It came out of a conversation between her and her sister about vacation - spending time running on a nice sandy beach...somehow turned into running in a half marathon in the desert sand! NOTE TO SELF: never discuss vacation plans with Beth's sister!!!! LOL!!!
|Good Luck Beth Banner by Margie Higuchi|
Supplies - Cardstock: WorldWin Papers; Patterned Papers, Cloth Pins, Cord, Canvas and Chalkstock: Canvas Corp.; Dies: Spellbinders Paper Arts (S5-029 Nested Lacey Pennants); Punches: Spellbinders Presto Punch Machine and Punch Templates(P3-006 Stars Punch Template; P3-003 Rectangles Punch Template, P3-009 Labels B Punch Template; P3-007 Flowers Punch Template and PT-F03 Noble Roman Punch Template); Adhesives: ScraPerfect and SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L (Black Foam Squares)
There was a huge stash of Canvas Corp. products so you'll recognize some of the items such as the canvas, patterned kraft papers and Chalkstock. I used the S5-029 Nested Lacey Pennants to mat the canvas triangles. Not only will it make it stronger but looks pretty to frame. Then I punched/embossed shapes as background to the words "good luck beth" which were also punched/embossed with the PT-F03 Noble Roman punch templates.
Next I punched/embossed stars and flowers to embellish the banner just to add a bit of accent and secured with wet adhesive and foam tape.
Pin up the embellished pennants with mini clothes pins on to the cord - it's ready to display!
So here's to you, Beth! Good luck today!!
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