Saturday

Regan's Banner

I finally have some pictures of it :)
I took these right before I left--they turned out a bit better than the poor broom. I am feeling guilty about the misrepresentation of his kewlness. I think new pictures are in order when I get home!

So. . .I made this the same way as the Cheer banner in the previous post (see below), except I added some different colors in the scallops along the top.
I also embellished this one, and I hadn't done that before.
I used the pretties kit,

Filigree Brads,


Button Bouquet,

several ribbons including 1 1/4in pink pirouette (for the main ribbon along the top), kiwi vanilla satin, whisper white and pretty in pink taffeta. . .there may be more but I can't remember :)


as well as the flower fusion too pink pirouette felt flowers. . .

*gasp*

That was a mouthfull! This was super fun to make, btw. . .you should definitely try it! Of course I should mention I used the big shot ;) as well as the pennant die, scallop circle #2, and the serif alphabet. . .

Okay, so I am exausted and I need to crash. . .the mingle was a blast, and I will tell you all about it--but not right now. I can barely keep my eyes open!

So sad for those of you who couldn't make it, and I hope you can make it the next time around :)

g'nite



5 comments:

Debbi said...

This would look so adorable hanging in a bedroom! I love the soft colors you chose.

Nicole said...

Wow, Robin! This turned out fantastic! I'm betting your daughter is lovin' it - and you!

Sounds like the mini mingle was fun - wish I could've made it.

Emma F said...

Oh Robin, this is even better than you described! I love your pretty girlie colours and the great scallop circle header ... clever old you! Hugs, Emma x

Jennifer Orbaker said...

Oh, how very pretty!!!! This came out great!

Anonymous said...

Your fabric banners are so amazing! Would you mind sharing how you put them together at the top? Did you stitch the scallops together or what? Are the small scallops at the top the scallops that come with the pennant die? I love this idea and your blog!
Melissa
meleach22@bellsouth.net