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March 28, 2013

Design Team: Caroline Duncan Week 12 Term 5

Spring Banner
Sponsor Challenge Week continues! See what Caroline Duncan create for her home using, Lawn Fawn paper!
Hello Everyone! The Craftwell Challenge this week was to create Spring home d├ęcor using our Lawn Fawn Collection Kits. I decided to make a fun spring banner for my mantel. It is super easy and really quick to cut all the pieces using my eBosser! The Lawn Fawn paper is very high quality and cuts so cleanly! Thank you Lawn Fawn for sponsoring us this month! I have really enjoyed creating with your Collection Kits!
Products Used:
eBosser by Craftwell
Lawn Fawn Daphne’s Closet Collection Kit
Bazzill Lily Pond card stock
Spellbinders Labels 8, Decorative Labels 8, Persian Motifs, and Standard Large Circles dies
Tim Holtz Sizzlets Paper Rosette die (eBosser sandwich combo: D, C, die face up, card stock, A)
EK Success 1” circle punch and ribbon slot punch
Basic Grey Chip Letter
Worn Lipstick Distress Ink
Ranger Archival Magenta Hue ink
Pink organza ribbon

Instructions: Die cut the number of parts for the number of words on your banner. The eBosser will cut 2 shapes at time from heavy weight card stock so it makes your prep time much quicker. All of the DP on this project is the Daphne’s Closet Collection Kit by Lawn Fawn. For my “Spring” banner, and working from the bottom up, the base is cut from Bazzill Lily Pond using Labels 8. The Decorative Labels 8 layer is cut from Lawn Fawn’s Daphne’s Closet Collection Kit and is the “Sundress” DP. Next, cut the Lily Pond cs using the next to the largest Circle Die. Then cut Persian Motif flower from Lawn Fawn’s DP using the reverse of the “mini skirt” DP. Make your rosettes from the Lawn Fawn “go-go boots” DP and the Tim Holtz Paper Rosette Die. Add a 1 inch circle of the Lily Pond cs in the middle of each. Ink chip board letters with a matching color of ink. Punch ribbon slots on each side of the tops of the banners and thread organza ribbon through to hang.
Thank you Caroline!
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