A Birthday Banner

July 8th, 2018 § 1 comment

 

Colleen from Scrappin Granny here today with a birthday banner.

I started by cutting out a couple different size stars with two shades of yellow cardstock.

The next step is to fold them so they become three dimensional.  I drew lines on this star so you can see where you are going to fold them.  I used my Scorepad and bone folder to make sure I had nice crisp folds.

Here is one that I folded to show you.

You fold all the stars that you need in this way.  Now that you have them folded you need to punch some holes in the corners of each star.

Now you pick our the twine you want to use. I used the Divine Twine in Navy and threaded the twine through the holes.

Once I got this step done I decided I wanted to add the “Happy Birthday” to the banner.  Since I didn’t have the shade of blue I wanted I cut out the letters using my Silhouette Cameo and then inked the letters with Navy Blue Ink.  I used the Avery labels to cut out the letters so all I had to do was add them to the stars, no glue needed.

Now all that is needed is for the day of the birthday party to arrive.  The beauty of this project is you can use stars for all kinds of different events and I hope you have fun making a banner for your special event.

So until next time have fun scrapping.  Follow me @ Scrappin Granny

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