getting the nursery all ready with pretty pinks and yellows. I wanted this to be all pink and girlie and I think that it turned out exactly how I pictured it in my head. I used pink tulle as the ribbon part of the banner and love how soft and pretty is looks. Each letter is a chipboard cut shape using the Top Note die cut in the Big Shot machine. I covered each piece in decorative scrapbook paper, alternating between pink checkered and flowered papers. The letters are puffy stickers mounted on chipboard frames painted pink and then I backed with another chipboard piece painted yellow. I Mod Podged everything. I added a cute flower grommet in each corner and strung each one onto the pink tulle. I placed a pretty little pink flower with bling brad on every other letter. This banner measures about 3 feet long. I am only showing you the "E" and the "L" to show you what papers I used (so as to not overload you with pictures!!). I also made an "E" plaque that matches and I'll share that in a later post.
We had her baby shower yesterday and she received so many nice things, including a whole lotta clothes that are just absolutely adorable. I don't think that Elizabeth will be wearing the same outfit twice until she is at least 6 months old! '
Well, that's all from me today. Until next time......
Hugs and Happy Stampin'!