These are the little tags I did for a baby shower tea party! The hostess is making her own bags of loose tea and will attach these tags to each one as shower favours for all the guests! What a cute idea!
I'm very happy with how this turned out, considering it's the first banner I've ever made! I've had all the tools to make one for awhile, but never had a purpose! This is the banner for a vintage tea party baby shower. The gorgeous Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper, available during Sale-a-bration, is perfect for a tea party!
And it just so happens that the mom-to-be loves the colour coral!! perfect!
So here's a bunch of photos showing the detail I put into it, I made each pennant unique with different papers, embellishments and dies/punches.
Now to finish the tags for the favours....check back tomorrow for those!
I'm working on an order for baby shower decorations right now, and I made this cute card to include in the package for her to give to the mom-to-be. I'm loving anything with Scrabble tiles right now, so had to include them on this card. I bought a bag of vintage tiles from Etsy before Christmas, they sure come in handy for lots of projects. So I'm working on a Baby Shower pennant banner, as well as Thank You gift tags for the favours. I'll show those projects soon!
Stampin' Up! products:
Paper: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Beau Chateau DSP
Stamps: Baby Prints
Ink: Soft Suede, Blushing Bride (Marker)
Tools: Colour Spritzer
Embellies: Basic Pearls (Large and small)
On a personal note, I haven't formally introduced my new baby! Furbaby that is....
She's such a sweetheart, so loving and full of kisses and snuggles!!
We adopted her from the Happy Cat Sanctuary , please go check out their website or Facebook, and help them out! They are over capacity for rescued animals and need foster homes or forever homes for these wonderful animals!!!
While I was home, I helped my Aunt teach the youth kids at our church how to make some fun Valentines Decorations. I saw this idea on Pinterest... super easy and fun for kids! Just cut a bunch of 4-5 inch long strips of paper 1.5" wide, staple the ends together then fold them over to create a heart shape, then staple more pieces and fold over the same. You will end up with a garland of adorable connected hearts!
I made this frame decor for my mom's scrap room this Christmas. I recently gave it to her while on my 3 week trip home. (yes I know I haven't posted for a long time!!! ) I'm flying back to Calgary tomorrow! It's been a great 3 weeks here with my family!
I used the Stampin' Up! Decor Elements 'Create' and applied it to the glass on the frame, then created a background with the Everyday Enchantment DSP for inside the frame.