Thursday, May 19, 2011

Father’s Day Banner


This project was featured on
Father


Banner’s can be seen everywhere these days so why not make one to celebrate “Dad” this Father’s Day.

I recently showed you how to create a banner from badge holders and I decided to use them for this project as well.
banner
Instructions:
  • Cut cardstock to the size of your badge holder
  • Ink up your sea sponge with embossing ink and pounce over cardstock pieces
  • Drizzle Chocolate Embossing Powder over cardstock and heat emboss
  • With inked sea sponge, pounce over embossed cardstock
  • Drizzle with French Vanilla embossing powder; heat emboss.
  • Again, with your inked sea sponge, pounce over embossed cardstock
  • Drizzle with EP Max Steel
  • Final time, pounce over embossed cardstock with inked sea sponge
  • Drizzle EP Lite NST Copper; heat emboss.
  • Fold badge holder in half and “dove tail” the bottom; do this for all three.
  • Slip embossed cardstock into badge holder and trim the bottom edge.
  • Cut letters from Sticky Paper using die cut machine; emboss with NST Copper embossing powder.
  • Layer letters onto pre cut cardstock mat letters.; adhere to front of each badge.
OPTIONAL: Line edge of each badge with Sticky Tape and glitter with Chocolate. (I do not recommend that you use embossing powder since the badges are plastic and might possibly melt.)
tie
  • Attach ribbon to center badge and cut ends to resemble a tie.
  • String badges together using twine.
Supplies:
Embossing Powder: Chocolate, NST Copper, French Vanilla (P K Glitz)
E P Max: Steel, Renaissance (P K Glitz)
E P Lite: NST Copper (P K Glitz)
Glitter: Chocolate (P K Glitz)
Sticky Tape: 1/8” (P K Glitz)
Anti Static Brush (P K Glitz)
Twine
Vanilla Cardstock
Embossing Ink
Sticky Paper
Cardstock
Sea Sponge
Badge Holders
Have you got any projects planned for Father’s Day?
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