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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Howdy Banner by Jennifer Priest

Good morning!  
We have an exciting project to share with you today from Jennifer Priest!


Jennifer created a "Howdy" banner using chipboard, assorted Tombow Adhesive, and a sampling of Samantha Walker's "Saddle Up" fabric line from Riley Blake.


 Jennifer said "Using fabric allows for softer edges and a richer feel to any project. There’s no way to achieve the soft tattered edges on this banner using paper alone. Using fabric in your crafting opens up a whole new world of patterns and possibilities!".  Just have a look for yourself:


Isn't this such a wonderful and fun banner!?  


Jennifer has put together videos to show the banner process from start to finish:
Part One:  
Part Two:




All you need to create a banner like this are the following supplies:

Tombow Glue Pen
Tombow Glue Stick
6″ x 12″ piece of chipboard or cardboard
Clearsnap’s Fairy Dust Glitter
Craft Knife & Non-Stick Scissors, Westcott
Cardstock, American Crafts & Bazzill
Twine
Buttons
Paper Flowers
Ruler
Glitter Tray
Diecutting Machine


A special thank you to Jennifer Priest for sharing this fabulous project!
To see more of Jennifer's work, visit her blog Hydrangea Hippo!


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6 comments:

  1. This is an amazing banner, love the videos showing how it all goes together!

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  2. So happy you are guest designing! Love our cute banner. Fabulous work!

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  3. This is just fabulous!

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  4. Jennifer, the banner is great! I loved the video showing your techniques! It was very helpful!

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  5. Thank you! It was so fun and easy to make :)

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  6. Super adorable and fabulous. I love how you made this. :)

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